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Susquehanna University to Present “The Man Who Came to Dinner”

Selinsgrove – The Susquehanna University Department of Theatre will present the classic American comedy “The Man Who Came to Dinner” April 23 – 26 at the Degenstein Center Theater. Nightly performances begin at 8 p.m.Tickets are free for Susquehanna students, $10 for adults and $8 for non-SU students. They can be purchased at the Charles B. Degenstein Campus Center box office by calling 570-372-2787.

“The Man Who Came to Dinner” portrays the consequences when famous 1930s radio personality Sheridan Whiteside finds himself stuck in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Stanley in the small town of Messalia, Ohio. Under Whiteside’s reign, the house is taken over by movie stars, serial killers and exotic wildlife, while Whiteside devises desperate schemes to keep his secretary from leaving him for a local reporter.

The show stars Susquehanna senior Matthew Prince as Sheridan Whiteside, with senior Julie Ek as secretary Maggie Cutler, along with a cast full of colorful characters. The 1942 film version of the play starred Monty Woolley, who played Whiteside on Broadway, and Bette Davis, with Ann Sheridan and Jimmy Durante as additional cast members. A 2000 remake placed Nathan Lane in the lead role.

Summing up this three-act favorite by playwrights George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart, Director and Associate Professor W. Douglas Powers said, “It’s a loony bin.”

Lycoming College Choir Presenting Concert at Saint John’s-Newberry Church

Lycoming Choir Concert at Saint John's-Newberry Church, 2101 Newberry Street, Williamsport, PA 17701

Lycoming Choir Concert at Saint John's-Newberry Church, 2101 Newberry Street, Williamsport, PA 17701

Endless Mountains Maple Festival – April 25 to April 26

Endless Mountains Maple Festival
Location: Troy Fairgrounds
Endless Mountains Maple Festival April 25 & 26, 2009 Endless Mountains Maple Festival is annually held every last weekend in April and held at Troy Fairgrounds, Alparon Park Rt. 14 N. in Troy Township. Actvities Scheduled: Pancake Breakfast Served Continuously Flea Market and Craft Show and other vendors Pancake Eating Contest ATV/Lawn Tractor Pulls Horse Pulls Car Show Antique Tractor Display Musical Entertainment 50/50 Raffle Chili Cook-off 3-D Archery Shoot Pony Rides By Rainbow Riders Pedal Tractor Pulls for Children by B&H Children’s Rides Season opening of the Farm Museum – free with Maple Festival

Admission Contact: 570-297-3371

Lycoming College: The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus/Secondhand Serenade Concert

When: Friday, April 24, 2008, 8:00 PM (doors open at approx. 7:00 PM)Who: This show is Co-Headlined by The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus and Secondhand Serenade. With Special Guest, Madina Lake

Where: Lycoming College Recreation Center

Tickets: Tickets go on sale on Monday, March 16. They will be available for $15.00 each at: Brewers Caffe, Lycoming Mall (Cash Only) and the Coffee and Tea Roo, 217 West Fourth Street, Williamsport (Cash Only). Tickets are also available at the Office of Student Programs at Lycoming College (cash or MC/Visa.) Lycoming College students will be able to pick up their one free ticket in Student Programs when made available (these tickets are not for resale).

Ticket hotline: Tickets go on sale on Monday, March 16. When they are on sale, charge by phone at: 570-321-4056 (MC/Visa only)

General Info: This is a general admission show, standing room only. No smoking is allowed in the facility. No food, beverages, cans, bottles, cameras or recording equipment will be allowed.

This concert is sponsored by the Campus Activities Board and is generously funded by the Student Senate of Lycoming College.