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Next up – Stepping Out

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Tickets are on sale now for our second production of the 2022 season, STEPPING OUT, written by Richard Harris and directed by Kate Kovacs of New Milford. The play features tap choreography by Tina Morrissette and runs July 1 – 23 at the Sherman Playhouse.

STEPPING OUT is a rollicking comedy about the attempts of a misfit bunch to overcome their inhibitions and left feet in a low-rent dance studio. Mavis, a former professional chorus girl, tries her hardest to teach the bumbling amateurs the necessary dance skills for an upcoming recital. But before the dancing begins Mavis must mediate the minor dramas that erupt among this motley but lovable crew. The show features significant tap throughout the play with two short dance numbers at the end!

Our talented cast features William Coates (New Fairfield), Patsy Goodman (New Fairfield), Angie Joachim (Ridgefield), Michele Leigh (Brookfield), Jana Makejeva, Tina Morrisette (Brookfield), Karen Robinson (Danbury), Julie Schorr (Sherman), Erin Walsh (New Milford) and Morgana Kate Watson (Brewster, NY).

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