Fleetwood Community Theatre will “Show Me The Funny” in song while serving up dinner.
Actors from Kutztown, Fleetwood, Blandon, Temple, Exeter, and Sinking Spring, will present “Spaghetti & Song” on Friday, Sept. 20 and Saturday, Sept. 21.
“It’s an all you can eat spaghetti and salad bar fundraiser with the waitresses and waiters as our entertainers. It’s a fun event for us where we audition solo, duets, and groups numbers for our cast members to perform,” writes FCT President and event Production Manager Brian Miller, a Hamburg native and resident of Blandon.
This year’s theme is “Show Me The Funny” so all the songs will have “a comedic flair” in the lyrics or song title. It’s a fun mix of tunes – performed in solos, duets and group numbers.
This year’s performers are: Erin and Bob Aregood of Exeter, Amy and Pete Bourey of Exeter, Jason Denlinger of Lancaster, Angela DeAngelo of Blandon, Jeannette DeAngelo of Blandon, Stan Durlak of Exeter, David Erb of Kutztown, Dave Hornberger of Sinking Spring, Brian Miller of Blandon, Ray Rhoads of Reading, and Debbi Silas of Exeter. Staff in the kitchen and servers are also from various areas as well, including Fleetwood, Oley, and Temple.
Director is Jeannette DeAngelo, accompianist is Ray Rhoads, and Master Chef is Peter Laucks.
Held at St. Paul’s UCC Social Hall in Fleetwood, it’s an evening for all ages of live entertainment and an All-U-Can-Eat Pasta Dinner.
Following in the spaghetti dinner tradition the menu includes spaghetti with your choice of sauce, or baked ziti; salad bar; bread; beverage and choice of dessert.
Seating is from 5 to 8 p.m. on a first-come-first-serve basis. The dinner take place at St. Paul’s UCC Social Hall in Fleetwood on the corner of Franklin (Rt. 662) and Arch streets.
Call 610-944-3610 for more information. Purchase tickets at the door (cash or check) or by credit card using fctspaghettinsong.bpt.me.
Founded in 1988, Fleetwood Community Theatre is anot-for-profit 501(c)(3) volunteer organization of theatre lovers committed to the education and development of its membership within the theatre arts program by offering opportunities to all ages both on-stage and behind the scenes. They are an outlet of quality musical, dramatic and ensemble productions. They encourage and support local youth to pursue performing arts opportunities through school, church, collegiate or other local productions.