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Oliver! Returns to the Royersford Baptist Church

Oliver! the musical, a freely based adaptation of the classic Charles Dickens novel Oliver Twist, is the rousing tale of a young orphan boy surrounded by scoundrels large and small in 1890's London.

Come see young Oliver, played by Tommy Bakay, encounter an array of friends and foes alike. The show includes many memorable songs including "Food, Glorious Food", “Consider Yourself”, "It's a Fine Life" and "You've Got To Pick a Pocket or Two."

The more than 50 youth and adult cast and crew members of RBC Players will present Oliver! on Wednesday, August 12 thru Saturday, August 15.

Pick up your reserved tickets when doors open at 7pm. Curtain time will be 7:30pm. The show will be performed in the air conditioned Fellowship Hall at Royersford Baptist Church, 452 South Lewis Road, one block south of Spring-Ford High School.

All Tickets are $8.00
To make Reservations, visit the RBC website at www.rbcabc.org
Reservations also can be made by phone at 610-948-4170.

Light Refreshments will be available during Intermission.

Music, Lyrics and Book by Lionel Bart. Licensed by Arrangement with Oliver Productions, Ltd. and Oliver Promotions, Ltd.

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