The Scranton Shakespeare Festival recently presented Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at Robert Bellarmine Theatre at Scranton Prep School. The show, directed by Billie Aken Tyers, was presented four times during June and will be presented again on August 3 at 3 p.m.
Laura Petras, left, and Sherri Frankowski, both of Scranton
Matthew Nicosia, 9, left, and Andrew Nicosia, 7, of Spring Brook Township
Doug and Debbie Bilby of Hudson
Marykay Hubbard formerly of Scranton, now of Norfolk, Massachusetts returned to visit her hometown, left, and Marilouise Ruane of Scranton.
Mark and Barbara Stamer of Tunkhannock
Andrea Kneiss of Taylor and Joe Koval of Lake Ariel
From left, Carol Vachino of Taylor and Bobbi and Richard Kimble of Clarks Summit
From left, Sharon Chludzinski of Scranton, Linette Jordan of Clarks Summit and Chris Martin of Scranton
Meagan and Ted Mielczarek of Madison Township
Sarah Beckley of Moscow, left, and Vhalla Otarod of Brooklyn, N.Y.
From left, Sam and Maggie Prudente of Clarks Summit, Betesy Moylan of Jefferson Township and Bob Valentine of Scranton
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