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Published On: Wed, Mar 15th, 2017

Susan Seidelman’s ‘Boynton Beach Club’ premieres March 16, exploring the new ‘dating game’ rules

The world premiere of the heartwarming musical romantic comedy, Boynton Beach Club, will take place on Thursday, March 16 at 8 p.m. at the Manatee
Performing Arts Center.

Boynton Beach Club explores our amazing capacity to rebound and fall in love again – at any age. It’s the story of aging South Florida Baby Boomers whose lives intersect at a local Bereavement Club, where some have gone to find emotional support and companionship after the loss of a loved one. Soon they find themselves back in the “dating game” after decades of married life, only to discover that all the rules have changed.

Boynton Beach Club offers an honest and optimistic look toward aging– a hot topic today, as Baby Boomers enter their retirement years. Rather than a nostalgic look back at the past, this is a view to the future, with a score full of new, original songs.

The book for Boynton Beach Club is by Susan Seidelman, an award-winning film director whose credits include Desperately Seeking Susan starring Madonna, She-Devil starring Meryl Streep and HBO’s Sex and the City. Seidelman also co-wrote and directed the film version of Boynton Beach Club. Ned Paul Ginsburg, a noted composer/orchestrator, has composed the original score; his Broadway credits include Aladdin and Beauty and the
Beast.

The premiere is being directed by Producing Artistic Director of the Manatee Performing Arts Center, Rick Kerby.

Showtimes for Boynton Beach Club are 7:30 p.m. Wednesdays, 8:00 p.m. Thursdays through Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays. The show plays the mainstage from March 16th through April 2nd.

Tickets to Boynton Beach Club are available at the Manatee Performing Arts Center Box Office, 502 Third Ave. West Bradenton, Florida 34205, by phone at 941.748.5875 and online at www.manateeperformingartscenter.com.

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