Chance Theater’s recent loss of some grants and foundation support means the Anaheim Hills landmark is in need of help from the local community. For 24 hours straight, the theater is putting on a variety of live entertainment, including musical revues, one-act performances and a magic show in hopes of collecting nearly $19,000 in donations to support the upcoming season. Currently, more than 70 marathoners are signed up to raise money for every hour of theater they can sit through. Support the cause and view performances like Ichabod & Katrina, an adaptation of The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, or take your chance with Jerry Springer: The Opera Finale Choreography, where you can “learn to tap dance and curse at the same time.”
Fri., May 25, 7 p.m., 2012
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