Student Scholarship Fundraiser set for Oct. 26
oin Countess and Count Dracula at their Schwardzwald Haus,
“Black Forest” lodge, on Saturday, Oct. 26, 2013 to celebrate Dracula’s Surprise Birthday
Party – #500! Savor artisan cheeses and butler-passed sparkling potions at the 6:30 p.m.
Reception with Character Encounters.
Be sure to cross your gypsy’s palm with silver for Tarot Card readings, Polaroid Photos, Raffle
Auction and Cash bar. Dine if you Dare during a Bavarian-style Gourmet Dinner while
performers entertain you with Music & Merriment. Enter the Costume Contest and win prizes.
Later, Dance till Dawn at the Vampire’s Ball.
“Our guests, cast and crew do have ‘Fang-tastic Fun’ while raising funds to support Student
Scholarships for Teen Filmmakers’ Workshop, a program of Ryan Film Institute,” according to
Katherine Walsh Ryan, who wears multiple tiaras as President and Founder of Ryan Film
Institute and as Writer, Director and Co-star of the dinner-theatre show.
“Now in our eighth year of Dinner with Dracula & Vampire’s Ball, this dinner-theatre show
surprises the Count with a birthday party held at his hunting lodge because our event is at the
Bavarian Inn’s Schwardzwald Haus, the perfect setting for our dinner theatre show. Guests
will meet a mix of European royalty and costumed characters from traditional Bavarian and
Transylvanian tales to lend authenticity to our show,” Mrs Ryan adds.
Tickets are $50 for adults, $30 for students, with Royal Table Seating and sponsorships
available. Email firstname.lastname@example.org, mail check by October 18 payable Ryan Film
Institute to: Ryan Film Institute, P.O. Box 359, Shepherdstown, WV 25443-0359, or purchase
online via Pay Pal at www.RyanFilmInstitute.org.
In addition to buying tickets, individuals and businesses may purchase Program ads to support
aspiring teen filmmakers who want to be students of Teen Filmmakers’ Workshop. Ad logos
and art may be Emailed to email@example.com by October 9 for inclusion.
“Since 2007 when our workshops began, some of our best students have requested
scholarships; and I’m very pleased to see so many of them enroll in our workshops every year,
then continue with pursuing film production and studies, making films and winning awards, and
now working in the industry full time,” said Mrs. Ryan.
For details, contact Katherine Walsh Ryan at 304.283.8878, firstname.lastname@example.org,