WHITEFIELD, NH—Weathervane Theatre’s 2023 Patchwork Players are proud to present Best of Patchwork 2023. Sponsored by Crosstown Motors and New England Wire Technologies, this revue will play one day only inside the Weathervane on Tuesday, August 29th at 10 AM.
Relieve the magic of the 2023 Patchwork season in one stellar performance. Featuring highlights from Mary Had A Little Ham, The Rainbow Fish Musical, The Old Man and the Old Moon, and The Mystery of the Missing Medallion. Audiences will also get a chance to get to know the Patchwork Players a little better as they share some of their personal favorites from the season as well as what they’ll be up to next!
The 2023 Patchwork Players— six early-career artists selected from a highly-competitive nationwide search— are Jaheim Hugan (Baldwin Wallace University), Langley Leilani (University of Utah), Evan Lilienthal (Baldwin Wallace University), Madison Mintzer (University of Central Florida), Jack Prisco (Baldwin Wallace University), and Justine So (Rollins College). These six artists are also members of Weathervane’s Intern Program run by Marisa Kirby. Madison Mintzer and Justine So appear courtesy of the William Daniel Mills Theatre Apprentice Program of Central Florida.
Performed in person as well as via livestream, in person tickets are sold at the door. Livestream tickets available online. For more information call 603.837.9322, email, or visit www.weathervannh.org.
ABOUT THE WEATHERVANE
The Weathervane Theatre was founded in 1965 by Gibbs Murray and the late Tom Haas and is under the leadership of Producing Artistic Director Ethan Paulini. For over half a century, it has presented high quality professional productions of plays and musicals. One of the few remaining alternating rep companies in the United States, the Weathervane is recognized as a historical institution nationwide, boasting among its alumni 2021 Tony nominee Elizabeth Stanley, Tally Sessions, four-time Tony nominee Judy Kuhn and recent Tony Award Winner Ari’el Stachel.
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