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Forge Theater is Putting it Together

Production has one of the most unusual casts that guarantees this show is different during every performance.

The Forge Theater presents "Putting it Together November 1-24 Photo Courtesy: Forge Theater
The Forge Theater presents "Putting it Together November 1-24 Photo Courtesy: Forge Theater
By Forge Theater               

Picture an Upper West Side cocktail party where everyone breaks into songs by Stephen Sondheim.  That’s exactly what takes place in The Forge Theatre’s November production of Putting It Together.

Based on an idea conceived by Julia McKenzie and Sondheim, with words and music by Mr. Sondheim; Putting It Together was originally produced at the Ethel Barrymore Theater. 

The Forge Theatre, 241 First Avenue in Phoenixville, is presenting this unique review November 1,2,8,9,15,16,17,22,23,24. Curtain time is at 8:00 Pm except the 17th, and 24 which will be 2:00 matinees.

The cocktail party includes 5 adults and includes such Sondheim classics from A Little Night Music, Forum, Assassins, Follies and many more.

Co-Directors Jim Kelsh and Christa Wisneski with Musical Director Denise Wisneski have cast several veterans of Forge’s stage as well as several exciting newcomers.
  
A different five member cast appears each night from a cast that includes Lew Osterhoudt, Regina DePaolis, Bob Goretski, Greg Morton, Kate Nice, Amy Osterhoudt, Melanie Magolan, and Samantha Riesenberg.
 
Tickets are $18 for adults and $15 for students.
Reservations may be made at www.forgetheatre.org or phoning the Box Office at 610-935-1920.
Lynette Gray October 20, 2013 at 09:52 AM
I'm so happy Forge stayed in Phoenixville. My ladies' group was prepared to sit out future shows because of the pending move of this Phoenixville institution, but now everyone is happy, and we will be seeing this production in a couple of weeks. Of course we'll dine in downtown Phoenixville first, so Forge's staying in town has a positive economic impact as well.

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