12th Annual Central Coast Follies - "A Girl For All Seasons"


The Central Coast Follies put their toe tapping heart-singing efforts into their 12th annual spectacular show to benefit Parkinson disease research.  Having a good time while raising money for a good cause, these vintage dancers-age 50 to 86, along with super talented local singers and other talented performers donate their talents to help fund a cure for this devastating disease.  

These musical, fun-fundraisers are under the direction of a multi-award winning director/choreographer, Jason Sumabat, of Blue Dove Productions.  The 2014 years’ show was “A Girl for all Seasons” and showcased songs representing all the seasons much to the audience’s delight and enjoyment.   The Follies were able to donate $20,000 to The Parkinson Alliance to help in their funding of promising research.  That brought Follies total donations for 12 years to $294,500.  

Jason Sumabat and the Follies cast is already hard at work rehearsing "California Dreamin’" for six fun filled musical performances October 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11 at the beautiful 600 seat Clark Center in Arroyo Grande, California.  Join us if you can.

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