Opera group returns to town
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Scene from “You Are Not Alone.”                                             
Matt Ramirez
Scene from “You Are Not Alone.” Matt Ramirez
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WILMINGTON- The Memorial Hall Center for the Arts proudly present the Village Light Opera Group of New York City in concert at 7:30 pm on Saturday, July 20, at Memorial Hall.

The concert, a tradition and a highlight of MHCA’s Summer and Fall Arts Festival, will feature 40 vocalists on stage with piano accompaniment, and will include works by Stephen Sondheim, Rodgers & Hammerstein, Jerome Kern, Gilbert & Sullivan, and Victor Herbert. Songs from “South Pacific,” “Showboat,” “The Pajama Game,” “Sunday in the Park With George,” and many more are part of this year’s repertoire. Proceeds will benefit equally MHCA and the Village Light Opera Group, both 501(c)(3) not-for-profit charitable arts organizations. Always well-received, the concert is an artistic experience suitable for all age groups.

Cost of admission: $26 for adults and $17 for students through high school, for main floor seating, and $21 for adults and $14 for students through high school, for the balcony. All seats are general admission. Doors will open at 7 pm. For tickets call (802) 464-8411 or visit www.memhall.org.

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