By JASON MOON
And on April 30, May 1-2, the theatre group will offer up its final production of the season.
The group will perform "Salute to Broadway: Clay County Style," during the three days.
Dinner will begin at 6:30 p.m., with the shows starting at 7:30 each evening. Reservations are necessary and tickets cost $25 per person, which includes a full buffet.
Community Theatre of Clay County, Inc., Board President and musical director Lee Reberger said those in attendance will get to hear several Broadway classics.
"There must be at least snippets, verses or choruses from approximately 60-70 songs," Reberger said. "We have everything from music from Tin Pan Alley in the 20s and 30s to songs appearing on Broadway even today."
Reberger said several classics will be performed during the performances, including tunes from "Oklahoma," "The Fantastics," "Peter Pan," "My Fair Lady," "Phantom of the Opera," and "Cats."
A total of 23 performers will be on stage the three nights, including three women who have deep roots with the theatre group. Back for the upcoming performance after long absences will be Kandace Brown, Dava Boor and Tammy Emmert, along with others who have been performing throughout the years.
Auditions for the musical took place in March, but Reberger said everybody that showed up for auditions has a role.
"If you show up, you're in it," he said. "Everybody gets to do something."
In addition, stage lights will be handled by three individuals and Reberger said approximately eight volunteers will help serve meals and "take care of audience members."
Reberger added Steve McCullough will accompany the singers on the piano. McCullough also performed with the theatre group during its Christmas Show and has played in several shows during the past 25 years.
Reberger said the group has attempted to perform at least one musical revue since its inception.