CHP presents 'Home'

The Voices of Carriage House Players are readying for their 5th Annual Christmas musical production, “Home for the Holidays”. This year’s Voices lineup includes (seated. from left) Reagan Brady, Amber Mitchell, (kneeling) Ben Spears, Andrea Delap, (standing) Sara Jo Pierce, Garrett Rutledge, Julie Beard, Andy Lawson (seated at the piano), Mickey Johnson, Lonnie Ables and Lisa Adams.

Carriage House Players would like to entertain you with the 5th Annual Voices of Carriage House Christmas Concert.

This year’s concert is entitled “Home for the Holidays.” There is a wonderful arrangement of music to get anyone in the mood for Christmas.

Performance dates are Dec. 7, 8, 14 and 15 at 7 p.m. at the Fayetteville-Lincoln County Museum Complex. Tickets are available by calling 931-433-1300 and leaving a message to reserve tickets or by going to CHP ticket outlets at The Flower House, Bagley and Bagley or Carter’s Drug Store. Tickets are $12 for adults and $8 for students/children.

This year’s lineup for Voices of Carriage House include Lonnie Ables, Andy Lawson, Garrett Rutledge, Mickey Johnson, Ben Spears, Lisa Adams, Reagan Brady, Rebecca Holdmeyer, Andrea Delap, Amber Mitchell, Julie Beard and Sara Jo Pierce. Nathan Posey will be this year’s special musical guest.

Voices of Carriage House is a special group of singers within Carriage House Players that raises money directly for the building fund.

“Now that we have a building, it is more important than ever that we raise funds to make it the event and theater space we want for Fayetteville-Lincoln County,” said Mickey Johnson, director of Voices of Carriage House.

All proceeds from any performance of Voices of Carriage House go directly into the building fund and have helped CHP raise enough money over the past several years to purchase their new home. Carriage House Players recently purchased the building at 301 Market Street.

“We are very excited to now have our own home, but we still need the community support in order to transform the building into the events/theater building that we want the community to have,” said Sara Jo Pierce, president of Carriage House Players.

Carriage House Players is a nonprofit organization that brings four live theatrical productions to the stage each year. All proceeds to Carriage House Players are appreciated and tax deductible.

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