MAINE STATE MUSIC THEATRE Artistic Director Curt Clark and the chairwoman of the historical committee, Bunny Andrews, pose Wednesday with items donated by Henry Dalessandris and Martin Perry. MSMT has put a call out to the community for memorabilia to be donated in preparation for the theatre's 60th anniversary diamond jubilee celebration next summer. The sign Clark is holding is from the 1958 Broadway show “Little Women,” which was the only show on Broadway that MSMT founder Victoria Crandall ever did. Andrews said the theater is still seeking donations, and encouraged those with items to bring them to the MSMT offices at 22 Elm St. in Brunswick. Clark said the items donated are original, and one of a kind. If they had not been donated, they could have been lost, he said.

MAINE STATE MUSIC THEATRE Artistic Director Curt Clark and the chairwoman of the historical committee, Bunny Andrews, pose Wednesday with items donated by Henry Dalessandris and Martin Perry. MSMT has put a call out to the community for memorabilia to be donated in preparation for the theatre’s 60th anniversary diamond jubilee celebration next summer. The sign Clark is holding is from the 1958 Broadway show “Little Women,” which was the only show on Broadway that MSMT founder Victoria Crandall ever did. Andrews said the theater is still seeking donations, and encouraged those with items to bring them to the MSMT offices at 22 Elm St. in Brunswick. Clark said the items donated are original, and one of a kind. If they had not been donated, they could have been lost, he said.

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