FREE to attend PARADE Musical at the Plummer Auditorium + Dinner & Show at Medieval Times ($25)
NOTE: This FREE event is restricted to those who have not attended any of my FREE events in the past. If you have attended my FREE event in the past, please give others a chance to attend this FREE event. If a spot is still or becomes available a few days prior to the event then anyone can sign up. Thank you for understanding.
Limited to 4 attendees. I have 4 free tickets to attend PARADE (Tony Award Winning Musical) at the Plummer Auditorium in Fullerton. Dinner attendance after the concert is required for this event.
Sorry but no +1.
A few years ago I saw Parade (Mark Taper Forum) which affirms the perennial existence of bias and loopholes in our justice system that often violates many individuals. Parade musical is based on a true story of a remarkable man wrongfully accused of murder and tragically killed. Music is rather unmelodic but the story makes this musical worth seeing.
We will meet for dinner after the show around 5:00 p.m. at Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament (7662 Beach Blvd, Buena Park, CA 90620).
Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament show for $25 + 3 tip per person. Normally price is around $60 per person.
After you rsvp here, please immediately send $30 via Paypal to [masked] $30 will cover the Paypal fee and $3 tip at Medieval Times. Do not send money as a gift. If you are 100% certain of attending this event in full AND we know each other then you may pay me $28 cash (no Paypal fee) when we meet.
This event may be cross-posted in other meetup groups. The 1st 4 people (ideally 2 male + 2 female attendees) combined from all meetup groups I posted to rsvp will receive a free ticket. I will try to timely update rsvps here.
Parade: Tony Award-Winning Musical About a Real-Life Murder
Plummer Auditorium (201 E. Chapman Ave. Fullerton, CA 92832)
3-D Theatricals presents Parade, based on the real life murder of 13-year-old Atlanta factory worker Mary Phagan in 1913. When a girl's body is found in the basement of the factory where she works, police suspicion falls first on a black employee, then on Jewish foreman Leo Frank. The media, an enraged public and a politician who wants to put the matter to rest spur an overzealous prosecutor to solicit false testimony from witnesses, leading to Frank's conviction. After the verdict, the governor realizes that something was amiss and looks into the trial, but it may be too late for Leo Frank. Written by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Alfred Uhry with music by Jason Robert Brown, this true crime musical is part courtroom drama, part social commentary -- and completely compelling.