They say “the third time’s the charm” so Curtain Call is excited to have recently kicked off its 31st season on Sept. 17 with 1776, the Tony Award-winning musical comedy, which opened on Broadway in 1969. Performances will be held in The Kweskin Theatre at the Sterling Farms Theatre Complex, Newfield Avenue in Stamford through Oct. 9.
“1776 was the first Broadway musical I saw," said Lou Ursone, Curtain Call's executive director. "I absolutely fell in love with it and the characters. I’ve been a huge history buff ever since.” Ursone stars in the role of John Adams which he has played before here in Stamford, Darien, and with the Ocean State Theatre Company in Rhode Island.