CAMP SPRINGS, Md., Oct. 9, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- "College Fever! - What's The Real Price of College?" returns October 27th and 28th with three performances. The Council for Responsible College Financing presents Jay Cameron's theatrical production, College Fever LIVE! "College Fever!" explores the hot topic of college financing in an entertaining event, which includes an incredible light show, live music, singing and dance.
"College Fever!" was created to bring awareness to the student loan and credit card debt crisis millions of college students are battling. This production offers steps to avoiding and overcoming student debt while illustrating the struggle many families face when confronted with financing college. From family and social pressures to financial illiteracy, "College Fever!" educates while entertaining.
When someone hears the title "College Fever!", fraternity and sorority life may come to mind. Others might think of the wild campus lifestyle. And though these are aspects of this unprecedented production's script, there is much more to "College Fever!".
Woven together in an unforgettable yet familiar story, "College Fever!" offers solutions for the student debt crisis in this thought provoking show. As a follow up to "College Fever!", Debt Free College Degree – The Seminar digs even deeper to offer a systematic approach to paying for college, debt free. Both events educate and entertain.
Jay Cameron is a community leader, playwright, husband and father of four. He is the founder of Urban Change CDC. Urban Change CDC developed the 10,000 Back-To School Book Bag giveaway which provides book bags to the community annually. With a 20-year career in radio and performing arts, Mr. Cameron's goal is to educate while entertaining.
"College Fever!" Live at The Life Center at 5610 Linda Lane, Camp Springs, MD 20748. Three shows on Saturday, October 27th at 3pm and 8pm and Sunday, October 28th at 5pm. Admission is $20 in advance and $25 day-of-show.
For more details, visit www.collegefeverstageplay.com
SOURCE The Council for Responsible College Financing