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Center Stage Celebrates 10 Seasons With ‘Fantastick Promises’ Concert

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author on Sep 1, 2017

Center Stage, the community theater company based at Southampton Cultural Center, will celebrate its 10th anniversary season with a special weekend of performances.

“Center Stage Sings: Fantastick Promises” is a revue featuring highlights from 14 musicals that Center Stage and director Michael Disher have presented over a decade, such as “Cabaret,” “A Chorus Line,” “South Pacific,” “Promises, Promises,” “Company” and “The Fantasticks.”

“I was thrilled that all of the original performers I asked to be a part of this event gladly and eagerly accepted,” Mr. Disher said in a statement. “For all, I hope this memory lane is more of a memory freeway.”

Featured singers include Isabel Alvarez, Bethany Dellapolla, Sue Conklin, Brett Chizever, Tom Rosante, Brianna Kinnier, Daniel Becker, Kimet Speed, Shannon DuPuis, Christine Martinez, Christina Stankewicz, Mary Ellen Roche, Mary Sabo, Joey Giovingo, Adam Fronc, Julie Crowley and Darren Ottati. Amanda Jones musically directs.

The performances will be held on Friday, September 8, and Saturday, September 9, at 7 p.m. and on Sunday, September 10 at 2:30 p.m. at the Southampton Cultural Center at 25 Pond Lane, Southampton Village. Tickets are $35 for general admission, or $45 for ringside seats, including light refreshments and beverages at intermission. Visit scc-arts.org or call 631-287-4377. Tickets are also for sale at Gayle’s Beauty Salon in Hampton Bays.

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