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‘Death in the OR’ Performance Date Added

OSWEGO, NY – Good news for the Oswego Players!  The 75th Anniversary Celebration Dinner is sold out.

However, due to the enthusiastic response for tickets to Dr. Michael Nupuf’s play, “Death in the OR,” the Players will have a second performance of the show that was adapted from the bestselling book by Dr. John Fountain and Steve Abbott on August 24 at 2 p.m. at The American Foundry.

The audience is encouraged to participate by wearing 1960′s attire.

All proceeds from the performance will be donated to the Oswego hospital nurses’ education fund in memory of Marlene Angelina.

Tickets are $15 each.

For reservations, please call the director, Inez Manor Parker, at 315-342-0639.

Please do not call the theatre.

The machine is not set up to handle these reservations.

Don’t miss the chance to see this work by one of Oswego’s own.

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