CAMDEN — Camden Opera House, 29 Elm St., will co-present the latest original musical comedy by John Burstein, to benefit for Knox County Meals on Wheels. “Bingo Queen” will take the stage 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, July 29 and 30.

Burstein, also known world-wide for his Slim Goodbody educational performances, videos and television shows, has a knack for creating fun, original musicals. His last production for Meals on Wheels was 2016’s “The Night Kitchen,” which funded approximately 1,736 locally delivered meals.

“Bingo Queen” brings the audience onboard with interactive bingo games with prizes, as well as a say in which character gets the titular crown. The fast-paced production includes video, musical numbers and a lively emcee, played by Burstein himself. The Midcoast resident promises a fabulous show for a good cause.

MCH Meals on Wheels delivers hot, nutritious meals to home-bound seniors and disabled individuals in Knox County Monday through Friday. These meals, which can be delivered on a long or short-term basis, are cooked from scratch each day in Making Community Happen’s Rockland kitchen.

“Bingo Queen” tickets are $20 in advance, $25 day-of-show. Concertgoers may choose their own reserved seats online at camdenoperahouse.com or by calling 236-3154 in advance; seats will be assigned on a next-best-available at the door.