Windham Center Stage Theater is proud to present “Sentimental Journey,” a musical review of its last 30 years of productions with selections from shows to come, the last weekend of July.

Director and Mistress of Ceremonies, Catherine Ryder, has been busy searching the archives for past favorites to revisit for this 30th Anniversary celebration. The evening includes a brief history of the origins and development of the theatre, lots of music and dance, and slideshows of past productions.

Here is a chance to see your favorite show tunes performed by some of our veteran actors. Matthew Ryder and friends will perform “God Save the People” from Godspell; a chorus of 20 children will perform selections from Annie, Sound of Music, and Oliver; and you don’t want to miss the chance to see Chicago’s Cell Block Tango performed by a bevy of “over 40” beauties. Other featured performers include Kerry Dyer, Dawn Sample, Tony Farides, Deb Sevee, Barb Stauble, Mary Wassick, Jess Morrison, Jean Thornton, Joanne Rawlings-Sekunda, Philip Hobby, and musical accompaniment by Nicholas Place.

Performances for “Sentimental Journey” will be at the beautiful and air-conditioned Windham High School Auditorium, Friday and Saturday, July 29 and 30 at 8 p.m. and Sunday, July 31 at 2 p.m. Tickets are available at the door or by calling 893-2098, $10 seniors/students and $12 for adults. Please join us as we travel down Memory Lane with Windham Center Stage Theater.

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