2013-06-06 / Local & State

“Route 30, Too!” Movie Returns To Totem Pole

John Putch’s second film in the Route 30 trilogy, entitled “Route 30, Too!” will have a special event screening on July 2 at 7 p.m., at Totem Pole Playhouse in Fayetteville, Pa.

“Route 30, Too!” has played in over 20 film festivals to date and has won 17 awards, including a few director and best feature awards. The film premiered in Chambersburg, Pa., in September 2012 and has since played Gettysburg and York, Pa., to sold-out houses.

The Totem Pole will be transformed into a movie theater, bringing back the popular movie night event from seasons past. After the film, Putch and cast members will be present to participate in a lively audience question-and-answer session.

DVDs of both films will be on sale at a specially discounted rate and the cast will be available for autographing.

The third film in this trilogy will be shot this September in the Fayetteville area. “The final installment of the comedic trilogy promises romance and intrigue.” says Putch. “A bit of James Bond, mixed with some Twilight Zone, topped off with some Old Bay seasoning. And thankfully it’s not in 3D.”

Tickets can be purchased at the theater, on the Web site or by calling the box office at 888-805-7056 or online at TotemPolePlayhouse.org.

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