Comtra Theatre to hold auditions for upcoming production
Comtra Theatre will hold auditions for the British farce “Move Over, Mrs. Markham” by Ray Cooney and John Chapman on Saturday, Dec. 7, from noon to 2:30 p.m. and Sunday, Dec. 8, from 1 to 3:30 p.m.
The production will be directed by Margie Linville.
There will be cold readings from the script. The show calls for four men and five women, all adults.
For more information, call the theatre at 724-591-8727.
The Comtra Theatre is located at 20540 Route 19, Cranberry.
‘Nutcracker' at SV
The Seneca Valley Academy of Choice Performing Arts Program will present “The Nutcracker” at 6:30 p.m. on Dec. 12, in the Seneca Valley Intermediate High School Auditorium.
This two-act ballet is a holiday tradition you won't want to miss.
Tickets can be purchased at the door or in advance at Seneca Valley Central Administration Offices for $7.
For details, call 724-452-6040.
The school is at 124 Seneca School Rd., Harmony.
Senior holiday event
The Seneca Valley School District will host the 16th annual Senior Holiday Event and invites senior citizens in the school district's nine communities to participate.
The event will be held on 12:30 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 19, at Seneca Valley Senior High School.
This event features the Seneca Valley Jazz Band, String Ensemble and Senior High School Madrigal Singers.
In addition, a turkey meal will be served for lunch in the school cafeteria.The event is free, but reservations are required. Call 724-452-6040, ext. 0, by Dec. 12, to register.
The NPL Restaurant Group and Women's Choice Network are having their third “Fill That Truck” holiday toy drive to aid local families during the holiday season. This year, the focus of the drive is on gifts for toddlers and babies age 3 or younger.
Through Dec. 6, new unwrapped toys may be dropped off at any of the NPL restaurants.
They are North Park Lounge, 8701 Babcock Blvd., McCandless, and 20810 Route 19, Cranberry; Bonnie & Clyde's, 12087 Perry Highway, Pine Township; and the Bamboo Bar, 20810 Route 19, Cranberry.
The toys will go to clients of the Women's Choice Network, a Pittsburgh area nonprofit organization that provides services related to pregnancy and parental support.
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