Over the past two summers, White Plains Performing Arts Center (WPPAC) has served as an exemplary stage for two extraordinary Theater Productions: Edges and Songs for A New World (w/ a 30-piece orchestra). These productions were orchestrated and executed by the New Musical Theater Series (NMTS) and were both extremely well-received. Now, the talented individuals behind this pair of unforgettable theatrical events have reloaded their creative cannons and are readying their third adventure for yet another summer production.
PARTY WORTH CRASHING follows the lives of nine twenty-somethings as they go through the various life obstacles and emotional highs and lows that come along with finding happiness, self-acceptance and love. As Terence Osborne, the show’s prolific and ever-energetic producer states, “In a way, this show picks up where Edges left off.”
Kerrigan & Lowdermilk, the original masterminds behind PARTY WORTH CRASHING sum the show up best with this sensational quote: “It’s about laughing at yourself, and figuring things out on your own. It’s also about realizing that with the freedom to do anything comes the responsibility to do something.”
Lastly, the names of the cast in alphabetical order are: Garrett Bruce, Gina Gentile, Brad Greer, Gina Noto, Triona O'Callaghan, Kyle Szen, Emily Tarpey, Joe Venice & Alison Zaret.
Located in downtown White Plains, WPPAC is a 25-minute train ride from Grand Central Station, and the easily accessible venue provides plentiful stress-free parking and is nestled between several fine local restaurants. WPPAC is located on the 3rd Floor at 11 City Place, White Plains, NY. Ticket Prices are $17 for students with valid ID, $23 for General Admission.
To reserve tickets online, visit www.wppac.com – or call the box office at 914.328.1600.