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September 25, 2018

A Godspell Reunion at CNY Arts


Kristin Cook reprises her 2007 role in Godspell originally produced at Port City Theatre under the direction of Nancy Fox. Cook returns to stage in the CNY Arts Center debut production of Godspell set to open Aug 17. Also returning to the production is veteran actor Bobby Fontana and Dan Williams now as music director.

Kristin Cook reprises her 2007 role in Godspell originally produced at Port City Theatre under the direction of Nancy Fox. Cook returns to stage in the CNY Arts Center debut production of Godspell set to open Aug 17. Also returning to the production is veteran actor Bobby Fontana and Dan Williams now as music director.

FULTON – Two of Oswego County’s veteran actors, Kristin Cook and Bobby Fontana, return to the stage to recreate their roles in Godspell from a previous 2007 performance under the direction of Nancy Fox when fellow actor Dan Williams portrayed Jesus.

Bobby Fontana, familiar to local audiences and just having completed several productions at Oswego Players back to back, is returning to a favorite role in Godspell, when it opens for CNY Arts Center Aug 17 at 8 p.m. Located in the Arts Center’s new facility at the Park Street entrance to the lower level of State Street UMC, Godspell, will be the debut production of the region’s newest family theatre as part of CNY Arts Center’s programming, serving all arts for all ages.

Bobby Fontana, familiar to local audiences and just having completed several productions at Oswego Players back to back, is returning to a favorite role in Godspell, when it opens for CNY Arts Center Aug 17 at 8 p.m. Located in the Arts Center’s new facility at the Park Street entrance to the lower level of State Street UMC, Godspell, will be the debut production of the region’s newest family theatre as part of CNY Arts Center’s programming, serving all arts for all ages.

Godspell is set to open Aug. 17 with an 8 p.m. performance and continue Aug. 18,19 and 24 – 26 at CNY Arts Center with Fox once again directing the production and Dan Williams now as music director, along with choreographer Amy Price.

The production runs Friday and Saturday of both weekends at 8 p.m. with Sunday matinees at 2 p.m. in CNY Arts Center’s new facility located at the Park Street entrance to the lower level of State Street UMC, 357 State St.

Tickets can be purchased at the CNY Arts Center Box Office Tuesday through Friday from noon to 6 p.m. and one hour before each performance at the Park Street location or online at www.CNYArtsCenter.com or by calling 598-8812.

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