Youngstown Playhouse – Purple Cat Talent Show

September 23, 2017

September 23, 2017

0:00 To 0:00

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Purple Cat Talent Show

Making its return to the Youngstown Playhouse stage, The Purple Cat is giving you two chances to catch these amazing acts! Tickets have been sent home with our Purple Cat individuals but tickets are also on sale by contacting Amy Rigby via email at Amy@bigpurplecat.com

Date: July 14 and 15

Time: 7PM (Friday) 230PM (Saturday)

Location: 600 Playhouse Ln. Youngstown, OH

Admission: Contact Amy@bigpurplecat.com

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