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Possum Point Players Announce Cast And Open Ticket Sales for Spring Musical Curtains

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GEORGETOWN, Del.– Tickets are now on sale for Possum Point Players spring production of the Kander and Ebb award winning musical Curtains.  They are priced at $23 ($22 for seniors and students) and can be purchased on-line at the Possum Point Players website www.possumpointplayers.org or by calling the PPP ticket line at (302) 856-4560.  Performances will take place April 19, 20, 20, 26, 27 and 28.  Shows begin at 8 p.m. on Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m. on Sunday.

Jim Hartzell of Georgetown, Stage Director; Liz Messick of Laurel, Musical Director; and Deni Robinson of Lewes, Choreographer, have chosen a cast of 30 local performers who are a mix of veterans and first timers.

The cast includes:  Kori Lewandowski, Bridgeville; Megan Hudson, Dagsboro; Chris Polo, and Kevin Smith, Dover; Marsha Shull, Frankford; Cat Baker, Rob Baker, Claudius Bowden, Logan Lynch, Don Megee, Hannah Powers, Mike Williams, and Alan Zunun of Georgetown. 

John Zinzi, Harrington; Kelly Hale, Patrice Holden, and Yvette Siegel, Laurel; Ryan Barwick, and Doug Friend, Lewes; Leslie Boslet and Trish Herholdt, Milford; Anne Maloney, and Melissa Schoonfield, Millsboro; Michael McHugh, Milton; Barbara Baltz-Logan Pat Erhardt, Isaac VanCuren, Seaford; Cassia Steck, Selbyville and Gregory Breitkreitz, Viola.

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