Main Street Theatre Works is a professionally-oriented, rural theatre company performing at the

Kennedy Mine Amphitheatre in Jackson, California, Amador County. Enjoy a picnic, followed by

classical, comedy, and contemporary plays under the stars in a beautiful amphitheatre.

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"It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. . ."
 
Doctor Manette has just been released from an 18-year imprisonment
in the Bastille in Paris, to live in London with his daughter Lucie,
whom he has never met. The story is set against the conditions that led up to
the French Revolution and the Reign of Terror.
Join us for MSTW’s 9th re-creation of a broadcast from 1938 The Mercury Theater
On The Air radio series, which originally featured Orson Welles and
his company members. Last year MSTW performed The 39 Steps,
and this year we will be recreating the Charles Dickens classic A Tale of Two Cities.  
Don't miss this 2-day only radio show event, Nov 2nd @ 8pm & Nov 3rd @ 2pm.
NEW LOCATION ~ the newly refurbished Sutter Creek Historic Grammar School,
110 Broad Street, Sutter Creek, CA. 
$25 ticket includes dessert bar, coffee/tea, and the show.
Seating is very limited so get your tickets early!
Sponsored by:
Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort & the Sutter Creek Community Benefit Foundation

In 1938, Orson Welles began adapting classic literature for radio. 

Main Street Theatre Works pays homage to Orson, with their

9th Annual live radio show of  A Tale of Two Cities, November 2nd & 3rd. And, as a sample of what to expect, KVGC Radio will air MSTW’s past production of The 39 Steps, Wednesday, October 23rd  & 30th at 7pm. 

If you live in Amador or Calaveras county, tune in to 96.5FM or 1340 AM to catch the broadcast. And if you're out of the area, you can listen to a

live stream online at KVGCRADIO.COM

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