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A Benefit concert to support Monroe Community Players!


An evening of comedy and music to support Monroe Community Players in the intimate setting of our studio theater.

Jonathan grew up in Monroe Community Players starting as a small child. He danced, acted and played instruments for different musicals. Along with his singing, he helped build scenery pieces, organize backstage plus ran the lights and sound for many productions.

He then moved into the world of live music. First with the band Fudge Chicken and then with Debaser. Releasing albums with both groups.

After touring the Detroit, Ann arbor and Toledo circuit; Jonathan took a break from the club and bars to begin leading worship at several contemporary churches. After 15 years of being a worship leader, he decided it was time to pass the torch to the next generation.

Today, Jonathan plays locally and travels to perform his favorite cover songs. Recently Jonathan opened the Monroe Community Players 75th Anniversary Celebration event where along with 26 other performers raised $20,000 for the beginnings of our new studio theater.

Jonathan enjoyed being involved with MCP again. Backstage chat led to the formulation of a benefit concert in support MCP and the Studio Theater at The Mall of Monroe.  While featuring Jonathan Standifer, the one-time concert will include Joseph Bert on bass and Nick Pillarelli on drums with several of their original songs.

This is a great opportunity for old friends and fans to come together for this special performance.

Purchase your tickets today – seating is limited for this one-time concert.

There is no such thing as natural beauty!

– Truvy

Come with us to Truvy’s Beauty Salon in Chinquapin, Louisiana and visit with this group of gossipy southern ladies. Alternately hilarious and touching—and, in the end, deeply revealing of the strength and purposefulness which underlies the antic banter of its characters – this play reveals what it means to appear as delicate as a blossom but also be as tough as steel.

Tuesday, March 26 @ 6:30 PM
Wednesday, March 27 @ 6:30 PM