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The City of Menlo Park Community Services Departmenthas teamed up with Guggenheim Entertainment to bring you an interactive fun-filled evening at the PAC.
Come dressed in character as you act-along and quote-along to our favorite ghost removal service movie! Special “Fun Pack” for advance ticket buyers / RSVPs.
Quote-along events are presented with a pre-show introduction including explanation of the quote-along elements. Guests are encouraged to dress up as their favorite character and play-along with the movie. This quote-along event is highly interactive with in-movie antics and a special “Fun Pack” for advance ticket buyers. Purchase your tickets in advance to ensure that you are not left out of the fun! Fun Pack quantities are limited and may not be available for walk-in patrons.
The Menlo-Atherton Performing Arts Center is home to chamber orchestras, professional ballet companies, choirs, quote/sing-along events, lectures, school productions, and many other programs. In an effort to keep our theater in top-notch condition for all activities the Sequoia Union School District strictly forbids food and drink inside the theater. Kindly finish all food and beverage outside or in the lobby area before finding your seat. No alcohol on school campus is allowed.
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MPAA Rating: PG
When & Where
City of Menlo Park: Community Services Department
Menlo Park is a city of roughly 30,000 people located in the South Bay Area, with San Francisco and Oakland to the north and San Jose to the south. In 2009, the City constructed the Menlo-Atherton Performing Arts Center (PAC) in conjunction with Menlo-Atherton High School. This facility is available to the City of Menlo Park 55 days out of the year for community programming.
The Performing Arts Center seats 492 and contains professional-quality sound and lighting, an orchestra pit accommodating up to 80 musicians, and a full lobby and box office. The venue has hosted musical performances, touring dance companies, author lectures, live chamber music, etc. A wide variety of performances including dance, theatre, musicals, film screenings, sing-alongs, and many other art forms are made availible to the general public throughout the year.
For information on upcoming programs, please contact Matt Milde at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (650) 330-2223.