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8/6/2012
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In this delightful slice of Americana, Tony winner Robert Preston recreates his role as a travelling con man who sets out to fleece a small town community, but ends up finding love instead, all while enriching the town with a love of music! With one iconic song after another in Meredith Wilson’s infectious score, and the talents of Preston, Shirley Jones, Buddy Hackett, and Ron Howard on full display, it is easy to see why The Music Man won our Fan Favorite Audience Poll!

Rated G, 1962, 2 hours and 31 minutes

Guests are encouraged to bring beach chairs or other easily portable seating items. Set-up begins at 5:30 p.m. with the movie starting at dusk (approximately 8 p.m.). In a continuing partnership with the Newport Beach Film Festival, a selection of the best short animated films from this year’s festival will be shown prior to the main feature. Guests may bring their own snacks and picnic suppers. Patina Catering will have assorted snacks and beverages available for purchase. Barbecues and similar food preparation will not be permitted.

The Center’s very own “Music Man” invites you to join him in making a flute from 6:30 – 7:30 on the plaza. John Zeretzke, from the Center’s Arts Teach Program, will teach movie fans of all ages how to make and play their own West African bamboo flute. Mr. Zeretzke works on behalf of Segerstrom Center for the Arts to provide opportunities for the community to experience the joy of creating and listening to multicultural music.

The flutes are the same ones Mr. Zeretzke uses in his Flutes Across the World program, so people can choose to keep their flute to play or to donate it to a child. If you choose to donate your flute, it will be flown along with Flutes Across The World Ambassador and Director John Zeretzke to countries around the world on humanitarian music missions and given to children in need.

 
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