South Camden Theatre Company Continues Its 10th Anniversary Season With A Production Of Agnes Of God By John Pielmeier

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South Camden Theatre Company Continues its 10th Anniversary Season with a  Production of AGNES OF GOD by John Pielmeier

1888 PressRelease ­ South Camden Theatre Company, a nonprofit professional theatre company located in  Camden, New Jersey continues its 10th season titled "A Season of Faith" with a production of AGNES OF GOD  written by John Pielmeier and directed by Joseph M. Paprzycki. Production Opens January 9 and runs Through  January 25, 2014 on Fridays and Saturdays at 8p.m. and Sundays at 2p.m. Philadelphia, PA­NJ  ­ South Camden Theatre Company, a nonprofit professional theatre company located in  Camden, New Jersey continues its 10th season titled "A Season of Faith" with a production of AGNES OF  ...view middle of the document...

 The play first opened on  Broadway in 1982 and won a Tony Award for best featured actress in a play for Amanda Plummer, as Agnes. Producing Artistic Director Joseph M. Paprzycki states, "AGNES OF GOD by John Pielmieier is a perfect fit for  our tenth season, 'A Season of Faith' as we bring this moving play of faith and psychology to South Camden  Theatre Company. Producing this stunning work is our way of saying thank you to Msgr. Michael Doyle and  Sacred Heart parish for allowing us to launch SCTC in their church basement for our first five years." All performances will be held Friday and Saturday evenings at 8 p.m. and Sunday afternoons at 2:00 p.m. at  the 96­seat Waterfront South Theatre located at 400 Jasper Street in Camden, New Jersey. Tickets are  available for purchase for $20 online at, by calling 1­866­811­4111 or  at the door. For more information about South Camden Theatre Company, please visit Follow the company on Twitter at ( @ ) SCTC1 and on Facebook at www dot  facebook dot com/SouthCamdenTheatreCompany dot About South Camden Theatre Company, Inc. The South Camden Theatre Company is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit professional theatre company dedicated to  helping revitalize the City of Camden, New Jersey by producing meaningful, professional theater in the City's  Waterfront South District. Founded by a playwright, the South Camden Theatre Company stages seldom­ seen, classic plays and original works as the resident theatre company at Waterfront South Theatre. South  Camden Theatre Company is a proud member of The New Jersey Theatre Alliance, South Jersey Cultural 

Alliance, and the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance. For more information on South Camden Theatre  Company and Waterfront South Theatre, visit ###

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