Upcoming Show

HELLO DOLLY! OPENS JUNE 10, 2022

Broadway at The Belmont

Hello Dolly
06/10/22

Hello, Dolly!

A Musical on The Main Stage

Book by Michael Stewart / Music and Lyrics by Jerry Herman / Based on the play  “The Matchmaker” by Thornton Wilder

Sponsored by
WIN BRADLEY & FAMILY

 

Supporting Sponsors
BUCHMEYER’S POOLS                                                                                                             M&T BANK                                                                                                                             OSS HEALTH

York Little Theatre was the first theatre invited to perform this show after it’s initial Broadway run back in the day! The Belmont is proud to bring back this musical adaptation of Thornton Wilder’s hit play “The Matchmaker.” The show bursts with humor, romance, energetic dance, and some of the greatest songs in musical theatre history. The romantic and comic exploits of Dolly Gallagher-Levi, turn-of-the-century matchmaker and “woman who arranges things,” are certain to thrill and entertain.  The show’s unforgettable songs include “Put On Your Sunday Clothes,” Before The Parade Passes By,” Hello, Dolly!,” It Only Takes a Mont,” and more!

08/05/22

The Elephant Man

A Drama in the Grumbacher Studio
by Bernard Pomerance

Sponsored by                                                                                                                       ATTY. JACK HARTMAN & DOCTOR JULIE DROLET

 

Joseph Merrick is a man so physically deformed that he became known as the “Elephant Man.” With very few options open to him, Merrick (whose first name is John in Pomerance’s play) is forced to display himself to the public in travelling sideshows. Eventually, however, he finds himself alone and destitute in London. Due to the kindness of one Dr. Frederick Treves, Merrick is soon admitted into the London Hospital for care and observation. Treves becomes determined to help Merrick lead a normal life, and Merrick soon becomes the toast of society. In the end however, John Merrick, The Elephant Man, finds that normality isn’t something he can achieve, or that he even necessarily wants.

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