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Time for Tickets! Charles Troy Comes to MCJC with Acclaimed “The Creation of West Side Story” Show
March 10, 2019 @ 8:30 am - 11:00 am$15.00
RSVP and Ticket Purchase Options
RSVP and advance ticket purchase required. Tickets are $15/pp. You have three RSVP and payment options:
- RSVP and pay securely online via credit card or PayPal with the Registration Button below.
- RSVP with the Registration Button below, and mail in your check made out to MCJC to: McHenry County Jewish Congregation, 8617 Ridgefield Rd., Crystal Lake, IL 60012, Attn: Tickets
- RSVP by calling MCJC at 815-455-1810 and mail in your check to the above address. Be sure to leave your phone number with your message so we can call you to confirm the details of your reservation.
If you have questions about the show, please contact Bruce Weiss via email, email@example.com.
The Creation of West Side Story
The MCJC Let’s Have Fun Together Committee is pleased to announce that Charles Troy will present his highly acclaimed “The Creation of West Side Story” show at MCJC on Sunday, March 10 at 1:30 pm.
This 90 minute multimedia show was a huge entertainment success, receiving a standing ovation, this past summer at the Woodstock Opera House. It’s a show you won’t want to miss! Plan to bring your family and friends to share this delightful and informative entertainment experience. Free child care is available if needed.
Charles Troy is America’s most celebrated dramatic musical theater historian/storyteller. He has developed more than fifty multimedia shows on musical theater subjects. His presentations are informative, highly entertaining, and have been embraced by audiences nationwide.
Mr. Troy is based in Chicago and performs extensively in Chicago North Shore communities and appears on a monthly basis at the Skokie Theater. He has been featured twice on the front page of the Arts & Entertainment section of the Chicago Tribune. The late Roy Leonard, former theater critic for WGN-TV, wrote in his blog in 2014, “I first saw Charles Troy a few months back at the Skokie Theater and have been back three times since, learning things I never knew about Broadway musicals I’ve enjoyed for years.”
We will provide child care during the show if needed. You may indicate your requirements when you register below.
A refreshment social immediately follows Charles Troy’s presentation.
“The Creation of West Side Story” is brought to you by MCJC’s Let’s Have Fun Together program.