By Jeremy D. Wells
Carter County Times
The community of Olive Hill is planning for another summer of song and dance, when On With the Show returns to the Olive Hill Center for Arts and Education next month.
The annual musical event will feature “songs from stage and screen” with their dinner and show, scheduled for Friday, July 1, on the Olive Hill Historical Society stage, at 120 Comet Drive.
Tickets for the pre-show dinner are on sale now at Tackett’s Furniture, at $25 a seat, or you can purchase tickets for the show only at $12 a seat. Show only tickets may also be purchased at the door, on the evening of the event, however dinner tickets must be purchased in advance and are capped at 200 total.
Dinner will begin at 6 p.m. with the show following at 7 p.m.
Numbers scheduled so far include Send in the Clowns from Sondheim’s A Little Night Music, When Life Gives Me Lemons from the movie Peter Rabbit, Cuban Pete from the Mask, Never Enough from the Greatest Showman, Memory from Cats, and Somewhere from West Side Story. Additional numbers include Cool Rider from Grease 2, Hopelessly in Love with You from Grease, I Only Have Eyes for You from Dames, and No Reason from Beetlejuice, with more possibly added.
The show will also feature dance recitals from students at Dancing with Hope and the Cosmic Center studios.
Cast will include Debbie Harman, Angela Fultz, Amy Greene, Joe Foltz, Audra Foltz, Ted Harman, Madison Caplinger, Kiersten Harris, Landon Copley, Beau Lambert, Greg Collinsworth, and Margaret Roark. The crew includes Nathan Kiser, Josh Stapleton, Chris Bledsoe, Dalton Conley, Kristin Norman, and Tammy Moore. Narration is courtesy of Paul Tierney.
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