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Dudzick's been busy!

Tom Dudzick reading, Irish celebrations, and bubble tea


On the heels of the Shea's 710 announcement that MusicalFare will remount its sold out smash world premiere of Buffalo native Tom Dudzick's Christmas Over the Tavern comes a reading of another new Dudzick comedy, The Ghost of Seymour Street. “At the height of a blizzard, three people find themselves trapped in a haunted house in Buffalo. It’s the boyhood home of paranormal author Peter Wisniewski who has arrived with his lady love and her child to make the home their love nest," previews the playwright. "But they’re up against the house’s angry tenant, the ghost of Peter’s dead father who wants them out!”


The reading takes place March 18 at 7 p.m. at the Kavinoky Theatre on the D'Youville campus , 320 Porter Avenue, Buffalo. Dudzick narrates the play, which stars Steve and Kelly Copps, and Isaac Fesmire. Tickets are $25 and include a welcome reception with Dudzick and the cast after the reading and talkback. Call 829-7668 or visit kavinokytheatre.com.


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