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Theatre benefit tickets still available

Tickets remain available for the 10th Annual Theatre Scholarship Benefit, which will feature alumni David Alford and Paul Carroll Binkley in A Christmas Memory, a two-man play based on the personal remembrances of Truman Capote.

Sponsored by Friends of the Austin Peay Playhouse, the evenings activities begin at 6:15 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 9 in the Customs House Museum and Cultural Center, Clarksville.

The deadline for reservations is Dec. 5. At $50 per person, tickets are sold on a first-come, first-served basis, and tables of eight are encouraged.
Tickets remain available for the 10th Annual Theatre Scholarship Benefit, which will feature alumni David Alford and Paul Carroll Binkley in “A Christmas Memory,” a two-man play based on the personal remembrances of Truman Capote.

Sponsored by Friends of the Austin Peay Playhouse, the evening's activities begin at 6:15 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 9 in the Customs House Museum and Cultural Center, Clarksville.

The deadline for reservations is Dec. 5. At $50 per person, tickets are sold on a first-come, first-served basis, and tables of eight are encouraged.

The dinner, offered with a selection of wines, includes beef tenderloin with wild mushroom sauce, smoked salmon with cucumber dill sauce and peppermint cheesecake. Champagne and chocolates will be served in the lobby immediately following the performance.

Both Alford and Binkley have established themselves on the regional and national stageAlford with his acclaimed acting and Binkley with his exceptional musical talents. Together, they are reprising roles they have performed together more than 100 times over the past decade.

To make reservations for the Theatre Scholarship Benefit, telephone (931) 221-7378.