Follies – Steampunk Adventures

Presented by Central Coast Follies

This 21st annual professionally-choreographed song and dance presentation involves audience participation, sing-alongs and melodrama laughter.  Audience members are invited to wear Steampunk garb for outfit judging and to meet cast members in Steampunk attire. This presentation benefits three non-profit businesses dealing with youth dancers, college singers, and Parkinson’s Disease research.

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Description of show segments:

This is entertainment re-imagined:

Act 1 – $25 Ticket (3-4 PM) – The train conductor explains the audience part in the train ride adventures using music and dance. This includes kids riding with a dreamer as their guide, musical fates, a muse and a conductor — while Ms. Kittie, an industry-driven woman, is in pursuit to win them over to her ways.

Intermission – $20 Ticket (4-5 PM) – Stay in the theatre or come to the lobby – or both. In the theatre, audience members have the opportunity to enjoy a musical treat with singers from Cuesta Musical Theater Vocal Workshop Class, including instructor Chad Ruyle.  In the lobby, while mingling with cast members, there is an audience Steampunk outfit competition judged by guest professionals for best overall garb with a $100 prize, and any other competition the judges choose.

Act 2 – $25 Ticket (5-6 PM) – The theme continues to its conclusion with classic songs, Broadway tunes, colorful costumes and more fabulous dancing.

Best Value: Full Show Ticket $50 – Act 1, Act 2 and Intermission (3-6 PM) – a $20 savings!

Ticket Tips – Purchase one or two tickets separately, or split your viewing dates since the same performance runs two Sundays.

This is Central Coast Follies 21st annual performance benefitting Parkinson’s Disease research (nearly $400,000 donated so far) and two additional local non-profits.


March 5, 2023


3:00 pm




Forbes Hall
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