Thanks for offering to help. I'm sorry I had posted my request to the wrong place on your site.
Below is what I was sent. Any help/direction you could provide would be very much appreciated
P.S. To protect the email address of our recipient, I have changed the email address that the message was originally sent to.
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From: "The Nashoba Players" <info[at]nashobaplayers.org>
Subject: Opening Weekend: The Sisters Rosenweig
Date: Thu, 3 Mar 2005 07:40:47 -0500
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The Sisters Rosenweig by Wendy Wasserstein
Cabaret Seating: March 4, 5, 11, 12, 2005 [at] 8PM
Parish Center for the Arts, Westford
$12/NP & PCA Members, NP Season Subscribers, Children, & Seniors
Ticket purchase options:
Purchase tickets online
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and pay at the door (www.nashobaplayers.org/tickets_form.htm)
Buy your tickets at the door.
Director: Harriet Friedman
Producer: Julie Silton
"Sara" - Cynthia Soumoff of Acton
"Pfenie" - Leslie Wagner of Carlisle
"Gorgeous" - Gail Held of Chelmsford
"Tess" - Kate Hanselman fo Acton
"Mervyn" - Steven Friedman of Waltham
"Geoffrey" - Chuck Hollerman of Carlisle
"Nicholas" - Tim Greenwood of Westford
"Tom" - Kenny Vennard of Fitchburg
Winner of the NY Outer Critics Circle award for Best Broadway Play. The play
is a wonderful family portrait of three loving sisters and their partners
reuniting after a lengthy separation for the oldest sister’s fifty-forth
birthday. Needless to say she isn’t too happy about it. The play leads to a
captivating evening of unexpected romance, suspected parting, recrimination,
reconciliation and above all, newfound love and acceptance.