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Sing-Along West Side Story at Somerville Theater March 18



Something's Comin' Something Good!
WEST SIDE STORY MOVIE/SING ALONG BENEFIT

Sunday, March 18, 2007, 3:30pm
Somerville Theatre, 55 Davis Square, Somerville


Watch Tony and Maria in this modern Romeo & Juliet story as they try to beat the odds and keep love alive. Join the Sharks and the Jets, Office Krupke and the rest of the audience as we laugh and cry and root for love's triumph ! Most of all sing to your hearts content and enjoy yourself at this second annual benefit for the Mystic Chorale, a non-profit community chorus.

Bring the family, bring your friends, come in a group and have a great time!!! Watch the movie and sing the songs with 800 audience members while song lyrics are projected on the movie screen. Come in costume (optional) as your favorite male or female character and win prizes in the costume contest. Receive goodie bags with fun props to help act out each of the songs in the movie.

For more information about the Mystic Chorale or this event visit our website at www.mysticchorale. org.

Tickets:
$35- Premiere Seating (the best viewing seats in the Theatre and support the Mystic Chorale even more!)
$20- General Admission
$15- Seniors/Students

Tickets Available At:
Somerville Theatre Box Office (3-9pm daily)
Cash only accepted at this location, no fee added to tickets
617/625-4088

Ticketmaster
617/931-2000
www.ticketmaster. com
(service fees added to ticket cost)

By Mail:
(no fee added; checks only; must be postmarked by 3/23 to ensure delivery)

Send your check and a self-addressed stamped envelope to:

Mystic Chorale
West Side Story Tickets
43 Fellsview Ave Medford MA 02155
Be sure to indicate Premiere, Adult, Child/Senior

For more information about this event contact wss@mysticchorale. org or call 781/316-2500

*Incorporated in 1999, The Mystic Chorale is a non-profit, volunteer-run community chorus, the mission of which is to make music a participatory experience, promote singing as an act of compassion and explore through song, the
musically-rich and diverse cultures of the world. The music we sing is from many eras, cultures and spiritual traditions.*
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