I Sing Because...
SAT, MARCH 30th at 2pm
FREE & Open to the Public
Brooklyn Youth Chorus Men’s Ensemble joins forces with Charles Town Middle School Boys’ Choir to present an afternoon of music featuring the stories and songs of young people from both Brooklyn and students from Jefferson County, West Virginia.
Ranging from classical to jazz to pop, and some of the song selections include Purcell’s “Sound the Trumpet,” Barber’s “Sure on this Shining Night,” and original works by Daniel Bernard Roumain, Samuel Cho, and Wally Gunn.
Night at the Races
Fundraiser hosted by the Theatre Guild of the Old Opera House
Saturday evening, MARCH 30th (starting at 5:30pm)
At the Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races
This year’s event will take place in the Hollywood Ballroom (not the Skyline Terrace as in previous years); so, we will have more privacy, less noise and confusion, and more opportunity to socialize. In addition to the large picture windows that overlook the racetrack, the room will be equipped with video monitors broadcasting the races live. This year the event will also include our own buffet and cash bar, and the ballroom is accessible by elevator.
Night at the Races includes a silent auction and a live raffle. Come join the fun and support the Old Opera House!
The buffet for his year’s event is the Hollywood Casino’s Red-Carpet Buffet which includes:
Pasta Salad with Seasonal Vegetables
Spinach Salad: Spinach, mandarin oranges, red onion, bacon and balsamic dressing
Chef's selection of homemade soup
Fresh baked rolls and butter
Seasonal Vegetable Medley
Wild Rice and grains
Roasted Red Potatoes
Steak Medallions with Bordelaise Sauce
Chicken Breast with roasted garlic cream
Roasted Salmon with citrus hollandaise sauce
Chocolate Fudge Cake
Vanilla crème brûlée
Freshly brewed coffee, decaf and tea
Be sure to purchase your tickets in advance by calling the Old Opera House BOX OFFICE at #304.725.4420
Getting to the OOH
Congrats to the Winners of the 2018/19 OOH La La's Basket Raffle:
James and the Giant Peach:
Comedy of Tenors: Judy Fisher
Ruthless: Ronald Clocker
It's a Wonderful Life:
Looking: Joette Borzik