Abilene Community Theatre Kicks Off New Season September 30th With Award Winning Comedy
The Abilene Community Theatre is set to kick off a new season on Friday, September 30th. The first performance of the season is "The Play That Goes Wrong". It's a 2012 award-winning comedy about Cornley Drama Society. Under the direction of ACT veteran Mike Stephens, this promises to be an outstanding performance.
Individual tickets for "The Play That Goes Wrong" can be purchased online and are just $18. Curtain times are at 7:30 pm on Friday and Saturday and at 2:00 pm on Sunday. Be sure and check the Abilene Community Theatre's website or Facebook page for performance schedules.
This season boasts a variety of productions including Steven King's "Misery" in November, "The Boys Next Door" in January, Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" in February and March, "Sherlock's Veiled Secret" in April, and "Puffs" in June.
Season tickets are now available online at only $100 each.
Abilene Community Theatre has been around for a long time, since 1954. It operates as a not-for-profit 501(C)3 and is operated and governed by a board of directors. The Abilene Community Theatre is a volunteer group with no paid staff. They rely solely on volunteers as well as donations and sponsors to keep the art of acting alive in Abilene.
If you would like to volunteer you can read more on their website or email email@example.com. You can also help support the Abilene Community Theatre by becoming a patron member. Each level has its own set of perks.
Season Patron - $100
Supporting Patron - $500
Sustaining Patron - $1,000
Lifetime Patron - $10,000
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