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Tune into Market House Theatre's latest monster hit


Broadway has definitely arrived on Kentucky Avenue, which has in the past few years become Paducah's own street of dreams with continued theatrical and musical events of the highest caliber.

And now, "Young Frankenstein" is proudly our latest and memorable new monster hit for the Market House Theatre on this avenue of dreams come true. It abounds with wonderful local acting talent, sharply tuned direction by our own Michael Cochran, musical direction by Pat Lynch, clever and inspired choreography by the multi-talented young Elizabeth Katz and of course the colorful and brilliant costumes by Creatures of Habit.

The clever, tuneful lyrics and music of Mel Brooks and witty and clever book by Mr. Brooks and Thomas Meehan have been beautifully created with beautiful staging by an outstanding technical crew headed by Jim Keeney.

Broadway has never looked so good in Paducah. Buy tickets today and relish every moment of this handsomely mounted "local" production.

Bill Ford


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