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Monday, June 17, 2024


East Lynne Theater Company Celebrates 30 Years!

By On Deck Staff

What a year this has been for ELTC, beginning in January when it was voted One of the Top Two Equity Professional Theaters in the State in The Discover Jersey Arts’ “People’s Choice Awards.”
On Oct. 26, at The New Jersey Theatre Alliance’s Applause Awards, ELTC will receive a “Certificate of Achievement Award” for bringing American Classics to life and educating young and old about American plays, literature and history, throughout the state.
On Nov. 12, East Lynne Theater Company celebrates 30 years of entertaining audiences in Cape May and throughout the country, and everyone is invited to the big birthday bash: “The Ultimate Theater Party,” at Aleathea’s Restaurant at the Inn of Cape May, 7 Ocean St.
The evening begins at 5:30 p.m. with hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar. At 6:30 p.m., a sumptuous surf and turf dinner is served—along with entertainment!
There will also be a costume exhibit from ELTC’s collection and hands-on sound effects used in ELTC’s popular radio shows.
Chris Sooy supplies the live piano music, and Phil Pizzi, camera in hand, will greet people and document the Party. The result: DVDs that may be purchased for only $10.
The recipient of the Historic Jackson Street Neighborhood Association Scholarship Fund in the Name of Bob and Toni Green will also be announced.
ELTC is selling 50/50 Raffle Tickets for $50 each, with the opportunity to win $3,000, $1,500, or $500, and purchasers don’t have to be present to win.
Only 200 tickets will be sold. Checks should be made out to Kiwanis Club of Cape May Foundation and mailed to ELTC’s office, 121 Fourth Ave., West Cape May, NJ 08204.
The only auction item this year will be the popular “A Day in Manhattan with Gayle and Lee.”
To attend the Party only costs $50, and checks should be made out to East Lynne Theater Company and mailed to the office.
Reservations must be made by Nov. 2. For information and reservations, please call 609-884-5898.
Meanwhile, George S. Kaufman’s comedy “The Butter and Egg Man,” is playing through Oct. 24 only!

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