Musical Comedy Food Fight Takes a Light-hearted Look at Relationship Between Food, Exercise and Body Image
KINGSVILLE - April 27, 2010
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Performance is part of the Presidential Performing and Visual Arts Series
Four women struggle to find balance between food, exercise and body image in the musical comedy Food Fight—a nationally touring production that will make a stop at Texas A&M University-Kingsville at 2 p.m. Sunday, May 2 in Jones Auditorium.
With songs, dance and a healthy dose of humor, Food Fight features 24 familiar tunes with parodied lyrics. The production is set in a modern-day health club and chronicles the struggles of four women as they strive to get fit. The musical centers around the characters of Carla Cook, a personal trainer and Cheryl, Connie and Cindy—three women set on getting in shape.
Billed as a “musical comedy for waist-watchers” Food Fight has toured across the country, from New York and Wisconsin to Florida and Maryland.
This free performance is part of the Presidential Performing and Visual Arts Series.
The Presidential Performing and Visual Arts Series is a year-long program of art, music and theatre performances that bring culture and variety to Kingsville for faculty, staff, students and community audiences. The intention is to bring a new element to “learning outside the classroom” for students as they are entertained and educated in venues they might not normally visit. Community members are welcome to continue “life-long learning” by attending these events and interacting with our students.
For more information on this event or the Presidential Performing and Visual Arts Series, call 593-2769.
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