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November 14, 2012

A special offer for friends of The Spirit of Broadway Theater

Wednesday, November 14 marks the beginning of the FINAL TWO WEEKS for the powerhouse musical, WINGS, Book & Lyrics by Arthur Perlman, Music by Jeffrey Lunden.  This powerful and moving musical is playing to rave reviews at The Spirit of Broadway Theater, 24 Chestnut Street, Norwich, CT. (www.spiritofbroadway.org) The production is generously sponsored by PEOPLE’S UNITED BANK and BROWN JACOBSON ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW.

We are always looking to reach out to the State-wide theater community. Mention “CTCALLBOARD AD” and get $20 tickets for the rest of the run of the show! (Based on availability!) Call the SBT Box Office at 860.886.2378 and mention “CTCALLBOARD AD” and your tickets to WINGS are only $20!!!!! (Major credit cards accepted)  Where else can you find professional, bold and innovative theater in a world-class environment, up-close and personal (only 74 seats!) for only $20 a ticket?!?

THE STORY:  In her adventurous youth, Emily was an aviatrix who fearlessly walked on the wings of the family biplane. Just as she once plummeted dizzyingly through space, she is now falling through inner space as the result of a stroke. This extraordinary musical takes us inside Emily’s mind as this gallant woman gropes her way toward the cave of memory, away from the scrambled words and short-circuited thoughts that hold her captive. With breathtaking simplicity, WINGS charts Emily’s hesitant recovery as she begins regaining the vocabulary to accompany her reawakened emotions. But a relapse hurls her back into the void, this time to face death. In this musical’s exultant view, however, Emily has merely taken flight once again, the curiosity and bravery that prompted her girlish exploits having seized her anew.

Call the Spirit of Broadway Theater Box Office at 860.886.2378 and mention ‘CTCALLBOARD AD” and your tickets are only $20!!!!

Performances are Wednesdays & Thursdays at 7pm; Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm, Sundays at 2pm.

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