The Theater League of Clifton & The Clifton Arts Center present a joint annual fundraiser “The Many Faces of Christmas” . A cast of singers will present traditional, and whimsical Christmas carols at the Clifton Arts Center. There will be 2 shows Saturday Dec. 7th at 8pm and Sunday Dec. 8th at 2pm. Tickets are $35 per person and include the show as well as Wine and Hors d’Oeuvres sampling.
The Theater League and the Clifton Arts Center team up this weekend to offer children some enlightening programming.
Saturday Oct. 5th at 10 am the Clifton Arts Center is offering a weaving class for children entitled “The Magic of Weaving” Participants will learn about the art of tapestry and take part in a variety of weaving activities that will introduce different techniques and materials. (cost $15) There will be an optional pizza lunch on Sat ($5) in between the weaving class and the 1pm Aladdin show for those wishing to stay for the days activities.
Saturday Oct. 5th & Sunday Oct. 6th The Theater League of Clifton presents: Aladdin Visits the 21st Century written and directed by Kirk Woodward. This charming children’s piece will have 2 shows per day, one at 1pm and one at 3:30pm. Admission is only $5 per person.
Tickets for both events can be purchased on our website or by calling 973-928-7668
Congratulations to the 2011 TLC Scholarship recipients! The Clifton High School Scholarship Award ceremony was held on June 2, 2011 at Clifton High School.
Pictured above is Clifton High School Senior Paige Sciarrino receiving her scholarship from TLC President Mark Peterson.
Paige is shown above with her parents and Mark Peterson, the President of TLC.
The Joanne Mazzarisi Memorial Scholarship was presented to Melanie Ciappi.
“A jewel in Clifton
I recently had the privilege of attending the latest production of Theater League of Clifton’s “You Can’t Take It With You.” I found [it] to be a truly enjoyable evening in the theater. The cast had talent equal to Broadway actors and the set design was so impressive that you knew it had to be professionally done with all the period furniture and costumes from the 1930s.
Clifton should be grateful that this group has put so much effort into giving back to its community. How fortunate we are to have this jewel in our own backyard. There were many residents participating in this wonderful production. From the ushers, to the people selling refreshments at intermission and the lighting was operated by students learning the ropes, as were the back stage hands at each of the six shows. And the majority of the proceeds go towards awarding two scholarships to high school students each year.
I have never seen a collaboration of a community come together for a group or organization with such enthusiasm as I have seen for TLC. Sometimes it takes years to build a community theater and TLC has done a wonderful job in less than 3 years. My hat goes off to them. I urge everyone to support this wonderful organization.