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September 24, 2018

CNY Arts Center Sets Box Office Hours


FULTON, NY – With opening night only days away, CNY Arts Center has established box office hours to accommodate ticket sales for its first theatre production in its new facility located at the Park Street entrance of State Street Methodist Church at 357 State St.

Richard Mosher (left) as Judas and Nick Pike as Jesus complete a run through of All for the Best, a top hat and cane dance number in the upcoming Godspell.

Richard Mosher (left) as Judas and Nick Pike as Jesus complete a run through of All for the Best, a top hat and cane dance number in the upcoming Godspell.

Open from noon to 6 p.m. Tuesday – Friday and one hour prior to performance on the weekends, the box office will provide a means to purchase event tickets, and also sign up for classes or children’s art camp, take a tour of the facility, register as a vendor, sign up to volunteer or gather information about the organization.

Tickets will be immediately on sale for Godspell.

The popular musical is the debut production on the brand new stage in the organization’s brand new facility.

Opening Aug. 17 with an 8 p.m. performance, the production will continue Aug 18, 24 and 25 at 8 p.m. and Aug. 19 and 26 with 2 p.m. matinees.

Ticket prices range from $10 for seniors and students and $12 for adults, to $34 for a family of four. The non-profit arts group is also extending a pay-what-you-can invitation for the final dress rehearsal where the audience will choose what they would like to pay for their ticket, whether it is as little as 25 cents or more.

With a new stage in a new facility, the Godspell cast rehearses a scene from the pop song Day by Day. For show dates, times and tickets visit www.CNYArtsCenter.com

With a new stage in a new facility, the Godspell cast rehearses a scene from the pop song Day by Day. For show dates, times and tickets visit www.CNYArtsCenter.com

“There is only one first production in our first facility and Godspell is a fitting choice for this occasion. It carries a message of community and personal strength and explores what can happen when people come together as one body,” said director Nancy Fox. “CNY Arts Center’s basic goals are to inspire and motivate positive change in the region. Watching this very thing carried out live onstage is a powerful way to illustrate that change. That’s why we’re making this show widely accessible and sincerely hope everyone will come and celebrate the momentous first opening of our first production in our first facility.”

“With box office hours established, the public will know they can find us at the center during those hours,” Fox continued. “We are creating a stable presence in the community and we can finally begin to build those valuable relationships.”

The Arts Center is located at the Park Street entrance in the State Street Methodist Church at 357 State St.

Tickets and reservations are also available online at www.CNYArtsCenter.com or by calling 315-216-8790 or 598-8812.

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