The Frederick Arts and Humanities Council (FAHC) is hosting a laser show and street dinner to raise funds for air conditioning repairs and further restoration of the historic Ramona Theatre. San Marcos, Texas artist Tim Walsh, of Laser Spectacles, Inc., has created two new laser shows to be displayed at the Ramona Theatre on Saturday, Sept. 23, 2017.
The first show is scheduled in conjunction with a street dinner slated for 7 p.m. in front of the Ramona Theatre and will be immediately followed by a laser show on the façade of the Ramona. Walsh has expressed a great deal of enthusiasm for the project; he is especially excited to work with the architectural elements of the building.
Following the steak dinner and façade show, at about 8:30 p.m., Walsh is scheduled to present another laser show inside the Ramona Theatre. The indoor show will be more extensive, involving additional lasers as well as fog, and will be projected on the architecture of the theatre.
Both laser shows are open to the public and the cost of admission is a donation only. Seating for the dinner is limited.
Tickets are $25 for FAHC members and $30 for non-members. Dinner tickets include grilled rib-eye steak, salad, baked potato, homemade bread, dessert, beverage of choice and the best views of the façade show. Please RSVP to Bobby Jackson at 580-305-7447 or Cacy Caldwell at 580-335-1499 no later than Sept. 19. The Arts Council will offer free limousine service to and from the event by reservation only.
Since 1980, the Frederick Arts and Humanities Council has strived to provide exceptional programs to the people of Frederick and Southwest Oklahoma. The non-profit organization is staffed by dedicated volunteers who are determined to provide an active arts presence in the community.