That is just what Studio Theatre of Bath will offer on Sunday, Oct 5 when they present a benefit show for Sagadahoc Preservation and Grace Episcopal Church. The title invites you to imagine the big dish of ice cream you treated yourself to or that song you sing along with on the radio – you know – the one you don’t want your friends to know you even listen to. You get the idea. In this show Studio Theatre will indulge you with some of their favorites, making you feel good and leaving you with no regrets. An Afternoon of Guilty Pleasures will take place at Winter Street Center, 880 Washington Street at three o’clock.

The skillful and fun loving Vince Shatto will emcee the performance. As usual, Studio Theatre has many gifted singers and actors bringing plenty of talent and wit. There will be musical performances by Benjamin Proctor, Tracy Kay, John Mynahan, Lizzy Snyder, Courtney O’brien and SPI’s own Cathy Matero. The audience will enjoy the dramatic and comedic talents of April Joy Purinton, Lee Leiner, Newton Dubs and Wanda McNeil as well as a mesmerizing sword-balancing routine by the enchanting Bella Lisa Caruolo.

The show finale includes an exclusive treat as Studio Theatre presents the debut performance of Sojourn, a Moody Blues cover band. With veteran musicians Chris Doehne on electric guitar, Tate Gale on drums, Parker Kenyon on bass and flute, Mark McNeil on keyboards and flute, and Jerry Perron on acoustic guitar, the band recreates the magical sound of the Moodys’ vintage recordings. Be a time traveler on a long distance voyage, and come sing along to your favorite Moody Blues songs!

Tickets are $12 and available at the door as well as on sale in advance at Centre Street Arts Gallery. You may also reserve by calling 443-2174. For more information visit or follow Studio Theatre of Bath and Sagadahoc Preservation Inc on Facebook.

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