Play To Benefit Monmouth County Child Advocacy Center
A play that premieres this weekend at the Spring Lake Community House will benefit the Monmouth County Child Advocacy Center.
The play, called Disorderly Conduct, will kick off tomorrow night (Friday January 30th) at 8:00pm. There will also be performances Saturday the 31st as well as February 6th, 7th, 13th and 14th, all at 8:00pm.
The play has been described as "Law & Order meets The Sopranos". The comedy was written by Greg Schweers, a veteran of the Spring Lake stage, as well as a former member of the law enforcement community, having retired as a prosecutor from the Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office in 2012.
Do not miss this wonderful production, and don't miss the opportunity to help The Monmouth County Child Advocacy Center! To get tickets, visit the Spring Lake Theatre website, or call (732) 449-4530.