Month: November 2017

Buyer Beware: It’s Scalper Season

How to guarantee you are getting the best prices when you buy tickets for a family outing this holiday season It’s the most wonderful time of the year: twinkly lights are on the trees, your favorite peppermint and eggnog beverages are on sale at all the coffee shops, family and friends are coming to visit

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The Golden Door

By Albert Evans, Artistic Associate In 1949, Irving Berlin added a new song to his soon-to-open Broadway musical, Miss Liberty, a fictional account of the sculpting of the Statue of Liberty. Instead of writing his own lyric, Berlin borrowed lines from “The New Colossus,” a sonnet by Emma Lazarus engraved on a bronze plaque and

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Volunteer Spotlight: John Sigala

When did you start volunteering at The 5th? I’m a new volunteer and started volunteering at The 5th with The Sound of Music. Why do you love musical theater? I was introduced to musical theater in 1968 when I went to London through my high school summer foreign study program.  I saw Man of La

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