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With so many exciting developments and happenings, not just at the theatre, but also in the Theatre District and downtown Worcester,   there's more reason than ever to take a break from the fall frenzy and plan an excursion to experience the new Worcester!  From hockey and gourmet dining to outdoor adventures and concerts at the Palladium, there is something for everyone!

Share Something WonderfulThis is a great time to fall into "Something Wonderful" with our Broadway Series and share the joy of live theatre with friends and family.  Who knows? YOU could be the lucky winner of the ultimate subscriber experience prize package, valued at over $1900.  For more details, don't hesitate to contact Lilly, who is dedicated to ensuring subscribers receive personalized care and attention throughout the season.

We are proud to recognize that Meghan Montaner, our director of education, recently received the "40 Under Forty" award from Worcester Business Journal for her accomplishments in launching our new conservatory, making performing arts more accessible and making Worcester an attractive destination for people of all ages and interests.  If you haven't registered for one of our 75+ classes this fall, it isn't too late! There's nothing better to beat the diminishing daylight than to get energized through one of our many offerings, from West African dance or adult improv to lighting, sound and costume design.

While it's not too late to sign up for a class, it's not too early to start planning for the holidays.  The theatre is celebrating 10 years of holiday magic, from our annual productions of The Nutcracker, sponsored by Commerce Bank, to New England's most extravagent production of A Christmas Carol, sponsored by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts and Assumption College.  We're putting together a beautiful book of photos, memories and insights from the creative team, so if you have any special memories from past productions of A Christmas Carol that you'd like us to consider including, please email us before October 1.

The Mighty Wurlitzer OrganI also want to share with you that I have a new appreciation for both Don Phipps and our Mighty Wurlitzer Organ.  Find out why by tuning in to Behind the Scenes on WCRN AM830 on Saturdays from 1-1:30pm, or check out our blog in the coming weeks to hear conversations with Don and other stars, producers and partners that grace our stage.  Let's just say that the music provided by this amazing instrument at Don Phipps' 85th Birthday Concert, A Christmas Carol and our silent films is a far cry from church or the ballgame!
See you at the theatre,
Lisa K. Condit
Director of Marketing & PR
p.s. The Behind the Scenes magazine is hot off the presses and full of the latest shows, new information about our All Access Club, our 20 for $20 Program supported by Bank of America and more.
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