Concert returns on “High Notes”
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Alison Plotkin and Sean Cullen Carroll, of the Village Light Opera Group, perform during an opening night at The Riverside Theatre.
Alison Plotkin and Sean Cullen Carroll, of the Village Light Opera Group, perform during an opening night at The Riverside Theatre.
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DOVER- New York City’s Village Light Opera Group Ltd. is excited to return to the Deerfield Valley for the 22nd consecutive summer to present “High Notes,” a musical concert. Performed by an all-volunteer chorus of 35 singers, this concert is the major fundraiser of the summer for MHCA. The audience will enjoy songs from old standards and Gilbert and Sullivan, to Broadway musicals such as “West Side Story,” “Hamilton,” “Mamma Mia,” “Carousel,” and “Princess Ida.”

This fundraiser concert will take place on Saturday, July 22, at 4 pm and runs for about two hours. VLOG is very excited to perform for the first time in the air-conditioned MHCA Dover Cinema. The MHCA Dover Cinema is located along Route 100 at 4 Mountain Park Plaza.

Ticket price is $25 for adults and is free for children 12 and younger. Tickets are on sale at the Mountaineer Inn, 270 Handle Road, Thursdays through Mondays, 12 to 6 pm; and at the MHCA Dover Theater Wednesdays through Sundays during movie showtimes. On the day of the concert tickets go on sale at the door starting at 3 pm.

For more information on the concert and directions call the Mountaineer Inn at (802) 464-5404.
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