A Man of No Importance

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A Man of No Importance

"This beautiful major musical is everything but pretension" (Newsday). Opening at Lincoln Center Theatre in October 2002, created by the team that produced Ragtime, i.e. Terence McNally, Stephen Flaherty, and Lynn Ahrens, it has Irish wit and deep emotion expressed in the struggles of Alfie Byrne, a Dublin bus conductor, the spirit behind an amateur theater troupe performing at St. Imelda's church hall. While their new production of Oscar Wilde's Salome, is creating a moral crisis for their lovable company, inside the heart of Alfie Byrne, the unforgettable hero, another struggle is unfolding in touching musical expression. Bill Hammond, Ron Herman, Sarajane Fondiller, Sandra Boysen, Lynn Kinsman, and Lew Ward-Baker head the cast under the musical direction of Thom Snell. Mary Lyubomirsky directs and Nancy Fancher choreographs the fun and games.

Come at 7:00 p.m. on Friday and enjoy an informative prologue hosted by well known writer and Provocateur-in-Residence, Mark Hare.

Come at 7:00 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday and enjoy an informative prologue hosted by the Artistic Director of the Rochester Gay Men's Chorus, Dr. Robert Strauss.

Advance ticket sales are $15, $18 at the door.
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First Unitarian Church of Rochester 220 Winton Road South
Rochester, NY 14610