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Union Street Players opens our 25th Anniversary season this week with Ayn Rand’s “Night of January 16th.”  The courtroom drama presents a sensational 1936 New York City murder trial. The three act drama provides audience members with plenty of intrigue, suspense, colorful characters and scandalous testimony. The end of the play could be different each night as twelve audience members get to be the jury at each performance. The verdict can be different each night!

Doug DeWolf plays Assistant District Attorney Flint, who is prosecuting the murder case of Karen Andre (Jana DeZwarte). Andre is accused of shooting her former boss and lover and then throwing his body from the balcony of his penthouse apartment. Denise Gregory plays Andre’s defense attorney, who presents a very different explanation of the alleged events.

The People of the State of New York vs. Karen Andre will be tried Thursday, Friday and Saturday night (March 29, 30, and 31) at 7:00 with an additional trial on Sunday (Apr 1) at 2:00 p.m.!

Performances will be on the stage of the Joan Kuyper Farver Auditorium in the Pella Community Center. Tickets can be ordered online by clicking this link or by calling the Union Street Players Box Office at 641-230-1172. Tickets are $8 in advance for adults ($10 at the door) and $6 in advance for students ($8 at the door).

Questions? Call the USP Box Office 641-230-1172 or email us at info@unionstreetplayers.com

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