J-CAT Announces its Sixth Season of Electrifying Plays & Musicals"

Season tickets go on sale starting September 4th. Theatre lovers can save over 20% on a 6-show package and have access to the best seats in the house. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.jcctheatre.com.
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Aug. 24, 2012 - PRLog -- J-CAT, The J’s Cultural Arts Theatre at the Michael-Ann Russell JCC/Sanford L. Ziff Campus 18900 NE 25th Ave., North Miami Beach, FL has announced their 2012-13 Season of shows with titles appealing to more family-style entertainment than ever before. J-CAT, now in its sixth season, will feature a season full of Award-winning plays, musicals, and new works that will premier in the first-ever South Florida Jewish Fringe Theatre Festival.

2012-13 Season line-up includes:
Harvey (October 17-28) Written by Mary Chase, Directed by Michael Andron
A hilarious Pulitzer Prize comedy for the whole family surrounds a family coping with a quirky Uncle who has an imaginary friend…or is he imaginary?

Hello Dolly!  (December 4-16) Music and Lyrics by Jerry Herman, Book by Michael Stewart
Youth Theatre (Grades 4-12)
Follow the adventures of America's most beloved matchmaker, Dolly Levi, featuring some of Broadway's most memorable tunes like Put On Your Sunday Clothes, Before the Parade Passes By, and Hello, Dolly!

Don’t Drink The Water (January 16-27) Written by Woody Allen, Directed by John Ferry
Community Theatre – Auditions: October 29 - 31
Woody Allen's hilarious qcpkw farce brings the house down with laughter as the Hollander family's
European vacation goes awry when they're mistaken for spies.

Grease (March 5-17) Composer, Lyricist and Librettist: Jim Jacobs & Warren Casey, Directed by Ashley Blake Fisher
Youth Theatre (Grades 2-12) Auditions: December 18-20
The ‘school edition’ of the famous 50’s love story between Sandy and Danny cruises into J-CAT as we celebrate one of America’s favorite classic musicals!

The Jewish Fringe Theatre Festival (April 14 – 20)
Youth/Community Theatre/Guest Performers
A week-long festival filled with Jewish-themed one-act plays, stand up comedy, cabaret performances, music, and more.

Dear Esther (May 1-12) By Richard Rashke, Directed by Michael Andron
Youth/Community Theatre
The powerful true story of Esther Raab and her escape from the notorious death camp, Sobibor, her survival and ultimate healing."Deeply moving, brilliant, and powerful..." -- U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum
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