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Thomaston Savings Bank Donates Money to Landmark Community Theatre for the 2016 Season at the Thomaston Opera House

03/10/2016

Thomaston Savings Bank has donated $15,000 to the Landmark Community Theatre (LCT) in order to continue to bring the performing arts to the Thomaston Opera House and to help LCT offer opportunities where the community may produce, participate in and enjoy the performing arts. LCT seeks to educate all ages in theatre and music and strives to preserve and protect the Opera House as a historic landmark and community space. Built in 1884, the Thomaston Opera House serves as a cultural and educational center for the performing arts in Thomaston and its surrounding towns.

LCT is committed to continuing the high level theatrical productions that it has become known for throughout the region and Thomaston Savings Bank commends LCT for bringing the performing arts back to Thomaston.

LCT is very excited to be entering into its fifth theatrical season managing the Historic Thomaston Opera House. Preparations are underway for the 2016 Season Shows which include: Mrs. O’Brien’s Guide to the Golden Rule, Project Laughs! with Lenny Clarke, The Glass Menagerie, Sister Act, Billy Elliot the Musical, Ring of Fire The  Music of Johnny Cash, Dreamgirls, and The Happy Elf.

CEO of Thomaston Bank Stephen Lewis presents check to Jeff Dunn of the Landmark Community Theatre.

Stephen Lewis, President and CEO of Thomaston Savings Bank (on the right) presents a check to Jeff Dunn, Executive Director of the Landmark Community Theatre (on the left) at the Thomaston Opera House.