It’s a Lovely Way to Spend an Evening

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The Southeast’s premier continuing care retirement community, Park Springs is gearing up again for their annual community performance. Directed by Marvin Himmel, this musical extravaganza is no small town show.

For the past two months, the Park Springs cast and crew has been hard at work putting together this year’s performance: “It’s a Lovely Way to Spend an Evening.”  Participants meet twice a week for rehearsals and all of the proceeds from the show will go to paying for the costumes and props needed to bring the experience to life.

The first segment of the 2009 performance will include a tribute to female icons including Judy Garland, Ethel Merman and Carol Channing. The second segment will shift focus to Broadway tunes including five songs from Guys and Dolls. Musical numbers from The Music Man, West Side Story, The Phantom of the Opera, Chorus Line and Sweet Charity will all be performed as well.

Marvin is a former child actor and Broadway showman has lived as an Atlanta active adult in the Park Springs community for the past five years. For the past three, he has directed the annual holiday show. The performance has proven so popular that four shows were added to the  schedule this year to accommodate all of the Park Springs Members who were unable to attend last year.

The closed event will be performed for Park Springs Members  December 9 through December 12. Tickets sold out only 18 hours after sales began, proving that this year’s performance should be just as big of a hit as years past.

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