Fergus Falls — You’ll be dazzled by Razzle Dazzle Revue 2015: “The Anatomy of Song!” The show will be performed by a huge cast of local talent at A Center for the Arts, 124 W. Lincoln Ave., downtown Fergus Falls in the Fergus Theatre at 7:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, April 17 and 18; and at 2 p.m. on Sunday, April 19
Reserved seating tickets are $16 for adults and $6 for children/students. Tickets can be purchased at our box office, by phone at 218-998-ARTS (2787) and online at www.FergusArts.org.
Razzle Dazzle Revue is AC4TA’s annual spring fundraiser and helps offset the cost of theater productions throughout the year. You can support A Center for the Arts by coming to see the show. This show is also a wonderful way to build community around the arts.
The theme of this year’s show is “The Anatomy of Song.” You’ll be thoroughly entertained by a highly talented cast singing songs that have something to do with anatomy: blue eyes, your hand, my heart, etc. Created and directed by Jennifer Johnson and Rebecca Sonmor, there are almost 60 energetic and talented adults, teens and children singing and performing in this year’s show. Cast members come from Fergus Falls and the surrounding communities — this is a community production at its best.
Razzle Dazzle Revue first started in the late 70s and early 80s when a group of people got together to raise money. A “Revue” is a theatrical production typically consisting of brief, loosely connected, (sometimes satirical) skits, songs and dances. AC4TA revived the tradition nine years ago when a group of people started talking about how much fun community productions can be — with all their chorus numbers, chorus lines, costumes, glitz and glamour.
Come to this year’s show to cheer on your friends and neighbors, and help support the performing arts in Fergus Falls.
A Center for the Arts mission is: To connect artists and audiences by providing the best possible arts experiences that inspire imagination, curiosity, creativity and learning. It sponsors a wide range of programming, including local, professional and touring performers, live theatre, music, dance, movies, visual arts exhibitions, workshops and classes. Located in downtown Fergus Falls in the Fergus Theatre, it is also home to the Mighty WurliTzer Theater Organ, one of the largest pipe organs in the upper Midwest.