Opening tomorrow night and running the weekend of February 22-24 we our proud to present our toe tapping music revue Those Were the Days with our third installment Those Were the Days Part 3: Feelin' the Funk! Songs of the 70's! If you've missed our previous two installments you definitely don't want to miss this one!

The show will take place at the PAC at Sussex County Community College in Newton, N.J. Friday and Saturday shows at 8 p.m. and a Sunday matinee at 2 p.m.
Not only is this show a fun time for all but this event is also a fundraiser for the Alex Kloian recovery fund.

The Kloian's are a family very much involved here at Drama Geek Studios and Alex recently suffered a heart attack. Alex Kloian is a husband, father of three, and active member of his community. Over the ten years he has lived in Sparta, he has donated nearly a thousand hours to his town and county, coordinating, running, and training teams for the Community Emergency Response Team.

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He has manned shelters during natural disasters, set up Go-To Centers, and provided first aid at community events. He has also been employed at the same company for 20 years. He has a child at the Sparta Middle School, and senior at Sparta High School, and a student at Sussex County Community College.

On February 5 Alex suffered a massive heart attack. The immediate surgery he underwent at the Morristown Medical Center saved his life. He spent four days in the hospital as they tried to decide if his heart could withstand another surgery. After being moved out of critical care, the decision was made for Alex to be put on various medications and to hold off on another surgery, as his heart is currently very weak.

Although another surgery is not currently on the table, medication, cardiac rehabilitation, monitoring and a wearable defibrillator are. Unfortunately, Alex's family does not have health insurance and Alex has been put on  unpaid leave from work for an unknown amount of time. The Kloian family is so grateful for the care he received at Morristown Medical Center, but the medical bills are tremendous and will continue to grow. So we ask you to please come out, have a great time, and make a donation to help this wonderful family out!

For tickets go to: or                           or call 973-512-8251