Scene Clips for Nov. 16, 2005
The Egyptian Theatre Company’s newest production, "Seussical the Musical," will open next Friday, Nov. 25 for its holiday-season run at the Egyptian Theatre. Written by Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty, the production brings the work of Dr. Seuss to life.
Directed by Jim Christian, and featuring Aaron de Jesus as the Cat, Kenneth Wayne as Horton, Ali Bennett as Gertrude, and Victoria Nones as Mayzie, the play will run on most days through Dec. 31.
Tickets range from $17 to $27 for regular showings and are $32 for opening night. Additionally, for the first two weeks of the run, tickets will be available at a discount. For more information about the play or to purchase tickets, call 649-9371 or visit http://www.parkcityshows.com. Norwegian Exploration Center fundraiser this weekend
On Saturday, Nov. 19, at Deer Valley Resort’s Silver Lake Lodge, the Norwegian Outdoor Exploration Center will celebrate its 25th anniversary with a party and fundraiser.
The event will feature dinner, live music from the Joe Muscolino Band, dancing, and a live auction featuring items ranging from Hawaiian vacations to Main Street shopping packages and dinners at local restaurants.
Single tickets are $125, and tables of 8 are available for $800. To purchase tickets, or for more information about the event, call the Norwegian Center at 649-5322. Education Foundation benefit day rescheduled
The Park City Education Foundation’s annual benefit day at Park City Mountain Resort has been rescheduled from Nov. 18 to Dec. 2. Lift tickets for that day will be $20 a-piece, and will be available through Dec. 1. Tickets are available at Jans Mountain Outfitters, Cole Sports, Zions Bank, Canyon Sports and through PCEF board members and online at http://www.parkcitymountain.com. Local photographer Vikander recognized
Locally-based photographer Brian Vikander recently received two awards for his work, first receiving recognition from the 2004 Banff International Photographic Competition and then winning an award this year from the Center for Fine Art Photography. Vikander’s work has appeared in the pages of National Geographic, among other magazines. To see Vikander’s work, go to http://www.SavantClair.com.
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