Bridges Multicultural Arts Outreach Festival

Performing "Puttin' on The Glitz" with a Special Performance By The Spectacular Follies

The Spectacular Follies is collaborating with the Repertory Company Theatre and performing in the Bridges Multicultural Outreach Arts Festival March 22 & 23.
This program was funded by a special grant from Ann & Charles Eisemann Arts Innovative Initiative and will be performed at the RCT Driegert Theatre, 770 N Coit Road, Richardson, TX 75080.
Nowadays, the number from Chicago, will be performed by Jeri Edwards & Peggy Chandler. Our Favorite Son will be performed by Mike Meece and the Groovy Ladies. Smile will be performed by Betsy Lee, Byron Nelson and Sandy Savage. Lillie Madison will perform a solo of her choice.

BRIDGES, A MULTICULTURAL ARTS PROGRAM
Friday, March 22, 6:30-9:30pm

Catered reception 6:30-7:30
Featuring cultural story line fashion,art display and musicians from the Texas Muslim Women's Foundation.
Also includes RCT's 7:30 performance of "Puttin' on the Glitz" with special opening performance by The Spectacular Follies.
Tickets: $40 reserved seating includes reception.
For tickets call Box office: 972-690-5029.

Saturday, March 23 Free Multicultural Arts Festival
1:00-4:30 Free Multicultural Arts Festival Interactive Booths~ calligraphy, henna, Food, music, fun and more!

1:45-2:15 MILAANA DANCE, Free Performance on Stage!
In several South Asian languages, "Milaana" means to bring together or blend. Our mission at Milaana Dance is to bring people together to foster creativity, culture, and connection through dance.

3:00-4:30 RCT's BROADWAY'S BEST KIDS PERFORMANCE ON STAGE. Tickets: $10 at the door.
RCT School of Musical Theatre Students, ages 10-18 will perform numbers from Broadway Musicals in this colorful, exciting Children's Theatre Performance.
More details call 972-690-5029

7:30 Encore Performance of RCT' Puttin' on the Glitz with special opening performance by the Spectacular Follies.
Tickets: $30. Purchase in advance by calling 972-690-5029.

The two day festival sponsored by a grant from the Ann & Charles Eisemann Arts Innovation Initiative.