Join a judicious cast of characters on June 20 at the Old Town Newhall Library for a unique theatrical experience: Law & Order: REP, which promises to be a night of suspense and thrills.
In the style of the popular “Evening With The REP” events, as the scales of justice teeter between guilt and innocence (and your glass of wine between empty and full), you’ll play the jury in three intriguing, humorous and memorable courtroom scenes.
Law & Order: REP is generously sponsored by the Reape-Rickett Law Firm and Kirsten Moomey, with Wolf Creek Brewery sponsoring the beer.
Vignettes from the plays “Nuts,” “The Last Days of Judas Iscariot” and “A Few Good Men” will be performed during the evening, which begins at 7 pm on the patio of the Old Town Newhall Library. When the judge calls for a recess, guests will enjoy light appetizers from Salt Creek Grille, delicious desserts and all the beer and wine legally allowed.
The REP’s famous silent auction will be held throughout the evening, with a wide selection of items to bid on, with all proceeds going to programs and operations at the theater. Some of the items featured on the auction block include deluxe Dodger ticket packages, tours of local historic sites (that include guides and picnic lunches), gift baskets, original artworks, theater tickets, a bourbon/cigar basket, tickets to Disneyland and many other unique items.
In addition, Princess Cruises has donated a four-day getaway cruise that will be raffled off, with tickets priced at $30 each. Tickets will be pulled in a ‘reverse opportunity drawing’ manner the night of the event, with the cruise being awarded to the holder of the last remaining ticket. Winner does not need to be present to win and tickets may be purchased through the REP box office prior to June 20. Only 100 tickets will be sold.
Tickets are $120 per couple or $65 for individuals. Silent Auction will run from 7-9:30pm: attire for the evening is courtroom casual (no ties required, the hanging judge is on vacation). The Old Town Newhall Library is located at 24500 Main Street in Newhall, at the intersection of Main Street and Lyons Avenue.
Law & Order: REP is a benefit to support the Repertory East Playhouse, a 501c3 Not For Profit Organization. All donations are deductible as permitted by law. To purchase tickets or get additional information about the event, please visit our website at www.the-rep.org or call (661) 288-0000.
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