Following a Thursday matinee performance of the comedy “Boca” by Jessica Provenz, Act II Playhouse received a proclamation celebrating “25 years of contributions to the cultural renaissance of the Borough of Ambler.”
According to BroadwayWorld, Ambler’s mayor Jeanne Sorg “praised the one-of-a-kind performances at the Playhouse and the theatre’s resiliency in bouncing back from the Covid-19 pandemic.”
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Sorg is no stranger to the Playhouse stage. Her office as mayor was lovingly lampooned in the Playhouse’s 2016 comedy cabaret, “Electile Dysfunction.” In 2021, she appeared as a guest on the virtual talk show, “Heeere’s Tony.”
“It is a real honor for Act II Playhouse to have the support of the Borough,” said Artistic Director Tony Braithwaite. “Their recognition of what we do at the Playhouse means a lot to our staff and the incredibly talented casts and crew who make all of our shows possible.”
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