Friday, Saturday June 17, 18, 7pm
Sunday June 19, 4pm:
The classic Charles Shultz family fun musical.
Woody Mitchell as Charlie Brown
Kim Mitchell as Lucy
Brian Berestecky as Linus
Bobby Genereau as Schroeder
Lisa Rudy as Patty
Janet Moore as Snoopy
Produced by the Sandwich Town Hall Preservation Trust
Tickets will be sold in advance for Glass Town Stage performances and events at:
Sandwich Town Hall, 130 Main Street
Splash Stationers, 126 Rte. 6A, Sandwich
Tickets will be sold on the date of the performances/events beginning one hour before the start time. We offer no senior or student discounts with the one exception of a child centered performance. Our facility is fully accessible but we do not have hearing enhancement technology. There is no reserved seating.
For more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 508-776-3256
The Mission of the Sandwich Town Hall Preservation Trust is to support the continued stewardship of the historic Sandwich Town Hall, to assist the Town Manager and staff as a resource for volunteers, events, and programs, to provide, if feasible, funds for special purposes, and to make recommendations for the perpetual protection and enhancement of the Sandwich Town Hall as a major cultural, functional, and historic asset of the Town of Sandwich and the Commonwealth. The beautifully restored Town Hall in Sandwich, Cape Cod’s Oldest Town, features Community Events, Meetings, Movies, Shows, Talks and Tours in a unique and historic setting. Built in 1834, Sandwich Town Hall was restored to its former glory in 2009. The second floor ballroom where movies and theatrical productions are presented is particularly beautiful with its historically accurate ceiling stenciling of tan and brown paint and gold leaf. There’s also a theatrical stage, balcony seating and fully restored historic shuttered windows. The Sandwich Town Hall was granted a Preservation Award for Rehabilitation & Restoration by the Massachusetts Historical Commission in 2011. The Town Hall has been in active use as the seat of Town government for over 175 years. An award-winning rehabilitation and restoration was completed in 2010.