Theater West End in Sanford to kick off a 'mini-season' of productions in late August

Josephine - Photo courtesy Theater West End/Facebook
Photo courtesy Theater West End/Facebook
Josephine
Sanford's Theater West End have announced a min-season of three live productions they'll be putting on to finish off 2021. And any lack in sheer number of shows is more than made up for by the marquee value of what they'll be staging.

The mini-season kicks off on Aug. 27 with a long weekend run of the hit "burlesque cabaret dream play" Josephine starring Tymisha Harris. Then there will be a bit of a breather until mid-September, when the Tony Award-winning Fun Home — based on comic artist Alison Bechdel's memoir — runs from Sept. 17-Oct. 3. Finishing things up is iconic musical Cabaret from Nov. 19-Dec. 5, kicking off the holiday season.

Tickets are already available through Theater West End.

Safety measures currently in place include mandatory masking and social distancing while in the audience.



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