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Posted: Wednesday Apr 4, 2012

April 4, 2012

The 23rd annual Saint Vincent Summer Theatre Gala is set for 6:30 p.m. Friday, July 13 in the Robert S. Carey Student Center at Saint Vincent College. The Gala, which celebrates the 44th season of professional theatre at Saint Vincent, will feature an evening of gourmet food, entertainment and the Theatre’s production of Larry Shue’s popular comedy, The Foreigner. MaryAnn Cherubini (seated center) and Jack Cherubini (seated right) will serve as the volunteer Gala co-chairpersons. They are shown with representatives of the presenting co-sponsors, John P. Kline (standing center) of First Commonwealth Bank and Luke A. Latimer, (standing right) of R & L Development Company, and with Theatre representatives, director Colleen Reilly (standing left) and producer Fr. Bonaventure Curtis, O.S.B. (seated left). Tickets are $125 per person. All proceeds benefit the Saint Vincent Summer Theatre. Further details are available by contacting the Saint Vincent Archabbey Events Office, 724 805-2901.


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