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New variety show opens Oct. 18 at Plymouth’s Black Box Theatre
A new monthly variety show – Harbor Revue – is set to take the stage 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 18 at the Plymouth Creek Center’s Black Box Theatre, 14800 34th Ave.
Comedy tailored for adult audiences, a new episode of Harbor Revue will be performed each month. The show includes new works and classics, presented with a mix of comedy, drama, stories, poems, short plays, sketches and music.
Premier Episode: Oct. 18
This month’s premier episode features poetry by Edgar Allan Poe, new sketch comedy, classic ghost stories by H.P. Lovecraft and W.W. Jacobs, and a performance by Minnesota musician Steve Noonan.
Harbor Revue is produced by Plymouth-based nonprofit Harbor Repertory Theater, in partnership with the City of Plymouth. The series is sponsored by the Plymouth Arts Council.
“We're really embracing the idea of variety with this. We're going to try a lot of things and keep it down-to-Earth, accessible and fun,” said Harbor Repertory Theater Artistic Director Keith Bridges.
Next month’s show is set for 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 8 at the Black Box Theatre. Episode details will be announced on the Nov. 8 calendar event.
Tickets, More Information
Cost is $10 per ticket. Purchase tickets at the door, register online or call the Plymouth Parks and Recreation Department at 763-509-5200.
For more information about Harbor Revue, email email@example.com.