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The Cultural Arts Playhouse’s intimate theatre, which opened last winter in Mamaroneck, is proud to present its first main stage production for the community. Breaking Up is Hard to Do, featuring the songs of Neil Sedaka, will open October 9th, 2009 and run through November 1st, 2009. The theatre is at 931 E. Boston Post Road, Mamaroneck.

This charming musical comedy features Neil Sedaka hits such as “Laughter in the Rain”, “Stupid Cupid”, “Sweet Sixteen” and, of course, “Breaking Up is Hard to Do.”

Breaking Up Is Hard to Do is at the Cultural Arts Playhouse in Mamaroneck.

Breaking Up Is Hard to Do will be the Cultural Arts Playhouse in Mamaroneck.

Cultural Arts Playhouse is proud to be the Westchester Premier of this exciting new show. Cultural Arts Playhouse produced this show at its Long Island Theatre two years ago, and it met with wild critical and commercial success. This show features a cast and crew made up of local talent and talent from New York City. They have been hard at work rehearsing in NYC and are extremely excited as opening night approaches.

Call 914-630-0804 for tickets or see Cultural Arts Playhouse for details. We offer group rates, senior and student tickets and other specials and giveaways.

Cultural Arts Playhouse, or CAP. is a full time theatre company. CAP owns and operates two theatres on Long Island, where they have been in business for 15 years, and now are thrilled to have opened our third space in Mamaroneck. We offer year round, professional theatre for adults and Young People’s Theatre (fully produced shows cast entirely with young people), classes and workshops for young people and many other exciting cultural programs.

Daniel J. Ferrante is the musical supervisor at CAP.

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