BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - Curtain Up will be held September 20 this year along Main Street in the city's downtown theatre district.
More than 20 local theatres are taking part in the 32nd annual event that celebrates Buffalo's vibrant theatre community.
Joyce Stilson of Alleyway Theatre said, "The idea that all of the theatres work together and that everyone at 8 o'clock sits down at the same time in all of the theatres and they go dark at the same time and then the magic of theatre happens all over Western New York."
Organizers say this event is unique to Western New York.
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