Summer Stock at the JCC!

July 12, 2017 to July 14, 2017

Philip Chosky Performing Arts Program Performing Arts Camp 2017 presents

All Shook Up, Jr.

All Shook Up, inspired by and featuring the songs of Elvis Presley, performed by a troupe of wildly talented JCC Performing Arts Campers.

Performances:

Wednesday, July 12 • 7 PM
Thursday, July 13 • 2 PM
Thursday, July 13 • 7 PM
Friday, July 14 • 2 PM

Agnes and Joseph Katz Performing Arts Center, 5738 Darlington Road, Squirrel Hill

Tickets: $10/General; $7/Students & Seniors
In advance: 412-339-5414 or at the Centerfit Desk
At the door 30 minutes before the show.

The Lion King, Jr.

South Hills JCC’s Performing Arts Camp will perform The Lion King Jr. for parents and friends on Thursday, July 13, at 6 pm., and for the entire camp on Friday, July 14, after Shabbat.

 

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Apr 19
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