Off-Beat Players' Urinetown, With Young Performers of All Levels, Plays Musical's Original Off-Broadway Home Aug. 21

News   Off-Beat Players' Urinetown, With Young Performers of All Levels, Plays Musical's Original Off-Broadway Home Aug. 21 Connecticut's Off-Beat Players will present a one-night-only performance of the Tony Award-nominated musical Urinetown, by special arrangement with The Araca Group, Aug. 21 at The American Theatre of Actors, where Urinetown made its Off-Broadway debut in 2001.

Off-Beat Players, Inc., from Greenwich, CT, is a theatre company that provides an opportunity for young people of all backgrounds and abilities to work together. The company encourages young artists to accept one another's abilities and disabilities and celebrate their differences. OBP presented Urinetown earlier this month at the Arch Street Teen Center in Greenwich, CT. The Araca Group, which currently uses the American Theatre of Actors for the second annual Araca Project series, invited the Connecticut-based company to share the stage.

"We are thrilled to have the privilege of seeing Urinetown grace the stages of ATA again," said Michael Rego, partner of The Araca Group and producer of the original Urinetown. "And even better — it falls in the middle of our second annual Araca Project, where similarly entrepreneurial artists are trying to make their dreams come true."

For more information on the Off-Beat Players, visit OffBeatPlayers.org. For more information on the Araca Project, visit AracaProject.com.

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