ARTS GARAGE in Delray Beach to Present Two Thought-Provoking Plays in December
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DELRAY BEACH, Fla. - Floridant -- (Delray Beach, FL – November 11, 2022) Marjorie Waldo, President & CEO of Arts Garage, today reminded theatre fans that the nonprofit organization is presenting two thought-provoking plays in December.

December 9 (Friday) at 8 pm

December 11 (Sunday) at 7pm

Family Tree:

A Christmas Comedy


By Danielle Trzcinski

Enjoy the laugh-filled world premiere of Family Tree, a full-length Christmas Comedy about a slightly dysfunctional family all under the same roof for the holidays. Pull up a chair and join "The Pacola Family" for this funny, fresh, and modern take on what it's really like when family is together and home for the holidays.

Tickets: $40

December 22 (Thursday) at 7:30 pm

December 24 (Saturday) at Noon

Tap Dancing Through Auschwitz

A Play by Tyler Ellman

Directed by Christine Barclay

(Presented in collaboration with BARCLAY Performing Arts)

Tap Dancing through Auschwitz
follows five high school seniors as they visit the infamous concentration camp Auschwitz, on a trip known as The March of the Living. While in the midst of their own life transitions, their entire world is flipped upside down as they bear witness to the horrors of their ancestors' past. This coming-of-age story shows the inevitable relationship between light and darkness, suffering and hope, and misery and faith. Inspired by true events, this play is an edgy yet eye-opening experience that diverges from the typical classroom setting–incorporating a racy and colloquial dialogue that creates a familiarity with young audiences. Thus, forming a bridge between the younger generation and the history of the past, which cannot stand to be ignored.

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Tickets: $30, $35

And coming early next year:

February 10 (Friday) at 8 pm

The Spirit of Harriet Tubman

A One Woman Show by Leslie McCurdy

(With music by Bishop Moore & the Straghnettes of the Straghn & Sons Tri-County Funeral Home)

On a barren stage with only a trunk of costumes, Leslie McCurdy thrills her audience with her passionate portrayal of The Spirit of Harriet Tubman. For a breath-taking hour, she embodies Tubman's immortal spirit from early childhood to her elder years.

Tickets: $30

About Arts Garage:

Arts Garage delivers innovative, diverse, meaningful and accessible visual and performing arts experiences to Delray Beach and South Florida. "Connecting our community to the world through the Arts"—this vision drives all decision-making at Arts Garage, which brings local, emerging artists and established global performers into the local multi-cultural community (students and adults, locals and tourists, people of all ages, income levels, backgrounds) who share a love of the arts.

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Available for Interview:

Marjorie Waldo, President & CEO

Arts Garage

561.665.5857 / marjorie@artsgarage.org

Media Contact:

Gary Schweikhart, PR-BS, Inc.

561.756.4298 / gary@pr-bs.net

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