As part of ongoing efforts to maintain their playhouse building, and raise money to improve their pipes — the plumbing ones; their voices, we can report, are in fine form — the many folks who comprise Worcester County Light Opera Company will be producing, appropriately enough, seven performances of the Tony Award-winning musical “Urinetown.”
Evolving from light opera to musical theater, WCLOC is in its 80th year as a nonprofit theater company and is the oldest live theater troupe in Worcester. It seeks $20,000 to perform plumbing upgrades to their Grandview Playhouse at 21 Grandview Ave. The group started a GoFundMe campaign with a goal of $5,000 but had raised only $175 after several weeks.
According to Lenny McGuire, music director for WCLOC’s “Urinetown” production, the company has until June 29 to raise the remainder of the money.
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