The Paul “Hook” O’Malley Ancient Order of Hibernians Division #4 will present a free movie night at the Circle Drive-In on Saturday, March 13. The doors will open at 5:15 p.m. “The Quiet Man” will begin at 6:15 p.m., followed by the movie “Rudy”.
Shown from left: Rob Sherry, John Fletcher, Father Richard Fox, Bob McAndrew, Dave Castelli, general manager of the Circle Drive-In; Mark McDade, Kevin Donovan, Keith Oleski, Joseph Holland, Michael Robinson, Jerry Murray, Rob Fletcher, and Patrick O’Malley, president.
Ballet Theatre of Scranton, under the artistic direction of Joanne Arduino, will present its 45th annual performances of “The Nutcracker” quite differently this season, but the tradition of their gift to the community will continue!
In partnership with Goodwill’s Theater at North and sponsored by the Charles DeNaples family, the production will be presented at the Circle Drive In on Nov. 20 and 21st at 5 and 8 pm. Admission is free and the first 300 cars will be admitted. Kick off the holiday season and enjoy the comfort of your own car as you and your family view visions of sugarplums on the big screen!
Dunmore’s Celia Eagen will be featured in the role of Clara. Additionally, on Dec 23-26, FOX 56 will present the production on their stations WOLF, WSWB and WQMY. Check local listings for air times.
For additional information, call Ballet Theatre of Scranton at 570-347-2867 or visit us on the web at www.balletscranton.org
The Double “R” Twirlettes recently held their recital on the “Big Screen” at the Circle Drive-In. It was a night to celebrate the Twirlettes and their hard work, dedication, and resilience during this very unprecedented season. Since the show was prerecorded and viewed at the drive-in, the Twirlettes were able to enjoy safely while following current restrictions.
Group members who participated included, from left: Jordan Gioupis, Kali Mercatili, and Allie Taffera.