Fall Musical in Oxford, MD - Lives Interrupted

See live theater this Fall in Oxford, Maryland. “Lives Interrupted” is a musical tribute to what we were like during World War II. Buy your tickets soon. Some shows have already sold out.

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Lives Interrupted - a must see
The Star Democrat Wednesday, October 27, 2010

"In these days when our national mood is one of divisiveness and discouragement, it's a wonderful corrective to revisit a time when, in the midst of the most awesome challenge any nation ever faced, Americans were joyously at one in their shared purpose. Our own Tred Avon Players are doing just that in their current production of "Lives Interrupted," a musical tribute to what we were like for those four perilous years of World War II."

More About "Lives Interrupted "
The original script of “Lives Interrupted” is written by a TAP collaboration of several writers including Betty Dorbin, Steve Clyburn, Robyn Mendelsohn and Alex Handy. Conceived and produced by Steve Clyburn and Robyn Mendelsohn, with musical direction by Marcia Gilliam, choreography by Debbie Beasley and David Zipse as musical conductor. Molly Wilson is stage manager and Olivia Garahan is assistant stage manager. Set design by Lawrie Jessup. Sound design by Joe Davis and costumes by Stephanie Handy and Barbara Mann. Technical Directors are Patrick Fee and Tom Anovick and artistic consultant is Arlene Bickel. Lisa Roth, Publicity.

Order tickets online with Paypal, and they will be waiting for you at the box office! You can also call the ticket hotline at 410-226-0061.

Friday, October 29 at 8pm


Saturday, October 30 at 8pm

Adult $15.00 Student with ID $5.00

Sunday, October 31 at 2pm


Thrifty Thursday, November 4 at 7pm


Friday, November 5 at 8pm

Adult $15.00 Student with ID $5.00

Saturday, November 6 at 8pm

Adult $15.00 Student with ID $5.00

Sunday, November 7 at 2pm

Adult $15.00 Student with ID $5.00

Credit Cards Welcome at TAP’s Box Office

“Lives Interrupted” theater information for Oxford, Maryland sourced from http://www.tredavonplayers.org/onstage.htm

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