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After pretty much a solid year without any live entertainment (outside of all things virtual), we are FINALLY getting live entertainment in front of our faces this coming summer! One step closer to getting back to a full normal!

A couple of days ago, the Prescott Park Arts Festival announced on their Facebook page that this summer (between July 9 and August 15), the live musical You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown! is going to hit the Prescott Park Arts Festival stage.

Can you imagine just sitting on a blanket with your family at Prescott Park, soaking in the incredible weather, fresh air, sunshine, and just that overall amazing feeling of watching something LIVE in front of you again?

Here's a really cool part, too -- YOU can be in the musical. The Prescott Park Arts Festival is holding virtual auditions through Saturday, March 20. To find out more about what you need to do to audition, check out the Prescott Park Arts Festival website.

And as far as how this is all going to work, because, well, pandemic and social distancing and mandates and such, the Prescott Park Arts Festival are saying to stay tuned, because everything will be broken down later on down the line as we get closer.

Are you going to? Are you exciting that this is just ANOTHER step forward in the right direction for us to get back to as normal of a life as possible?

Summer in New England is going to be AMAZING this year.

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