Jack Levine of Beacon Falls is the next featured presenter for the 2ND ACT series at the Palace Theater’s Poli Club on March 3 at 6:00 pm. Tickets may be purchased at the Palace Theater’s Box Office, 100 East Main Street, Waterbury, online at palacetheaterct.org or by calling 203.346.2000.
The event includes a light supper with a cash bar available. Sponsors are the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute @ UCONN Waterbury, PEAK Physical Therapy and the Village at East Farms. Tickets are $25) and can be purchased online at http://www.palacetheaterct.org, by phone at 203-346-2000, or in person at the Box Office, 100 East Main St, Waterbury. OLLI (Osher Lifelong Learning Center and AARP members can enjoy a discount and pay$20., but must purchase by phone or in-person.
Levine is really LAUGHING OUT LOUD because he’s having the time of his life! He has truly reinvented himself in his 2ND ACT. AUTHOR, ACTOR, STANDUP COMEDIAN, IMPROV PERFORMER are now all titles that can be applied to Levine’s resume. Fearful of being bored in retirement he decided the key element in his life at this stage of his life had to include fun. So, when he finally retired as Chief Financial Officer of a School District at age 72, he decided to give his right brain a workout and dove into the performing arts and found the journey to be awesome. Jack will use standup comedy, improv, comedy sketches, personal storytelling, acting, and audience participation to entertain as he offers insights and inspiration to his audience to try something new, creative and fun in their own 2ND ACT.
About 2ND ACT
2ND ACT is a storytelling series created in 2018 by the Palace Theater’s Marketing & PR Officer, Sheree Marcucci and features ordinary people sharing the extraordinary things they are doing in the 2ND (half) ACT of their lives! Inspirational, experiential and comical, these after-50 life stories will ignite your own imagination to join the growing community of 2ND ACTers!
About the Palace Theater
The Palace’s primary purpose is to revitalize the Greater Waterbury community through the presentation of the performing arts and educational initiatives in collaboration with area cultural and educational institutions. Its mission is to preserve and operate the historic Palace Theater as a performing arts center and community gathering place that provides a focal point of cultural activity and educational outreach for diverse audiences.
For more information, visit: http://www.palacetheaterct.org.