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Live Entertainment: On the Stage

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By Shannon Maughan


To watch a live performance is a thrilling and always unique experience. Unlike a movie audience, a theater audience affects performers simply by being there -- whether they're reactive or not. Though you may not have immediate access to the famous theaters and productions in New York City or London's West End, there are lots of opportunities to enjoy live performances in your hometown.


Community theaters and playhouses, colleges, high schools, and even church groups frequently stage musicals, plays or other theatrical performances. "Our children's elementary school has the most amazing music and drama [departments], so the fifth and sixth graders each do separate productions," says Amy Mayfield. "We've seen Fiddler on the Roof and Bye Bye Birdie."


As it turns out, many RFRF's panel families are theater lovers. "I grew up going to the Nutcracker every year with my mom and my aunt as a special girls night out," recalls Lynda Hannan. "I was probably seven years old when I started going. I can't wait until Jack and Katie are old enough for me to take them."
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