Free Tickets to January 23, 2015 performance courtesy of community partners
When the highly-acclaimed Crazy Hair Tour rolled into town in 2014, a sold out audience of 1,400 ladies and their 8-12 year old daughters heard about practical modesty, fashion and true beauty at West End Assembly of God (WEAG). Described as America’s most popular mother-daughter stage show, the show features conversations about things girls should hear early on in their lives.
Katie Gilman, a mom who attended last year’s show with her three daughters, told the Times-Dispatch last year, “I just really think it crucial mom’s fill those daughters up with truth about real beauty before culture … grabs a foothold in their hearts and minds.”
The widely-acclaimed Crazy Hair Tour will be back at WEAG, but organizers at First Things First of Greater Richmond are adding a second show.
“We know moms, aunts, grandmothers and mentors all over our city have girls in their lives,” Director of Programming Aaron Lee says, “and we want to make sure girls in the East End have an opportunity to hear this message, too.”
The Secret Keeper Girl Crazy Hair Tour will make a stop at Church Hill’s Robinson Theater on January 23 at 7:00 p.m. Free tickets to this event are being made available through community partners.
The Crazy Hair Tour teaches the same healthy relationship mindset offered by First Things First in their school-based programs. In 2013, First Things First reached more than 400 youth with these skills, teaching healthy communication, problem solving and raising awareness of unhealthy and abusive relationships.
Mom Sandra said, “[I] loved it! [The show] teaches modest values that our society has forgotten about.”
For more information about the East End show at Robinson Theater, contact First Things First at 804-288-3431.
If your business, church or community organization would be interested in sponsoring the event, contact Brittany Clyburn, Director of Development at First Things First 804-288-3431.
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