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Fine Arts Follies are back

Posted: August 18, 2011 9:31 a.m.
Updated: August 19, 2011 5:00 a.m.

Have you ever wanted to be a part of the Fine Arts Follies? Always wondered what really happens “behind the scenes” or “on stage,” but were afraid to ask? Well now is your chance! In September the Fine Arts Follies returns to the Fine Arts Center of Kershaw County (FAC) where an all male revue featuring Kershaw County businessmen will strut their stuff on stage! All interested, curious, or otherwise tempted men are encouraged to attend the first meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 23 at 7 p.m. in the Wood Auditorium at the FAC.

“The Fine Arts Follies is just a fun way to kick off the upcoming FAC season. This year, we’ve got a lot of new characters and skits that are going to be just as much fun for the performers as it will be for audience members,” says director Bryant Herring.

If you are interested in being a part of the Fine Arts Follies, either onstage or backstage, please plan on attending this meeting.

For more information, please call Bryant Herring at 425-7676 ext. 100.

The promotional image for this year’s production of the Fine Arts Follies will be created by the popular political cartoonist, Robert Ariail. The original artwork will be autographed and framed and will auctioned off through a silent auction to benefit the FAC. The framed artwork will be on display in the lobby of the Bassett Building the week of the performance and bids will be accepted throughout the week. The winning bidder will be announced after the production closes.

This year’s production of the Fine Arts Follies is sponsored by Powers Funeral Home.

The Fine Arts Center is funded in part by the Frederick S. Upton Foundation and the South Carolina Arts Commission, which receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts. Additional funding provided by the City of Camden, Kershaw County, and BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina along with donations from businesses and individuals.

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