SENECA FALLS, NY, February 14, 2019 

Seneca Community Players announced today that the first show of their upcoming 47th season will be Miracle on South Division Street.

A reflection of his Buffalo, NY roots, this blue collar comedy written by Tom Dudzick is a warm-hearted, humorous and affecting study of a family’s struggle with a changing world.  Ever since that miraculous night in 1942 when the Blessed Mother appeared to Grandpa in his barbershop, the Nowak family has long held the belief that their family was specially chosen by God. Intent on sharing the news of this miracle, daughter Ruth plans to write and star in a one women show so the whole world will know about this beacon of hope amidst the urban rubble.

Directed by John King or Waterloo NY, Miracle on South Division Street will be presented in the Academy Square, North Park Theater on March 22, 23, 24 and March 29, 30 and 31.

Cast in the part of Ruth Nowak is SCP newcomer Sarah Larysz.  Currently living in Seneca Falls, a Manufacturing Engineer at at ITT Goulds Pumps, Larysz previously volunteered with the Bristol Valley Theater in Naples NY.

William Barr, another SCP newcomer of Clifton Springs, NY will play the part of Jimmy Nowak. Barr works at Labco in Palmyra NY, as he prepares to attend graduate school.

SCP veterans Melissa Witchey of Seneca Falls, a document specialist for ITT Goulds Pumps, will play the part of Beverly Nowak, the oldest of the Nowak children, and Lyons CSD teacher Joanne Saracino of Phelps will play the role of Clara Nowak, mother to Beverly, Ruth and Jimmy.

To learn more about this production, please contact the director John King. (315) 745-9046 jking1275@rochester.rr.com or visit Seneca Community Players on FB and senecacommunityplayers.org