Ludlow prepares for Follies of 2014December 03,2013Ludlow prepares
Follies of 2014
LUDLOW — Friends of Ludlow Auditorium are inviting the public to take part in its “Follies of 2014.”
The event, set to feature music from Hollywood, will hold its first rehearsal Wednesday at 7 p.m. at the Town Hall at 37 Depot St.
“There’s a lot of excellent music that originated in the films and we think it will make for a great evening of song — and some dance,” director Tesha Buss says.
The finished musical revue is scheduled for performance March 29. For more information about the rehearsal, call 228-7239.MORE IN This Just InThe cameras appearing atop some city intersections are a new trigger system for the traffic signals. Full Story
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