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N.A.C. to perform Young Frankenstein
- Updated: November 10, 2013
In the Neighborhood Acting Company’s (NAC) fall production of Mel Brook’s Young Frankenstein, there is delightful evidence that life imitates art. The story centers around Dr. Frederick Frankenstein, the grandson of the infamous Dr. Victor Frankenstein. In the November musical, Dr. Dan Miga portrays the young Frankenstein. In real life, Dan is a pediatric cardiologist at the Children’s Heart Center at the University of Rochester Medical Center.
Dan first became interested in theater through his daughter. He and she then became involved in local theater groups throughout the Rochester area, and he eventually caught the acting bug. As he says, “Some people golf; I enjoy acting. It’s a great stress reliever.” He brings his scripts to work and, when not with patients, he memorizes his lines, and he has also been known to practice his dance steps in his office. Dan’s family and friends support his acting efforts, and enjoy attending his shows.
Come on out to the Wayne Performing Arts Center on November 22nd and 23rd at 7:00pm, and November 24th at 2:00pm for NAC’s production of Young Frankenstein, and see a little slice of life imitating art. Advance tickets are on sale now for $10. Tickets can be purchased online at showtix4u.com (search for Young Frankenstein) or you can email them at NACshows@aol.com, or call 585-265-1468, to hold your tickets at their will call for pickup.
Tickets are available at the door for $12.
The performances will be held at the Wayne Central High School Performing Arts Center on Route 350 in Ontario NY.
For more information please visit their web site at www.neighborhoodactingcompany.org”
Neighborhood Acting Company is a not for profit Community Theater group whose sole purpose is to raise money for graduating seniors. They draw from all surrounding areas and have granted scholarships of over $100,000 to area graduating seniors over the past 12 years.