The Central Coast Follies return to the Clark Center for their 11th Annual Benefit for Parkinson
“HERO’S, VILLIANS & OTHER FAIRY TALES”
October 5, 6, 10, 11, 12, & 13 of 2013 the Central Coast Follies will once again be “Dancing for a Cure’ in their 11th annual Benefit for Parkinson Research. Save the Date if you can be in Arroyo Grande, California for a fun show for a wonderful cause.
The Follies new Parkinson Benefit show, “Hero’s Villains and Other Fairy Tales”, will be a fun filled adventure for all ages and will include an amazing group of performers, dancers and singers
October 2012 of last year, the Follies show, “That’s Entertainment” had enthusiastic audience support, ran for six performances with a cast of 115, and donated $34,000 to the Parkinson Alliance to be used for research. Every year we try to increase our donation and our community support is helping us to do just that. Our total donation for the past ten years is $251,000.
All because of a love to entertain and more importantly, a love to help provide funds for research leading to a cure for Parkinson’s disease---the Central Coast Follies truly are: Dancing for a Cure. The community volunteers help also as entertainers, doing the hundreds of tasks needed, donations of prizes for our drawings, sponsors, donations to PD, ad sponsors and ticket sales. We are also blessed with a creative, talented Director/chorographer, Jason Sumabat.
The Follies 2013 show titled “Hero’s, Villain’s & Other Fairy Tales” promises to be another smash hit that is not to be missed! There will be the unusual musical medley’s with tap dancing Follies and strolling in elegant Feather costumes, talented, well known singers and dancers from our local communities. There will be a wicked queen and other villains as well as heroes of all sorts and sizes and fairy tales will abound.
Every year the show is completely different leaving the audience wondering what our creative Director, Jason Sumabat, will be planning for each year. The Follies are a senior group of dancers who chose Parkinson’s as their benefit. They are teamed with the Santa Maria Parkinson Support Group and the Central Coast Parkinson Support group. Some of the performers have family or friends who have PD, others donate their talents for our worth cause. Even the lobby is full of interesting things to see and do. There are wonderful donated Opportunity prizes to buy tickets to take a chance of winning, tables always full of information on Parkinson’s and interesting displays. Medtronic and Teva both had displays in 2012. Our shows always keep you happy clapping your hands and tapping your toes from start to finish: A fun way to make a donation to Parkinson research. Net proceeds go to The Parkinson Alliance.
Visit our web page at www.centralcoastfollies.org to learn more about the benevolent Follie’s, or to help us by making a donation this year and/or where and how to buy tickets. Central Coast Parkinson Support Group Web page is www.ccpsg.org. Parkinson Support Group of Santa Maria email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We perform at the 600 seat Clark Center at Clark Center,
487 Fair Oaks Ave, Arroyo Grande, Ca. 93420
Our ticket prices are $25 -$27 - $29 groups of 15 or more $3 off each ticket
Web page www.clarkcenter.org
The Clark Center Association mission is to support and promote the performing and cultural arts for the enjoyment, entertainment and education of our community. The Clark Center is located at 487 Fair Oaks Avenue in Arroyo Grande, CA 93420. For more information on shows at the Clark Center call our box office at (805) 489-9444 Box Office. For more information on the Clark Center Association and its productions, call (805) 489-4196, email email@example.com or visit us on the web at www.clarkcenter.org