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Who Invited Falstaff?


by Frost McGahey
Presented by the Silver City Community Theater


Join a Shakespearean version of the Academy Awards where Falstaff wreaks havoc.

A staged reading of Frost McGahey’s play that will entertain and inform you about the life Shakespeare and movies of his work. Directed by Wendy Spurgeon. Dinner included.

August 18 & 19, 2017, Fri/Sat – Doors open 5:00 pm; Dinner served 5:30 pm; Show 6:15 pm, Closing 7:15 pm.
August 20, Sunday – Doors open 4:00 pm; Dinner served 4:30 pm; Show 5:15; Closing 7:15 pm.
Menu: Soup or salad, meat or vegetarian lasagna, tiramisu and coffee.
Note: This is a private party for ticket holders. BYO wine or beer.
Location: Silver City Market Cafe, 614 North Bullard, downtown Silver City.
Tickets: $25.00 for dinner and the show.

Tickets are available at The Market Cafe, Gila Hike and Bike, & Vintage Fantasies

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