Arts & Leisure

Sweet musical gets a second chance

AFTER THE SHOW was put on hold in the spring of 2020 because of the pandemic, the cast of “Tuck Everlasting” works out a big show-stopping number in a recent rehearsal. The MCP production opens at Town Hall Theater on April 14. Pictured, left to right, are, front row: Mary Cosgrove and Rachael Nagy-Benson; back row: Jade Edwards, Sarah Heath, Lonny Edwards, Mara Urban, Kai Correll, Ethan DeWitt, Ella Kozak and Kathleen Smith. Photo by David Devine

Kristen Ginsburg assembled a production team, cast the roles and started rehearsing the show in January 2020. Opening night was scheduled for the first week of May. Then the pandemic hit.

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