The Park Record Scene Clips for May 3-6
‘Follies on the Roof’ continues
The Park City Follies, an annual "wild and wacky comedy spectacular" will be held at the Egyptian Theatre on Main Street at 7:30 p.m. with an extra matinee performance at 2 p.m. today, Saturday, May 3. The show is a fundraiser for the Egyptian Theatre. The Egyptian Theatre is located at 328 Main St. Call (435) 649-9371 or visit the Egyptian Theatre Company’s Web site at egyptiantheatrecompany.org for details.
Moms plan to meet again for clean air
Monday, May 5, from 6 to 7:30 p.m., join the Park City Chapter of the Utah Moms for Clean Air in the Summit County Library Auditorium at the Sheldon Richens Building at Kimball Junction. All are welcome to attend. For more information, e-mail Mary L.M. Jacquin at email@example.com .
A British invasion
May 8 through 10, see "Come Together: A Tribute to the Beatles" at 8 p.m. The performance is a recreation of the Beatles’ early touring years from 1964 through 1966, mop-tops and all. Regular tickets are $40. Limited cabaret seating is available with complimentary corkage for $50. The Egyptian Theatre is located at 328 Main St. Call the Egyptian Theatre box office at (435) 649-9371 for tickets or visit parkcityshows.com.
July 4th parade applications now available
The Park City Ambassadors are now accepting applications for floats for the 2008 July 4th Parade. Please call (435) 658-9620 and leave a message with the name of the organization, phone number and an email address and an application will be sent to the applicant. The application and fee deadline is May 31.
Correction: two ‘Big Stars, Bright Nights’ summer concerts will play in mid-August
The Park City Performing Arts Foundation’s Big Stars, Bright Nights Outdoor Concert Series hosted at Deer Valley Resort will present the Golden Dragon Acrobats on Aug. 17 and Boz Scaggs on August 19. An article in the Park Record on April 30 stated otherwise.
For details about tickets, visit parkcitytickets.com or call (435) 655-3114.
Deer Valley Resort hired Jamo O’Reilly as the director of lodging operations to oversee its more than 450 residences.