The Crothersville Town Players will present the dinner theatre production “A Sunny Morning” on Friday & Saturday, March 22 & 23, at Hamacher Hall
A Sunny Morning is a comedic banter between a woman and gent during an outing at the park on a sunny morning. Though they meet as strangers sharing a park bench, they begin to think they may have known each other in their youth. The play was originally created for ‘The Magic Key’s Valentine Edition’ and aired on radio as a single episode February 5, 1939.
The Crothersville cast includes Brenda Holzworth, Jesse Law, Linda Seals, Cristy Bush, Karen and Kim Mains, Eunice Lacey, Alexandra Smith, Sandy Law, Brayden Growe and Destiny Lawrence.
CTP Dorothy Bibb Rice will be presenting the popular A Walk Down Memory Lane, featuring Memories of Springtime in Crothersville, which recounts the memories of her childhood and the simple life of early Crothersville.
The pianist for the evening will be Janet Nehrt of Crothersville and will include selections of Parlor Music by Stephen Foster.
The dinner is being catered by volunteers.
Tickets are sold for table seating and the tables will be decorated by area businesses, clubs and groups. Each table setting will include free gifts and specialty items from the table sponsor.
Table sponsors include; Subway, Aunt Samantha’s, Last Stop Repair Shop, The Lions Club, Scott County Genealogical Society, Lucille’s Home Cookin’, Crothersville Senior Center, Developmental Services, Crothersville Historical and Cultural Arts Assoc. and The Crothersville Town Players.
Doors will open at 6 p.m. with dinner being served at 6:30 p.m.
Tickets are available for purchase now at a cost of $15 for the 3-course meal, live performance theater and gifts from sponsored tables. Seats are limited, so persons wishing to attend are urged to secure their tickets early.
Hamacher Hall is located at 211 East Howard Street. The Dinner Theater is a fund raising event to support the current and future needs of the Crothersville Historical and Cultural Arts Association.
For more information or to reserve tickets, call 793-2760 or 793-2322. Tickets are also available for purchase at Aunt Samantha’s on Armstrong Street.