June 11, 2013 North Myrtle Beach, SC—CrazyLove Productions presents a family variety show at Alabama Theatre on Sunday, July 14, at 2pm. Proceeds from the concert will benefit North Myrtle Beach Area Historical Museum.
The concert will include an assortment of patriotic, jazz, rock, contemporary, and gospel music. The performance features singers who captivate; acrobats who defy gravity; and dancers who radiate precision and grace.
“I am grateful to CrazyLove Productions and The Alabama Theatre for showcasing this amazing talent in a wonderful venue—all to raise money for our local Museum,” said Museum Director Jenean Todd.
Both CrazyLove Productions and The Alabama Theatre, as well as the performers and musicians in Lovin’ the Light are donating their services to bring this fundraising concert to the Grand Strand. Funds raised through sponsorships and ticket sales will be used by the Museum to develop educational programs for schoolchildren.
CrazyLove Productions and concert producers Amy and Kristof De Proft are excited to unite the talent of many performers in celebration of our community Museum. In addition to the De Profts, musicians and performers include: Garrett Brittain, Jeff Potter, Bill Hein, Claire Williams, Beth Holt, and students from the Academy of Dance and Fine Arts. WPDE’s chief meteorologist Ed Piotrowski will emcee the event.
Tickets for the fundraising concert are available now. If you would like to purchase by credit card, contact the Museum or visit the Museum’s website. Admission: Adult $20; Senior $15; Youth (up to age 12) $5.
Tickets outlets: North Myrtle Beach Area Historical Museum, 843.427.7668 North Myrtle Beach Chamber of Commerce, 843.281.2662 Little River Chamber of Commerce, 843.249.6604 Online at www.NMBmuseum.com.
The North Myrtle Beach Area Historical Museum opened in April 2013 after eight years of planning and construction. The 501(c)(3) charitable organization offers exhibits and programs related to the beaches and the surrounding communities. Located at 799 2nd Avenue North in North Myrtle Beach, the Museum is open Wednesday through Saturday, 10am until 4pm. Memberships are available. Admission: Adult $5; Senior, Military, Student $4; Youth age 5 to 17: $3. Members FREE.
Pictured left to right: Kristof and Amy De Proft of CrazyLove Productions with North Myrtle Beach Mayor Marilyn Hatley. Museum board members Kathy Toavs and Sue Forrest, pictured in back, are seeking concert advertisers.