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12 Marching Bands Showcase Their Talent

Marching bands from Charles Herbert Flowers, Dr. Henry A. Wise, Jr., DuVal,
Friendly, Gwynn Park, High Point, Largo, Laurel, Northwestern, Oxon Hill, Potomac,
and Surrattsville high schools will come together to showcase their talents for the
community during the 2010 Marching Band Showcase.

Each year, the annual Marching Band Showcase provides high school marching
bands the opportunity to perform for each other and the community in a non-competitive setting. Prince George's County high school marching bands that participated in the Band Assessment Festival the previous spring are eligible to participate, and two adjudicators will provide performance feedback to the bands and their directors.

Members of the community are invited and encouraged to attend this fun, family
event. Tickets are $5 per person; elementary school students and younger will be
admitted free with a paying adult.

Laurel Mill Playhoue Presents: The American Way 10-1 to 10-24

Laurel Mill Playhouse 508 Main Street Laurel MD 20707 presents The American Way by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart authors of You Can't Take it With You and The Man Who Came to Dinner

Directed by Marie Sproul & Produced by Maureen Rogers
Produced by special arrangement with Dramatist Play Service, Inc.

In partnership with the Montpelier Mansion's exhibit, Between Fences, a traveling exhibit and part of the Smithsonian Institution's "Museums on Main Street" initiative.

The American Way is an epic tale of the American immigrant experience in the early 1900's.

Laurel Mill Playhoue Presents: The American Way 10-1 to 10-24

Laurel Mill Playhouse 508 Main Street Laurel MD 20707 presents The American Way by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart authors of You Can't Take it With You and The Man Who Came to Dinner

Directed by Marie Sproul & Produced by Maureen Rogers
Produced by special arrangement with Dramatist Play Service, Inc.

In partnership with the Montpelier Mansion's exhibit, Between Fences, a traveling exhibit and part of the Smithsonian Institution's "Museums on Main Street" initiative.

The American Way is an epic tale of the American immigrant experience in the early 1900's.

Local Bluegrass Musician at Laurel Museum

Laurel, Md. native George McCeney, a singer, songwriter and trustee of the International Bluegrass Music Museum will sing songs related to Laurel's history at 6 p.m., Sept. 9, 2010 at the Laurel Museum located on 817 Main Street.

Students from the Laurel School of Music will also be performing.

This event is free.  Families are encouraged to bring a blanket, picnic dinner while enjoying the music.

For more information, please contact: Lindsey Baker, Executive Director at 301-725-7975
www.laurelhistoricalsociety.org

Audition at the Laurel Mill Playhouse

Auditions will be held at the Laurel Mill Playhouse August 26 at 7pm and August 28 at 10am for Alan Ayckbourn’s Bedroom Farce.

There are openings for 4 men and 4 women. Director Howard Berkowitz will have sides available for cold readings from the script.

Produced by special arrangement with Samuel French Publishing Company, Bedroom Farce will run from November 5 through November 25 on Friday and Saturday evenings with two selected Sunday matinees.

For more information, please contact Producer Maureen Rogers at maureencrogers@gmail.