The Park Record Clips for Dec. 8-11, 2007
Bring a gift to the Christian Center
The Christian Center will be distributing hundreds of gifts to needy children and families in Summit County this holiday season and needs the community’s help to meet their goal of 500 gifts. Bring a wrapped gift with a note of what the gift is to the Christian Center by Friday, Dec. 14. The Christian Center is located at 1100 Iron Horse Drive. For more information or to get a name of a child, call Linda at (435) 649-2260.
Youtheatre sings the music of fairytales
Park City Youtheatre program presents two condensed one-act musicals on Monday, Dec. 10 and Tuesday, Dec. 11, beginning at 7 p.m. at the Egyptian Theatre at 328 Main St. Students, ages 11 to 15 years old, will perform Stephen Sondheim’s "Into the Woods," a musical that tells the story of the aftermath of fairytales, and Disney’s "Sleeping Beauty." Tickets are $5 for kids and $7 for adults. Visit http://www.egyptiantheatrecompany.org or call (435) 649-9371 for more information.
Cole Sport and the Italian Trade Commission are underwriting an eclectic night of Italian opera performed by The East Village Opera Company at the Eccles Center for the Performing Arts tonight. The performance will commence at 7:30 p.m. with a live fashion show featuring ski apparel from Italian suppliers Prada, Postcard, Hell is for Heroes, Parajumpers, Authier, Dolomite, Tecnica, Peuterey, Cosabella and Paul and Shark. The East Village Opera Company, a powerhouse five-piece band, string quartet, and two outstanding vocalists bring opera into the 21st Century. Expect a fresh take on music’s "greatest hits," including "La donna è mobile" from Rigoletto, "Habanera" from Carmen, and "Nessun dorma" from Turandot – performed at full length and in the original languages. Proceeds from tickets sales benefit the Student Outreach Program of the Park City Performing Arts Foundation. For more information, visit ecclescenter.org.
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