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"No Day But Today" - RENT Alumni Remember Friend in a Final Reunion Concert

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LITTLE FALLS, NJ – The cast of the 2008 production of RENT: School Edition is set to return to the stage in a one night only benefit concert on Sunday, July 15 at 7 p.m. at Passaic Valley High School in Little Falls.

The Passaic Valley Summer Theater alumni will come together after a decade to honor their late friend and cast member. 

"There's no warmer place than with this group of people, all coming back together to remember our beautiful, beautiful Justin Stevens,” says Andrew K. Meyer, who played Tom Collins in the 2008 production. Stevens passed away in 2013.

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Tickets for the event can be purchased at the door for a donation of $10. Proceeds will go to the Passaic Valley Education Foundation and Broadway Cares/Equity Fights Aids in honor of Stevens.

The concert precedes Passaic Valley Summer Theater’s all-new production of RENT: School Edition and will feature members of the new cast on stage supporting the alumni. Tickets for the full production can be purchased at the concert.

Visit Passaic Valley Summer Theater on Facebook for continuous updates on this summer’s upcoming performances.

Passaic Valley Summer Theater is a student performing arts program sponsored by the Passaic Valley Education Foundation, a non-profit community organization. For more information about the program and the foundation, visit www.PVSTheater.com

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