Mar
07

Enjoy a Show at Curtain Call Live Theatre in Stamford

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Theater near Stamford ApartmentsAs we all anxiously await warmer weather and sunny days, it is still a bit too cold to enjoy the outdoors just yet. Thankfully, there are some great indoor events happening this weekend in Stamford, just a short distance from apartments at Hoyt Bedford, Morgan Manor and The Townhouse.

Currently, the Curtain Call Live Theatre is featuring the classic play Les Miserables. The play, directed by Eli Newsom, has been running since February 7, and the last chances to catch this show are Friday, March 7 at 8 p.m. and Saturday, March 8 at 8 p.m. Other upcoming performances include Dead Man’s Cell Phone, Wizard of Oz and A Street Named Desire.

Adult tickets are $29, student/child tickets are $14.50 and senior citizen tickets are $22. Discounted bundled packages are also available for those who want to see more shows this year. Tickets can be purchased online or at the Theater’s box office. Head to Curtain Call’s website to view the seating chart.

Curtain Call Live Theatre, a popular place in Stamford, is located at 1349 Newfield Avenue and is conveniently located near apartments in Stamford. The Theatre offers full scale productions of great plays and is Stamford’s longest running theater. Additionally, it is the only year-round nonprofit theater in the area.

In addition to live plays, Curtain Call features concerts, comedy nights and interactive murder mysteries. It also offers a youth summer program for those ages 10 to 20 years old. To learn more about the Les Miserables production or about additional show times, tickets, programs and upcoming performances, check out the Curtain Call Live Theatre website.

If you are looking to rent an apartment in Stamford, stop by the Leasing Center at 112 Hoyt Street, call Desiree at the Leasing Center at 203-325-3848 or you can call or text her cell at 203-223-1665.

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