Saturday, July 20, will be a event filled day at the Amelia Community Theatre AND the Amelia Island Museum of History.
From 11 to 2pm the museum is offering children’s activities, games and crafts. The Friends of the Library, D.A.R.E., Walgreens, and the Boy Scouts will have booths in the parking lot and re-enactors will be present, providing a glimpse into the past.
The Amelia Community Theatre will offer backstage tours, and in cooperation with the museum, will host the Florida Humanities Council’s Dreamers and Schemers program. First person presenters will bring Osceola, Francisco Menendez, and Mary McLeod Bethune to life, describing what Florida meant to some of the people who helped shape its destiny.
The museum will be offering those interested the unique opportunity to get six free months when purchasing a new membership.
And that same evening for ages 18 and up… “Actors Night Out.”
This is an opportunity to hear about auditions for next season’s shows, and to meet and socialize with directors and fellow actors and theatre volunteers. We’ll read scenes for fun from THE LOVE LIST, FRUITCAKES, & NOISES OFF.
Doors open at 6:00 PM, the bar will be open and then the informal program begins at 6:30 PM.
There is no charge to attend and no need to RSVP. This a great way for new people to get involved at ACT, either onstage or off.
For more information, call 261-6749 or email email@example.com.