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September 25, 2018

An Evening with Stephen In Fulton


FULTON, NY – The prolific work of a true Broadway icon will fill the summer air as Fulton Community Theatre proudly presents “An Evening of Stephen: The Music of Sondheim.”

Musical Director Abel Searor works through the nuances of a Sondheim lyric with singers Beth DeRousie (center) and Kathy Egloff (right) as Fulton Community Theatre prepares to present “An Evening with Stephen: The Music of Sondheim”, the eleventh edition of the theatre’s popular “An Evening on Broadway” cabaret series. The show runs weekends August 10 through 19 on the Jubilee Hall Stage of Holy Trinity Parish in Fulton.

Musical Director Abel Searor works through the nuances of a Sondheim lyric with singers Beth DeRousie (center) and Kathy Egloff (right) as Fulton Community Theatre prepares to present “An Evening with Stephen: The Music of Sondheim”, the eleventh edition of the theatre’s popular “An Evening on Broadway” cabaret series. The show runs weekends August 10 through 19 on the Jubilee Hall Stage of Holy Trinity Parish in Fulton.

The production, the eleventh edition of FCT’s popular “An Evening on Broadway” cabaret series will run weekends, August 10 through 19 at the theatre’s home performance space, Jubilee Hall in Holy Trinity Church, 309 Buffalo St.

Curtain times for the Friday and Saturday performances are at 7:30 p.m.; the Sunday matinees will begin at 2 p.m.

Tickets are $10 for adults and $8 for seniors and students. Reservation may be made by calling 315-598-7840.

The production is under the direction of Kathy DeGolyer, with Abel Searor as musical director and accompanist. The show will feature music from: Into the Woods; Sweeney Todd; West Side Story; Anyone Can Whistle; Company; Follies; Sunday in the Park with George; A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum; Gypsy; A Little Night Music; Merrily We Roll Along; and Dick Tracy.

“An Evening on Broadway” first debuted in the spring of FCT’s 1994 season. It was revived in 1999 under the title “An Evening on Broadway II” as part of the theatre’s tenth-anniversary season.

Since moving to its current home on the Jubilee Hall Stage at Holy Trinity in 2005, the cabaret series has been a season staple. The August production is being dedicated to the memory of member of the original 1994 cast: Fulton’s former Oswego County Legislator John F. “Jack” Walsh who passed away this spring.

FCT’s female ensemble works through the harmonies in “America” from “West Side Story,” just one of the numbers featured in “An Evening with Stephen: The Music of Sondheim”, the eleventh edition of the theatre’s popular “An Evening on Broadway” cabaret series. The show runs weekends August 10 through 19 on the Jubilee Hall Stage of Holy Trinity Parish in Fulton.

FCT’s female ensemble works through the harmonies in “America” from “West Side Story,” just one of the numbers featured in “An Evening with Stephen: The Music of Sondheim”, the eleventh edition of the theatre’s popular “An Evening on Broadway” cabaret series. The show runs weekends August 10 through 19 on the Jubilee Hall Stage of Holy Trinity Parish in Fulton.

“Jack shared his talents with us for our first ‘Evening on Broadway” and then joined us again for our tenth-anniversary revue, so it’s only fitting that we dedicate this evening of music to him,” FCT Artistic Director William Edward White said.

The evening of music will feature the talents of Molly Brown, Joyce Cook, Beth DeRousie, Kathy Egloff, Renee Fenske, Liam Fitzpatrick, Rita Lapage, Marsha Preston, Adam Schmidtman, William Edward White, Donnie Williams and Sabrina Woodward.

For more information contact FCT on its Facebook page, at www.fultoncommunitytheatre.net or via email at [email protected]

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