April 7, 2014
The Heritage Theatre Festival is back for its 40th anniversary season with a highly decorated slate of shows.
Director Frank Ferrante will bring his one-man show, "An Evening With Groucho," to the Ruth Caplin Theatre from June 17-21.
The season will officially get underway on June 26 in the Culbreth Theatre with the Tony Award-winning musical "Thoroughly Modern Millie".
"Shear Madness," which opens on July 9, invites audience members to become amateur detectives tackling the case of a famous pianist who ends up on the wrong side of a pair of scissors.
"Avenue Q," will open at the Ruth Caplin Theatre on July 22. The puppet-powered musical follows a young college graduate’s colorful first steps into the real world.
Starting July 25, the Culbreth Theatre welcomes the Tony Award-winning comedy "One Man, Two Guvnors".
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