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  • “A Night in the Slammer, A Day in the Clink” to be shown at Museum

  • An original play, “A Night in the Slammer, A Day in the Clink.” written by Larry Ann Evans and Anne Salerno for the Wayne County Historical Society, will be performed Sept. 14 through 16 at the Museum.

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  • An original play, “A Night in the Slammer, A Day in the Clink.” written by Larry Ann Evans and Anne Salerno for the Wayne County Historical Society, will be performed Sept. 14 through 16 at the Museum.
    “A Night in the Slammer, a Day in the Clink” is a progressive play that will lead the audience through a voyeuristic journey through the museum as pieces of history from the old jail come to life. The play highlights five former criminals from the Wayne County Jail from 1860-1956. Audience members will even be served a Jailhouse meal of beef stew, cornbread, cider and dessert.
    The cast is composed of Jenifer Albanese, Pat Alena, Travis Anstee, Alex Calvo, Jessica Edgington, Jacob Gifford, Doug Lowe, Matthew Owen, Odin Patanzo, Donna Schuldt, Lt. Steve Sklenar, Stuart Smart (Lyons), Irene Cheney (Marion), Brennan Bastedo and Ally Fenton (Clyde), Judie Lyons (Geneva), Kelsey Raymond (Savannah), and Diana Mourey, Debra Collins, and George and Linda Stevenson (Newark).
    The show will be Sept. 14 through 16. Friday shows are  sold out except for the 8pm show. Saturday available show times are 5, 6 and 8 p.m., Sunday available show times are noon. Tickets are adults $20, seniors and students $15.
    There are only 10 seats available for each show. Reservations are required for all shows by calling the Museum at 946-4943. Payment must be made by Sept. 11. No tickets will be sold at the door.
    This new play concept is an exciting way to experience theatre up close and personal, giving you a behind the scenes look at life at the old jail.  
    For more information, call 946-4943 or visit www.waynehistory.org.

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