Nancy and Bart Perform for London
Come one, come all to see Nancy's exclusive engagement of her one woman show, "My Life as a 10-Year-Old Boy," at the Riverside Theatres in Hammersmith.
SPECIAL OFFER £15 tickets for the opening nightTuesday, 24 May at 7:45pm, to book call 020 8237 1111 and quote cartwright opening night special ticket dealsubject to availability
Riverside Studios, Hammersmith, London, W6
MAY 24th, 25th, 26th, 27th, 28th, 29th at 7.45pm and 2 matinees on Thursday 26 and Sunday 29th at 4pm
Tickets normally £25 (£15 concessions and under 18s) suitable for children aged 8yrs+
Box Office 020 8237 1111 or Book online at www.riversidestudios.co.uk
See you there!
Bart Simpson Cum Laude
Nancy has just returned from her hometown-Kettering/Dayton Ohio where she did two well-attended benefit performances of her one-woman show My Life as a 10-Year-Old Boy. Her alma mater-Kettering Fairmont High School and Ohio University feted extraordinary events and all the proceeds went towards the Nancy Cartwright Endowment for the Arts, an annual scholarship earmarked for students from Kettering/Fairmont.
At some point in the journey of life it is a good thing to honor those who helped you along the way. Although I established this scholarship, the communities of Kettering/Dayton and Athens, Ohio all contributed, making it a big, fat group effort. Everybody wins."
If you are an aspiring artist from Kettering or the Dayton area, please look over the details in the companion article on this page.
in the Mountains
On April 30th Happy House, Nancys non-profit organization co-founded with Rose Goss, delivered a stellar seminar to an enthusiastic group at the Community Center in Frazier Park, CA. Nancy and Rose were the key speakers, delivering the free 90-minute seminar on "Building Better Families--One Family at a Time" to about 70 people from the Frazier Park community.
With humor and poignant personal stories, their presentation used the common sense precepts from The Way to Happiness by L. Ron Hubbard to give the group tools to handle problems in communication, observation and how to create a saner home environment.
Kicking off the afternoon were the Kids on Stage for a Better World. These enthusiastic and highly-skilled performers danced and sang to uplifting contemporary music and really got the day off on the right foot.
Teresa Legault of Focus Central, a non-profit arts group in Frazier Park, was instrumental in setting up the entire event as she lent her talents and producer expertise to pull off the event without a hitch.