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Bergen County Players, inc.

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45 SECONDS FROM BROADWAY PRESS RELEASE

Oct 13, 2014

Continuing 82 Years of continuous Community Theater, The Bergen County Players (BCP) presents Neil Simon’s comedy, 45 Seconds from Broadway. Directed by Iris Weinhoue,



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BERGEN COUNTY PLAYERS RECEIVES 5 PERRY AWARDS FROM NJACT!

Sep 22, 2014

Congratulation to the ALL BCP Perry Award Winners! 



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Bergen County Players Presents Donation to Benefit Animal Shelter

Sep 15, 2014
On behalf of the Bergen County Players in Oradell, President Margie Druss Fodor, and BCP Charity Chair Sheldon Stone presented an $1,800 check to the Ramapo-Bergen Animal Refuge. 


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THE DROWSY CHAPERONE PRESS RELEASE

Aug 19, 2014
Bergen County Players Opens Its 82nd Season with Five-Time TONY AWARD Winning Musical, THE DROWSY CHAPERONE
 


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BERGEN COUNTY PLAYERS RECEIVES 19 PERRY NOMINATIONS FROM NJACT!

Aug 6, 2014

Congratulation to the ALL BCP Perry Award Nominees! 



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BERGEN COUNTY PLAYERS ANNOUNCES ITS 2014-2015 SEASON

Jul 17, 2014

BCP to open its 82nd Season with Five-Time Tony Award Winning Musical, The Drowsy Chaperone



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MY FAVORITE WIFE PRESS RELEASE

May 30, 2014

BERGEN COUNTY PLAYERS CLOSES ITS 81ST SEASON WITH MY FAVORITE WIFE



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RUTHLESS! PRESS RELEASE

Apr 18, 2014

BERGEN COUNTY PLAYERS TO CONCLUDE ITS 81ST MAINSTAGE SEASON WITH THE NEW YORK OUTER CRITICS CIRCLE AWARD-WINNING MUSICAL RUTHLESS!



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TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD PRESS RELEASE

Mar 5, 2014

BERGEN COUNTY PLAYERS TO PRESENT HARPER LEE’S COURAGEOUS AND TIMELESS STORY OF SOUTHERN LIFE AND CHILDHOOD IN TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD 



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Midbergen "Around the World in 80 Days" Review

Feb 15, 2014

"...the play certainly is a lot of fun, with throwaway lines, numerous puns, and ridiculous anachronisms, all keeping the play fresh and moving, pulling the audience along with it from the  first train whistle to the final scene, and the whole world in between."



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