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Special free performance of Fiddler on the Roof funded by the
Highland Street Foundation to enable low income families to experience the arts.
Reagle Music Theatre is participating in the 5th annual Free Fun Fridays program sponsored by the Highland Street Foundation. On Friday, July 19, 2013, Reagle will hand out complimentary tickets, starting at 8 a.m., to that evening's 7:30 p.m. performance of the musical, Fiddler on the Roof.
HOW TO PARTICIPATE:
Tickets to the Reagle Music Theatre Free Fun Friday performance of Fiddler on the Roof are available on a first come, first served basis THE DAY OF THE SHOW ONLY.
Our Box Office will open July 19th at 8 a.m., with the performance starting at 7:30 p.m.. Tickets are not on sale for this event. Limit of 5 tickets per household. Reminder: Children under age 5 are not permitted.
If you'd prefer guaranteed seats, you may purchase tickets for any other performance.
If you'd like to book a group of 10 or more, you may take advantage of our special discounted group rates for any other performance.
Free Fun Fridays is a program that includes 60 museums and cultural venues across Massachusetts. Each Friday this summer, there will be six venues open for free. The program begins Friday, June 28th and runs through Friday, August 30th. For the full program schedule and to learn more about Free Fun Fridays, please visit: www.highlandstreet.org.
Waltham High School Student Santa Program at "ChristmasTime"
Patrons May Donate Toys in the Robinson Theatre Lobby Prior to Each Performance
Once again Reagle Music Theatre of Greater Boston will be collecting toys for the Waltham High School Student Santa Program at each performance of “Christmas Time” December 3 through 11. Patrons wishing to donate are asked to bring new, unwrapped toys suitable for boys and girls ages 6 months to 10 years. Students from Waltham High School will be present to collect donations in the Robinson Theatre lobby before each show.
The Student Santa program annually collects toys for more than 300 children living in Waltham. High school students collect, wrap, and distribute the toys, assigning them according to age and gender appropriateness. According to Stephen Goodwin, one of the faculty organizers of the program, a variety of affordable toys rather than one expensive item are desired so that each child may receive multiple gifts on Christmas day.
“We are thrilled that Reagle Music Theatre is joining in our effort again this year to provide toys for economically challenged families,” says Goodwin. “Each year nearly 10,000 people attend ‘Christmas Time.’ If just one percent of those audience members bring toys, that’s another 100 children who can share in the joy of the season.”
This year the Student Santa program will be collecting toys beginning the weekend after Thanksgiving through December 21. Donations may also be dropped off at the Main Office of Waltham High School during school hours.
The Harney Academy Dancers bring home 39 medals!
The Harney Academy School of Irish dance, led by two-time World Champion Liam Harney has just returned from Killarney where they had a tremendously successful run at the All-Ireland(Irish National) Championships.
They flew home carrying 39 medals in total, showing well in both solo and team dancing. Melissa McCarthy took second place overall as a soloist in her age group, and Taylor Nunes took sixth overall in his age group. The Harney dancers completed their competition with a bang, by taking first place in the U16 team dancing and achieving the title of Ireland National Champions of Ceili dancing. The Championship team members are Molly Bloom, Allison Crawford, Courtney Crawford, Saoirse Healy, Melissa McCarthy, Molly McLoughlin, Grace Mellor, and Ellen Tucker.
The team has placed second at Worlds for the past two years and are headed to Dublin to once again compete in the World Championships of Irish dance this April. See them dance in A Little Bit of Ireland!
December 14, 2010 (Natick, MA)… Foundation for MetroWest announced today that organizations throughout Waltham would receive grants totaling $22,500 as part of their 2010 grant cycle. The announcement was part of an event held today at Garden in the Woods in Framingham, MA to distribute $106,000 throughout the region.
Reagle was awarded a $2,500 grant to support the 2010 "It's ChristmasTime " performances. …
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