Carriage House Players’ production, “Southern Hospitality”, is in its final week of performances with shows Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings, May 8-10, at the Fayetteville/Lincoln County Museum and Civic Center.
Written by the award winning trio of Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope, and Jamie Wooten, the play features the Futrelle sisters, Rhonda Lynn, Honey Raye, Twink and Frankie, who are working hard to save the town of Fayro from meeting its end. The possibility of a salsa factory moving to town has everyone excited, and the sisters along with their family and friends have planned a Fayro Days festival to lure the factory and its owner to town.
In the midst of all of the preparation, Dub’s mean old Aunt Iney is coming to visit Frankie and him with the promise of news to share. Before Iney can share her news, she drops dead at the breakfast table. Hilarity ensues as they try to hide a dead body from the salsa executive while simultaneously trying to impress them with all that Fayro has to offer.
With Andrea Delap as the director and Sarah Butler as assistant director, the play’s cast includes Brenda Wilkes, Sara Jo Pierce, Sharon Williams, Tammy Haney, Kim Gray, Brandi Barnes, Ben Spears, Truman Carroll, Mark Mitchell, Tommy Ward, Lisa Adams, Nancy West, and Randy Neely.
Curtain time is at 7 p.m. each evening at the Museum Theatre. Ticket prices are $12 for adults and $8 for students, and are available at Bagley & Bagley Insurance, Carter’s Drugstore, The Flower House, Parks City Branch of Regions Bank, The Book Inn, and Sissy’s Antiques. Reservations can also be made by calling (931) 433-1300 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, and they’ll gladly have your tickets for you at the door.
Carriage House Players would like to recognize and thank sponsors who help make shows possible, encouraging everyone to support them whenever possible: Access Realty; Absolute Nails; Amy and Brooke Grubb; Aranea Solutions; Askins Publishing Group Inc.; Bagley & Bagley Insurance; Bank of Lincoln County; Backstage Performing Arts; Ben and Carolyn Brooks; Bob and Bartie Scott;
Bradford Appliance; Brenda Wilkes; Cahoots Restaurant; Carter’s Drug Store; Crawford Supply; Dan DeJarnatt, O.D.; David, Marcheta and Sam Darnell; David and Tami Newcomb; David A. Kidd, CPA; ERA Realty; Farm & Home Realty-Mary Ann Tackett; Fayetteville/Lincoln County Chamber of Commerce;
Fayetteville Lumber & Supply; First Commerce Bank; First National Bank; HM Management; Harmony Hill Church of God; Higgins Funeral Home; Ivy Wreath; J.B. and Nancy Cox; Jean and Jerry Benson; Jane Pendergrass; Jane Wilcox; Jeans Lawn and Garden Center; Jennifer Thornton; Jerry McKinney, DDS; Karen Vessell;
Lincoln County Vending & Snacks; Lincoln County Vision Center; Lisa Adams; Lonnie and Cindy Ables; Mark and Teresa Mitchell; McCown, Richardson, McCown Attorneys; Mickey Johnson; Monaghan Construction; Ottley Family Dental; Patsy and John Moore; Pendergrass Supply; Phyllis F. Counts, Lincoln County Clerk; Putman & Hancock, CPA; Mary Jane Porter, Lincoln County Trustee; Randy and Andrea Delap; Randy Neely;
Ray Fraley, Attorney; Ricky Pierce Repair & Remodeling; Shoney’s of Fayetteville; Sir’s Fabrics; Sonia Bradford; Storey Bookkeeping Service; Tiffany Quick; The Elk Valley Times; Tom Bigham III, DDS; Truman, Jennifer, John & Jay Carroll; Walker Crop Insurance; and US Bank.