Bucks County Playhouse
As summer approaches, the Bucks County town of New Hope, on the Delaware River, is once again coming alive with visitors and things to do.
It’s a lively spot for a wintertime getaway.
The Bucks County Playhouse on Sunday will host auditions for this summer’s youth company. It’s pretty competitive — last year 100 kids turned out and only 18 were selected for the program.
It’s a once in a lifetime experience for 18 teens from throughout Bucks and Montgomery counties and New Jersey.
Leslie Uggams is making her debut at the Playhouse, but the Philadelphia region has been very good to her.
The stars of “Meet Me in St. Louis: A Live Radio Play,” now playing at the Bucks County Playhouse, visited the KYW Newsradio studios on Tuesday.
A Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) map that dates back nearly fifteen years puts the playhouse and its highly anticipated expansion in a high-risk flood zone.
The five-time Tony award winner appeared on stage at the famous playhouse more than sixty years ago, long before she became an icon on Broadway.
The production is based on the iconic movie from the early 1970s and is a coming of age story involving a teen on summer vacation who gets involved with a war bride.
Area residents can see a classic show at the Bucks County Playhouse in New Hope this weekend, and at the same time help support the county’s only organization that supports victims of domestic violence.
Playhouse officials say renovations are on schedule and everything looks good for the ribbon-cutting ceremony and the first production of “A Grand Night for Singing,” by Rodgers and Hammerstein, on July 2nd.
Renovation work is underway on the Bucks County Playhouse, and the legendary theater is expected to reopen in time for the summer season after sitting empty for more than a year.
Bucks County tourism officials are excited now that a deal has been reached to save the landmark Bucks County Playhouse in New Hope.