Mansfield Residents to Perform at Riverside Theatre Works

Mikayla Sabatino will appear at Riverside Theatre Works
Mikayla Sabatino will appear at Riverside Theatre Works
Riverside Theatre Works in Hyde Park will conclude its March Concert Series with two crowd-pleasing shows, on March 22 and 29.

On Saturday, March 22, Riverside will present its annual reunion show. That’s Entertainment: A Night with Oscar and Tony will feature a host of talented performers, all of whom have trod the boards at RTW in the past or are currently wowing audiences in performances at the theatre and beyond. More than 30 performers from surrounding communities will grace the stage in a wide-ranging selection of musical numbers. The evening will be hosted by Mansfield’s own P.J. Terranova, who began his career at RTW 33 years ago with founding director Marietta Phinney. RTW was his "stepping stone" to Broadway and national and international theatrical tours. P.J.’s co-host is Borana Ramizi, and the show is written and directed by Marietta Phinney and Pauline E. Gilmartin.

Kelly Sabatino and Mikayla Sabatino, also from Mansfield, appear in the show.

The multi-talented Tracey O’Farrell performs her one-woman cabaret, Forget You, on Saturday, March 29, directed by well-known cabaret performing artist John O’Neil. In Forget You, Tracey explores the dark side of romance, from break-ups to moving on. This one woman show is a light-hearted evening of songs and stories including pop, Broadway and country, with special guest performances by Boston talents Joe Berry and Leigh Barrett. Pianist Jim Rice will accompany Tracey and her guests.

Both concerts begin at 8:00 p.m. Tickets range from $15 to $25 and can be purchased in advance by visiting rtwboston.org or by calling 1-866-811-4111. Riverside Theatre Works is located at 45 Fairmount Ave., Hyde Park, MA.

About Riverside Theatre Works

Riverside Theatre Works, the only live theater venue in Hyde Park, is dedicated to bringing quality theater to the surrounding area – and enriching lives with exposure to the arts.RTW strives to reach a diverse community through affordable ticket prices, scholarships and outreach programs, all while nurturing the talents of local artists.


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