APTCo wants to thank the following people for helping us with ALWAYS...PATSY CLINE:
Jersey Shore Arts Center Directors Jeanne Power and Andrew McDermott for their help during our time at JSAC and during the show. You are two wonderful people and we appreciate all of the things that you do for our company.
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Jacquie Revier has always helped us with costumes and props in the past and lent us some for this production. Thanks Jacquie! She has always been there for us and we really appreciate her! Jacquie is the owner and head costumer of Playtime Costumes in Freehold, NJ since 2004. Her 3-floor warehouse contains 1000's of iconic costumes, props, and accessories for every show, and if they don't have what you need they can build it to your specifications. Check out Jacquie's website at www.playtimecostumes.com
We wish we had a tenth of the smallest microscopic portion of Neil Prince's talent and kindness. This 5-TIME EMMY NOMINEE is an artist and man for the ages. THANK YOU NEIL PRINCE for all of your hard work and bringing APTCo to the next level. You are a Champion!
Thanks to Joey Walsh and his Dad Jim for helping us build and strike. Not only is Joey an awesome performer (Million Dollar Quartet, American Idiot), he gets his hands dirty building our set and ripping it down. Joey will be headed down to Texas to play Johnny Cash in MDQ. Have a safe trip Joey. We Love the Walsh Boys!!!
Special thanks to John "Brother" Nastasi, and his sidekick Joe Romano (not pictured) for all of their help building and dressing the stage. Brother also leads the charge for ticket sales, by rallying up the members of the Italian-American Association of the Township of Ocean. We also want to thank Mrs. Clark for helping us with the set.
Thanks Brother, Joe & Mrs. Clark!!!