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Up with People performs community work for Auburn
Auburn welcomed the multinational cast of Up with People and their latest production, Voices, this week.
The cast and staff of 100 represent 20 countries.
Up with People's live two-hour performance – set for 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday at the Auburn Performing Arts Center – includes original and popular music and features a blend of soloists, full-cast production numbers, fast-moving choreography and colorful costumes.
The cast arrived in Auburn on Monday, were led to the Auburn Avenue Theater via a police escort, and later welcomed by Mayor Pete Lewis.
While in Auburn, the cast members are staying with host families to build personal worldwide awareness and connections.
The cast participated in a community service project for Auburn Youth Resources to finish painting, grouting, cleaning and preparing a house, the Arcadia Center, that will be used as a youth homeless shelter.
Up with People's visit to the Seattle Area is sponsored by Northwest Area Rotary Clubs.
Tickets are $20. More details about the program and ticket information for the show can be found at www.upwithpeople.org/auburn.