Friday, March 27, 2009

DRUM ROLL PLEASE........!!!!!

May 13, 14, 15 - 8PM
Glad Tidings Creative Light Theater
1179 Eager Rd, Live Oak, CA (just off 99 North)

7:00 PM: Dessert and Coffee
8:00 PM: Showtime ... And a Little Fun at Kenny Wayne’s Expense
Suggested donation is $20 per person (or more if you wish)
OR, tables of 10 can be reserved for $250 each
RSVP:Space is limited, so reserve your seat today for one or all three shows
To RSVP: email or

You do something good every day of your life.
Now here’s an opportunity to do something good with a group of people on a grand scale.

On May 13, 14 and 15, friends and acquaintances of Ken Miller and people who love music and theater will gather for a wonderful evening of music and revelry as part of an ambitious fundraiser to assist the artist and videographer in regaining the use of the hands that are critical for the pursuit of his craft and his passion.

Ken Miller, as many of you are aware, suffers from Parkinson’s disease, a degenerative disorder of the brain’s central nervous system. As a result of the disease, he suffers from a shaking hand condition that has forced him to stop shooting video and impaired him in other ways. But there is a way to minimize the symptoms of the disease. Doctors at Stanford Medical Center told Ken and his wife, Beckie, that there is a surgery called Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) that can alleviate 90% of the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease -- and Ken is a candidate for the surgery. But that surgery is expensive and Ken and Beckie will need help to cover some of the costs of the surgery and other expenses that insurance doesn’t cover.

This fabulous musical revue includes performances from favorite Broadway shows including: MaMa Mia, Annie, West Side Story, Oliver, Grease, Movin’ Out, Mary Poppins, Wicked and My Fair Lady. And special guest performances by Creative Light Theater (Fiddler On The Roof),The Acting Company (Into The Woods) and Faith Christian Players (Oklahoma).Directed by Neil Thorson; Musical Direction: Jeff Poppinga; Choreography Jacque Dake.

To learn more about the surgery and Ken and Beckie Miller, please visit their blog at