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June 13, 2024

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“Show the Love” Benefit at The Franklin Theater

Act Too Players Foundation's inaugural event at the Franklin Theater raises funds for kids with autism and other differences so they can take center stage in performances.

Kids of all kinds enjoy being the center of attention! That’s why Act Too Players, the performing arts school for kids located at 113 Murfreesboro Road in Franklin, is holding a Show the Love benefit — so kids of all abilities can enjoy the performing arts. Act Too has established Act Too Includes, a new branch of the music and theater program that will provide kids with autism and all different abilities the opportunity to develop their potential through the performing arts.

Show the Love Benefit

“Show the Love” is the inaugural fundraiser for the Act Too Foundation which will fund the Act Too Includes program and scholarships for kids with special needs and in foster care. The benefit takes place on Saturday, February 17 at the Franklin Theatre, with host Kelly Sutton. Performances will be by Act Too’s teachers and students both past and present and other surprise guests. Come out to help raise funds for the foundation while enjoying entertainment and desserts.

Doors open for “Show the Love” at 6 p.m.; show starts at 7 p.m. Tickets range from $32 to $125 and are available here. Learn more about the Act Too Players’ Act Too Foundation here.


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