Shakespeare in the park is back




The Big Bad Wolf (Michael Kelly) tries to make a meal out of Little Red (Ashlee Stimson) and Grandmother (Amber Dillard).

The Big Bad Wolf (Michael Kelly) tries to make a meal out of Little Red (Ashlee Stimson) and Grandmother (Amber Dillard).

FLINT — The Kearsley Park players summer tour continues with “Little Red Riding Hood” Children’s Fairy Tale across Genesee County: July 14-17.

The public Welcome – Free Admission

The Kearsley Park Players Summer Tour continues with their annual children’s fairy tale. This year’s production is “Little Red Riding Hood” and the 30-minute show is perfect for young children. Due to the short length, shows will start promptly.

The production features Ashlee Stimson in the lead role with support from a large company of actors, including Amber Dillard, Jessica Eldridge, Michael Kelly and others ranging in age from 4 to 67.

All performances are free and open to the public. They begin on Friday, July 14 with a 7p.m. performance at Flint’s Kearsley Park Pavilion and finish on July 17 with a 3p.m. performance at Flint’s McKinley Park. In between, the show will travel to nine other locations across Genesee County.

The schedule of performances;

Thursday July 14

Kearsley Park Pavilion 7 p.m.

Friday July 15

Catholic Charities Day Camp 10 p.m.

U of M- Flint Early Childhood Education 11:00 AM

Haskell Community Center 1:30 p.m.

Boys and Girls Club 2:30 p.m.

Linden County Park (Clover Beach) 7 p.m.

Saturday, July 16

Max Brandon Park, Flint 2 p.m.

Mott Park, Flint 3 p.m.
Flushing County Park 7 p.m.
Sunday, July 17
For Mar Nature Preserve 2 p.m.
McKinley Park, Flint 3 p.m.

No tickets are required. Please bring your own lawn chairs everywhere except Kearsley Park. For more information, contact Director Kay Kelly at 810-845- 4050. — G.G.


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