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In just two days  Moorestown Theater Company presents the first performance of the East Coast premier of Elf, Jr. the Musical! Be sure to get your tickets soon - this show will only be around this weekend and next, but with 8 performances there is likely to be great seats left for you and your family. Tickets and other information are available at http://goo.gl/1Hxxv1.

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Be a part of the national giving movement today, Giving Tuesday, a  national day of giving at the start of the annual holiday season. Charities, families, businesses, community centers, and students around the world come together for one common purpose: to celebrate generosity and to give.  Find a way to give something more.  Then tell everyone about how you are giving.

Join MTC and be a part of a global celebration of a new tradition of generosity by going to http://goo.gl/lxC0tl  or clicking on the "Donate Now" button on our web site. Your generous donation to the Moorestown Theater Company will be transformative!

$25 - Pays for batteries for microphones for one MTC performance

$50 - Allows five children of modest means to attend an MTC performance

$100 - Provides costume materials for 10 children or adults in an MTC production

$250 - Subsidizes the cost of one MTC production for a child from an underserved community

$500 - Subsidizes the attendance at Summer Stage of one child of modest means

$1,000 - Affords one child the opportunity to attend the National Junior Theater Festival in Atlanta, GA with MTC

$2,500 - Supplies five new microphones (body packs & mic cords)

$5,000 - Pays for facility rental for one MTC production

Your donation during #GivingTuesday will be allocated to the Circle of Friends Fund which supports overall operations, facilities and programming at Moorestown Theater Company. Questions or want to designate your gift? Please contact Carol Ann Murray, (609) 519-3764 or at carolann@moorestowntheatercompany.org.

We so appreciate your support!
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Can You Vote For Steve Ciceron's Super Bowl Commercial? 
Steven Ciceron, who was in  MTC's  Second Stage productions of 42nd Street ('12) and Thoroughly Modern Millie ('13), was recently in a commercial shoot for the 'Doritos Crash The Super Bowl Competition". He now would like to move the commercial to the next stage. For those of you who are already a friend of Steve's, you can go to his Facebook home page and vote on the video. For others, please go to the link below or re-paste the link if it does not work and rate his commercial with five stars (if you like it):
Can You Vote For Steve Ciceron's
Super Bowl Commercial? 
Steven Ciceron, who was in  MTC's  Second Stage productions of 42nd Street ('12) and Thoroughly Modern Millie ('13), was recently in a commercial shoot for the 'Doritos Crash The Super Bowl Competition". He now would like to move the commercial to the next stage. For those of you who are already a friend of Steve's, you can go to his Home page and vote on the video. For others, please go to the link below or re-paste the link if it does not work and rate his commercial with five stars (if you like it):
http://goo.gl/othvG8
Steve is the guy in the football helmet on the far right on the couch.  Your vote will help boost his commercial for a better chance to be broadcast on Super Bowl Sunday.  Steve thanks everyone for their consideration of his request.

Steve is the guy in the football helmet on the far right on the couch.  Your vote will help boost his commercial for a better chance to be broadcast on Super Bowl Sunday.  Steve thanks everyone for their consideration of his request.

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The reviews are in for MTC's Anything Goes, and they are great! Thanks to Arlene Price Kohler at Stage Magazine for the positive review, and congratulations to the cast and crew for such a great production.

The best news is there are still another three performances left for you to see this weekend! Get your tickets now at moorestowntheatercompany.org.

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A double life indeed...come catch Rick Williams 'in the act' (ba-dum bum) for tonight's opening of Anything Goes at Upper Elementary School in Moorestown. Tickets are at www.moorestowntheatercompany.org. 

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Do you have your tickets for Anything Goes yet? Moorestown Theater Company's production of this Cole Porter classic opens this weekend at Upper Elementary School in Moorestown, and runs through next weekend. Reserve your seats today at www.moorestowntheatercompany.org.
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Attention kids age 6 through high school seniors! You can audition this week to be a part of the world premier musical A Ghost Tale with Mr. Dickens, produced by Moorestown Theater Company for Music Theater International, a leading theatrical licensing company. See our web site for details.

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This is quite a week of notable anniversaries in theater - right on the heels of the Cats anniversary earlier this week, today marks the 28th anniversary of Phantom of the Opera's debut at Her Majesty's Theater in London. Since its first performance on October 9, 1986 the musical is estimated to have been seen by more than 140 million people worldwide!

In MTC's recent production of Scenes & Songs II, cast members Tom McHale, Martha Mercantini, and Steve Gionta performed "Music of the Night" and "All I Ask of You" from Phantom. (Pictured below are Tom and Martha.)
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Street festivals such as the Autumn Festival in Moorestown mean free previews of MTC's upcoming shows! Make sure to be in the area of MTC's booth by 3:00 p.m. for sneak previews of Disney's 101 Dalmatians, Kids; Anything Goes; and Elf, Jr. performed by MTC cast members. For more information or tickets to these upcoming shows visit moorestowntheatercompany.org.

MTC is proud to sponsor the Moorestown Business Association and the Autumn in Moorestown Festival.

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Today marks the 32nd anniversary of the musical Cats opening at the Winter Garden on Broadway.  Since then it has become the second longest running musical in Broadway history, after Phantom of the Opera.

How many times have you seen Cats? And was it on Broadway, or elsewhere? Let us know  - comment below!
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