An American Cabaret, A Gathering Of Friends to be presented by TCP and Tyrone Community Partnership

After a long, cold, wet winter what could be more fun than an evening of scrumptious food, good friends and exciting entertainment!
That is what individuals can expect at the first co-operative effort between The Tyrone Community Players and The Tyrone Partnership as their combined talents meld to present An American Cabaret, A Gathering Of Friends.
On Friday and Saturday, April 22-23, the Tyrone Social Center will be transformed into a night club-like atmosphere filled with delightful culinary temptations, spirited music and dance, and the warm fellowship of some favorite TCP performers.
While nibbling some warm appetizers, individuals can delight in Darcy Wilson’s rendition of “The Latte Boy”, and, along with Max Dick, a version of “Suddenly Seymour”. The rich, warm tones of Kate Coltabaugh, as she sings from the score of Les Miserables, is the perfect blend to rich coffee and brushetta. Rich Ward, Gib Lucas and Betsy Beck will transport the audience back a few decades with some Peter, Paul and Mary sing-alongs while Jenn DeCoste and Jonathon O’Harrow will surprise everyone with a unique twist on being “Wicked”.
What could make the audience look forward to summer more than a male chorus, led by William A. Jones, singing and dancing to “Under The Boardwalk”.
Top it off with “Fever” by Mary Ann Kurtz, sprinkle in several big production numbers and garnish with a multitude of surprises, and the audience will have a great evening of live entertainment and food, Tyrone style.
Under the direction of Alice Mulhollan, the production is intended to be an evening ripe with texture and experiences.
“We’ve planned this evening to feature some classic entertainment, a few quirky surprises and a lot of good food,” said Mulhollan. “The cast has been working very hard to bring a sense of fun and frolic to this production. Brian Williamson, choreographer, has done some really creative work with such numbers as ‘All That Jazz’ and ‘Be Our Guest’, which is the prelude to a decadent dessert.”
Reservations are required and can be obtained by phoning the ArtsLine at 684-ART2. A limited number of seats are available for each performance, so act quickly to experience this first-time variety presentation.
The cost of the evening is $15 per person and will go to benefit the two presenting organizations.