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Gear up for our upcoming production of Dancing at Lughnasa with an Irish Step Dancing lesson held right here in our lobby! The Jig Factory Irish Dance School will perform a couple dance numbers and teach all in attendance a series of traditional dance steps. Afterward we invite you to stick around to enjoy traditional Irish tea time treats and live music by The Kilkenny Cats trio.

No dance experience required. All are welcome!

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Join Premiere Stages for free readings of the four finalists for the 2018 Premiere Play Festival, as performed by professional actors. Free; reservations strongly encouraged as readings typically sell out. All unclaimed tickets the time of curtain will be released to the waitlist.

No Candy

written by Emma Stanton
directed by Jessi D. Hill

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Join Premiere Stages for free readings of the four finalists for the 2018 Premiere Play Festival, as performed by professional actors. Free; reservations strongly encouraged as readings typically sell out. All unclaimed tickets the time of curtain will be released to the waitlist.

Baton
written by Deneen Reynolds-Knott
directed by Jessi D. Hill

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Join Premiere Stages for free readings of the four finalists for the 2018 Premiere Play Festival, as performed by professional actors. Free; reservations strongly encouraged as readings typically sell out. All unclaimed tickets the time of curtain will be released to the waitlist.

Private
written by Mona Pirnot
directed by John J. Wooten

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Join Premiere Stages for free readings of the four finalists for the 2018 Premiere Play Festival, as performed by professional actors. Free; reservations strongly encouraged as readings typically sell out. All unclaimed tickets the time of curtain will be released to the waitlist.

Linger

written by Craig Garcia
directed by John J. Wooten

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Turning is a play about the young athletes from New Jersey who competed in the women’s gymnastics (“turning”) Olympic event in 1936 Berlin. This was the first year that women’s gymnastics was included in the Olympics, and the first time that world-class gymnastics coaches had to coach women. Women’s turning was a taboo sport, and some of the team members had to rise above resistance from their fathers and husbands.

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