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7/21/2006
PRESS RELEASE
:A Faery Hunt! O.C. Announces Final Weeks

HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA - July 21, 2006 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- A Faery Hunt!
O.C., the interactive theatrical experience that has entertained hundreds of
children over the summer, announced today that the faeries and other magical
creatures are leaving the enchanted lawns of Huntington Beach Central Park for
the season. The final performance is slated for Saturday, August 12, 2006 at
10:30 a.m. The hunt begins where Central Park Drive ends on the western side
of the park, just east of Edwards Street.

*(PHOTO: Send2Press.com/mediadesk/0706-faeries_72dpi.jpg)
*(Photo Caption: The final performance of A Faery Hunt! O.C. at Huntington
Beach
Central Park.)

As A Faery Hunt! O.C. is taking leave of the park, the production is preparing to re-create the experience for presentation in the school system. "This is a play with positive life-messages for children," explained producer Cynthia Milenkovich. "Children all over Orange County need to get up from their video games, take a break from television, and immerse themselves in the playgrounds of their imaginations."

Ms. Milenkovich also added that A Faery Hunt! O.C. is actively seeking private
funding to subsidize performing the show in schools throughout Orange County
that may be under-funded for bringing in theatrical programs. "We intend to
keep and perhaps even increase the interactive opportunities in the show for

performance in schools. We need to reach children who might otherwise never
get an opportunity to participate in a theatrical experience."

There's still availability for attending the park show, in spite of several
weeks of sold-out performances, claims Milenkovich. This is one of the best
opportunities for children to have their first theatrical experience because
it is absolutely interactive." Thanks to an ensemble of professional actors
who are "...brilliant at improv..." children are encouraged to make
contributions to the dialogue and respond to the faeries and other characters
as they move across the park grounds-which is the open-air set for the hunt.

A Faery Hunt! (Los Angeles) continues its non-stop run under the direction of
Debbie Rothstein in the seclusion of Franklin Canyon.

For information on A Faery Hunt! O.C. or to discuss sponsoring a school-based
performance, please contact Cynthia Milenkovich at 714-557-1507 or
afaeryhuntoc@sbcglobal.net. For information on the Los Angeles based company
of A Faery Hunt! please contact Debbie Rothstein at 818-324-6802 or visit
http://www.afaeryhunt.com for complete details.

Send2Press(R) is the originating wire service for this story.
# # #
NEWS SOURCE: .A Faery Hunt! O.C.
MEDIA CONTACT(S):
[ not for publication or the public ]
A Faery Hunt! O.C.: Cynthia Milenkovich; +1-714-557-1507; afaeryhuntoc @
sbcglobal.net
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