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Mitch Albom's 
TUESDAYS WITH MORRIE

     by Jeffrey Hatcher and Mitch Albom
     based on the book by Mitch Albom 
     directed by Matt Silva

July 10-29, 2018

An old man, a young man, & life's greatest lesson. A hilarious and deeply heartfelt adaptation of the best-selling book.

REVIEWS
"Teti is giving the performance of his life, and it should not be missed." -CulturalCritic [READ MORE]
"If you can get your hands on some for this show before it’s gone at the end of the month, get them" -BestinPhilly [READ MORE]
"A masterfully performed life lesson" -DelcoCultureVultures [READ MORE]

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Running Time: Approximately 80 minutes. There is no intermission

LEARN MORE: "Nearly 20 years after his death, Morrie Schwartz lives on" -Boston Globe [Read]

Meet the Cast of Tuesdays with Morrie

Sean Close

Sean Close

Tom Teti

Tom Teti

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Creative Team - Tuesdays with Morrie

Directed by Matt Silva
Starring: Sean Close and Tom Teti
Scenic Designer: Dirk Durossette
Lighting Designer: James Leitner
Costume Designer:  Jillian Keys
Sound Designer: John Stovicek
Properties Designer: Eric Baker
Stage Manager: Tom Helmer
Technical Director: Aram Mouradian
Understudies: Richard Blanck (for Morrie), Jed Krivisky
(for Mitch)

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Community Partner Night

The Upper Dublin Public Library Thursday, July 26 is our Community Partner Night. A portion of all tickets sales on this evening will go to Upper Dublin Public Library.

The Upper Dublin Public Library has come a long way since it originated in a 1932 East Oreland Elementary School classroom as the East Oreland Public Library. Since then, the benefits of membership have expanded and grown, making today’s Upper Dublin Public Library (the official name since 1965) busier and better than ever!

The UDPL’s success is largely due to the dedicated and caring staff and volunteers and to the generous Upper Dublin residents who have supported us over the years. It takes a lot more than we have to keep the UDPL a vital and enriching resource. We are grateful to everyone who contributes time and funds to our services.

There are many ways to play an active role in the UDPL’s continued success. Volunteer your time and talents, donate unwanted books and movies to our book sale; or dedicate a new book in the collection in celebration or memory of a loved one.