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Music recital at St. Vincent

| Wednesday, April 7, 2004

The St. Vincent College Department of Fine Arts will present pianist Matthew McTeague and baritone K. Leo Welsh in a student and guest artist recital 8 p.m. April 16 in the Science Center Amphitheatre on the campus, near Latrobe. There is no charge to attend.

For details, call 724-537-4565.

Mountain Playhouse sets 2004 season

Mountain Playhouse, in Jennerstown, has announced its 2004 season:

  • "The Honky Tonk Angels," June 12-27

  • "Noises Off," June 29-July 11

  • "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat," July 13-Aug. 1

  • "Prelude to a Kiss," Aug. 3-15

  • "Breaking Legs," Aug. 17-29

  • "Perfect Wedding," Aug. 31-Sept. 12

  • "5/31/89: The Flood" (world premiere)

  • "Nunsense," Sept. 29-Oct. 10

    For more information on group sales, season and individual tickets, call the Mountain Playhouse box office at 814-629-9201 or visit www.mountainplayhouse.com

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