“For Heaven’s Sake” – Interactive Dinner Theater

ACT II Community Theatre will produce its first show ever on April 8 and 9 2022. This is a Clem Camp and Fred Keating play called “For Heaven’s Sake”. The show is part of a dinner theatre fundraiser for Boy Scout Troop 158 and ACT II. This show was scheduled originally in March of 2020 and literally two days before scheduled performances the show was canceled due to Covid. ACT II is excited to be able to finally bring this play to the stage.

Produced and performed by ACT II Community Theatre

Spaghetti dinner with dessert served by:
Scouts BSA Troops 158B and 158G, of Albion

The Play Storyline – “For Heaven’s Sake”

Is the imaginative journey of Futius, a misfit angel, as he makes his way to become a first-class angel. The humorous, one act, story written by Clem Camp and Fred Keating Tells the tale of Futius as he has to earn his wings and defeat the devil. The light-hearted, spirited comedy takes advantage of the audience’s imagination without elaborate props or set. The actors use their creativity and imagination to build a snowman, have a snowball fight, ride a celestial airliner around the earth, and board a plane for heaven! This is just some of the action that the audience will see as they join Futius on his journey to earn his First Class Angel wings.

Dates: Friday April 8, and Saturday April 9, 2022, Time: 6:00pm
Dinner Time: 6:00pm sharp Show Start: 6:45pm
Location: American Legion Hall, 1230 Edwards St. Albion MI 49224
Reservations Required: Cost: $15.00 per person
Purchase Tickets: from any Scout BSA Troop 158B, 158G, or Cub Scout Pack 158
Reserved tickets can be ordered: Scoutmaster David Huber Txt or Call Phone: 207-608-2571
Email: mrweldo2@gmail.com
Include in text, email or phone message: Which Night, Name, Phone #, and Number of tickets

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