When was the last time you could say you’d been to a Celery Ball? Now’s your chance, because Creative Sanford is presenting its annual Masquerade Celery Ball at 6 p.m. Saturday, March 12 at the Sanford Civic Center.
Proceeds go to a good cause — to support the production of Celery Soup, the Sanford oral-history project. The first installment, called Touch and Go, is onstage currently at the Princess Theater in downtown Sanford.
Creative Sanford’s Celery Soup, an oral-history project with its first production coming up in October, is looking for volunteers to assist the stage manager, set designer and lighting techs. Also needed: ushers, office workers and people to sew costumes and stage curtains.
All of these jobs are non-paying right now, but Creative Sanford hopes to be able to pay by the second time the show is mounted.
Interested? Contact Trish Thompson at email@example.com or go to http://www.celerysoupsanford.com.
Sanford’s oral-history project Celery Soup, which will open its first production, Touch and Go, on Oct. 21, has announced that the venue will be the site of the old Princess Theatre, 115 W. First St. in downtown Sanford.
Congratulations to Trish Thompson of Creative Sanford (that’s the organization that’s producing the community-wide theater/oral history project called Celery Soup) for snapping up the Disney theater seats that Cheryl Boza of Disney community relations made available last week.
But Boza points out that Disney has other ways to help out arts groups, and she has sent along an email asking for your wish lists and suggesting you apply for some Disney grants. Here’s Cheryl: