2009 SUMMERFEST FAMILY THEATRE
AND ACT TOO! THEATRE COMPANY’S ROVING PERFORMANCE TROUPE ENTOURAGE INCOGNITO PRESENTS: ‘A LITTLE BIT OF MAGIC’
July 6, 2009, Frederick, MD - Frederick County based group, ACT TOO! will be showcasing Frederick’s youth in A Little Bit of Magic, Thursday, July 9th,at the Baker Park Bandshell. This free live performance—part of the Summerfest Family Theatre, presented by Celebrate Frederick, Inc.—begins at 10:30 a.m.
ACT TOO! is a Frederick County based group that provides local youth with theatrical training and performance opportunities. The group has produced over 13 maintained performances including, Alice in Wonderland, Rocky Horror Picture Show, and many more. A Little Bit of Magic is a play that shows us how special we all are. With characters such as wizards and clowns and bright musical numbers, the audience is in for a treat! More exciting than the performance itself is the individuals performing, because A Little Bit of Magic will feature Frederick County’s youth. Do not miss this exciting live performance.
While all Summerfest Theatre performances are free to the public, the Summerfest Family Theatre Committee encourages you to bring a canned food item in lieu of admission. Non-perishable items such as canned meats and vegetables, soups, peanut butter, cereal, rice and pastas are requested. All items collected benefit the Frederick Food Bank.
The performance is weather permitting, in the event of inclement weather please visit www.celebratefrederick.com for news of event cancellations. Decisions regarding weather are made approximately by 10:00am; therefore if weather is inclement at this time please visit our website.
The series would not be possible without the generous support of our corporate sponsors. The 2009 Spires Sponsors are Bechtel Group Foundation, Spectrum Federal Credit Union, and Weis Markets. The 2009 Carillon Sponsors are Comcast, The Plamondon Companies, Sandy Spring Bank, 99.9 WFRE, and 930 WFMD. The 2009 Bandshell Sponsors are BB&T, The Frederick News-Post and NBC-25; and our 2009 Program Sponsor is The Gazette. Again, the series would not be possible without their generosity.
For more information, please call the City of Frederick Office of Special Events at 301-600-CITY (2489) or visit our website www.CelebrateFrederick.com.