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Our Town

performance in Gessner Hall

Saturday, November 9 at 7:00 p.m.
Sunday, November 10, at 2:00 p.m.

$8 per ticket ($6 members)

Purchase tickets in person at the Museum or by phone 330-833-4061 (cash, check, credit) or online through Paypal (choose the quantity of tickets in the payment screen).

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Former Washington High School drama coach and current Museum trustee David Harding is the director. He is assisted by Kathleen Bachtel; John Kiste is stage manager.  Rick Altimus, Kathleen Moore, Molly Marie Crock, Sutherland Singenstreu, Robert Berens, Kathleen Bachtel, Samuel Gonzalez, Briana Berens, Scott Suarez, Aiden Chaney, Kitty Burgett, Faith Berens, and Jennifer Bachtel will perform.

The play will be presented in the Museum’s Gessner Hall. “Including drama in MassMu’s programming is part of our longterm goal to appeal to to the interests of a wide range of regional residents,” said Alexandra Nicholis Coon, the Museum’s executive director. “We now have a beautiful venue for area thespians and their performances.”

The play includes two 10-minute intermissions.  Food will be available for purchase.

Tickets, $8 ($6 MassMu members), are now available by visiting the Museum’s reception desk, by calling 330-833-4061, or by Paypal above.

Our Town is produced with the permission of Samual French Company.

The Museum receives operating support from the Ohio Arts Council and ArtsinStark.

During construction in downtown Massillon, it is most convenient to find free parking spaces in the municipal lot accessed on Second Street SE, on streets east and south of the Museum, and in the city parking deck accessed on Erie Street South. Visit for a parking map and updates.

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