When: Fri., March 9, 7 p.m. and Sat., March 10, 7 p.m. 2012
The Broadview Heights Spotlights Community Theater Begins 2012 Cabaret Series The Broadview Heights Spotlights Community Theater kicks off its 2012 Cabaret Series with Mark Twain: Life Stories and Other Lies. The one-man show features Brecksville resident, Frank Wilson, as one of America’s greatest authors. The show runs one weekend only at the Broadview Heights Cultural Arts Building (next to the Police Department on the Broadview Center Campus) on Friday, March 9 and Saturday, March 10 at 7:00PM. Tickets are $5 and proceeds from the Cabaret Series benefit the Spotlights’ Education Program. Reservations are suggested and may be made online at www.broadview-heights-spotlights.org or by calling 440-526-4404. Frank Wilson has been a Video Producer and Instructional Designer for the past 40 years, most recently as the Educational Multimedia Director for WVIZ PBS in Cleveland. He attended Penn State University, majoring in broadcasting and has been involved in many local community theater productions for the past eleven years, including the roles of Oz in The Wizard of Oz, Col. Henry Blake in M*A*S*H*, and Oscar Madison in The Odd Couple. He currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Brecksville Little Theater. The Cabaret Series began in 2010 as an opportunity to bring high-quality performances from the greater Cleveland area to the Spotlights’ stage for one-weekend in between the theater’s main stage performances. “The response over the past two years has been great. It’s a great night of entertainment for only five dollars. Past performers and audiences love the intimate experience provided by the small space,” says Spotlights’ Education Director, Tim Anderson, who serves as the producer of the Series.