Lend Me A Tenor

Writers Forum is hosting our annual buyout night at Riverfront Playhouse.  The featured play is five-time Tony winner Lend Me A Tenor, directed by our very own Jennifer Levens.  The play is April 11th at 7:30pm.  Tickets are $20.00 each.

All proceeds go to the Writers Forum Scholarship fund.  We hope to award at least one $500 scholarship to a local senior who excels in writing and is continuing their education at a college or university.  It’s only because of ticket sales that we’re able to make this scholarship possible.  So thank you for supporting young writers and local theater.

To purchase tickets, please leave a comment here or contact the Writers Forum at (530) 515-4828.  Checks can be made out to Writers Forum and mailed to:

Writers Forum

P.O. Box 492282

Redding, CA 96049-2282

Then gather your friends for a great night of local theater.  Here’s what reviewers said about author Ken Ludwig’s Broadway revival of Lend Me A Tenor:

A remarkable piece of theatre … a masterpiece … Author Ken Ludwig has verve, a sound grasp of plot mechanics and a rare ability to couple high art with low comedy.”
The London Times

A rollercoaster of fun for everybody in the building…a solid, constantly accelerating snowball of a comedy!
Phoenix News Times

And just to whet your appetite a bit more, here are some highlights from Lend Me A Tenor:

3 thoughts on “Lend Me A Tenor

  1. I was interested in purchasing two tickets to the Lend Me a Tenor show. Are there any still available and, if so, how do I get them?

  2. excellent choice for a buyout…the weather kept some folks away, but those who braved the elements were rewarded with a tight cast that delivered their lines almost flawlessly. And did I mention it was uproariously funny?

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