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Syracuse Stage to offer Happy Hour to patrons
Acoustic blues guitarist Melissa Clark of Hamilton will perform at a pre-performance
happy hour Thursday, April 7, at Syracuse Stage, before the performance of “The Miracle Worker.” Doors open at 6 p.m.
Clark is a cancer survivor who brings a touch of humor and whimsy to her original songs. She has performed in many area coffee shops, festivals and charitable events. The happy hour also partners with 40 Below of Syracuse.
40 Below is an organization created to engage, empower and create a network for young adults in Central New York. One of 40 Below’s missions is to make Syracuse a more well-known city for the arts and culture.
Tickets for those 40 years of age and under are $25 for all performances.
Who: 40 Below and Melissa Clark
What: Half-price alcoholic beverages and complementary snacks to be
When: Thursday, April 7. Doors open at 6 p.m. Clark’s performance
and drink specials continue until the performance of “The Miracle
Worker” begins at 7:30 p.m.
Where: The Syracuse Stage’s Sutton Pavilion: 820 East Genesee St.,
Why: To appeal to younger theater patrons, and provide a more social
atmosphere before the performance.
Contact Person: Kate Monohan