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THE RETURN OF TIDEWATER PLAYERS

SUNDAY AUGUST 6, 2017  at 8:00 p.m. at the HAVRE DE GRACE OPERA HOUSE

After a more than two year absence and much public anticipation, TIDEWATER PLAYERS is pleased to announce that the Havre de Grace Opera House renovation is near completion and set to reopen to the public in August, 2017.  The new Havre de Grace Arts collective has booked varied acts to launch a week of grand opening performances, the centerpiece being  THE BEST OF TIDEWATER PLAYERS–A MUSICAL REVUE on Sunday evening, August 6 at 8:00 p.m.

The evening will feature the return of the Opera House resident favorites in a concert evening featuring the most memorable vocal selections from their many illustrious productions in their three decade history at the theatre. Relive classic moments from audience favorites including Rent, Hairspray, Annie, Spamalot, and our acclaimed regional premiere of Les Miserables, the final production in the previous theatrical space. Spend an hour or two enjoying beloved music performed by the familiar faces who originally performed them.

Tickets for the event are available (this time only) through the Havre de Grace Arts Collective at the link below, for a donation of $5. But get your tickets now, because THE BEST OF TIDEWATER PLAYERS is the fastest selling event of the week’s entertainment with very limited seating remaining. Come celebrate the much anticipated return of Havre de Grace’s premier performing arts organization and catch up with all your old friends at Tidewater. We all look forward to seeing you there.

FOR TICKETS: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-best-of-tidewater-players-a-musical-review-tickets-35800387924

AUDITIONS!

AUDITIONS for Tidewater Players fall musical Disney’s BEAUTY & THE BEAST

will be held

SUNDAY, JULY 30, 1-4 p.m.

MONDAY, JULY 31, 6:30-9 p.m.

at HARFORD COMMUNITY COLLEGE in the DANCE STUDIO of the SUSQUEHANNA CENTER

Please prepare 16 bars of a musical theatre song in the appropriate style of the show and dress to be prepared to dance.

NOTE: Performances will be November 17 – December 3, 2017 at the Havre de Grace Opera House as usual; auditions only are being held off site.

SEE THE LINK AT OUR AUDITIONS TAB FOR MORE INFORMATION.

Tidewater Players – The Community Theatre of Havre de Grace

Tidewater Players is a community theatre group based in the beautiful and historic town of Havre de Grace, Maryland.  After 35 years performing exclusively in the Havre de Grace Opera House on Union Avenue, we are temporarily homeless while that building is being renovated.  During this transition period, you may find our website and performance schedule a little sparse.  But we hope you will check back periodically to see what’s new, and keep in touch with us via Facebook.

We’ve also added a great new feature, our theater blog, written by board member Mark Briner!

Finally, please take a moment to join our mailing list below, to be sure to receive updates on new shows and auditions as they become available.

Thank you for supporting the arts in Havre de Grace and Harford County!

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