Here are some fun pictures from last year's melodrama. If you didn't get a chance to see the melodrama in 2017, plan now to see the 2018 Peach Days melodrama during Peach Days in September. It's sure to be a great time for everyone.
Litt'l Red and the Red Ryders in Troubled Times in Cactus Gulch
8 pm on Thursday and Friday, Sept. 6th & 7th; Saturday, Sept. 8th at 2, 4 & 6 pm.
Based on the book, music and lyrics by Dee Ann Nichols and directed by Geri Garfield,
a cast of 17 players will create a young girl's adventure in the old west
complete with heroes, villains, an Indian companion and her faithful followers, the Red Ryders.
Characters will be portrayed by a talented cast with Litt’l Red as Aubrey Dickey, and other roles as follows: Great Granny Wentworth by Ellen Hunsaker, Duke Winston by David Robinson, Little Otter by Katherine Brockbank, Annabelle Greene by Emma Parkin, Lulubelle Greene by Amy Hiatt, Clarabelle Greene by Jaxon Baird, Sheriff Bertram Chucklebuck by Gabe Parkin, Deputy George Armstrong Cuthburt by William Bruce Baird, Clyde Cudlow by Colton Pickart, Jake by Daniel Chambers, Irving by Corban Case, Hannah Brown by Abigail Robinson, Timothy Youngblood by Colton Kraus. Radio Announcer by Andy Peterson,
Behind the scenes will be Amber Kaminsky, Rebecca Delaney and Shaelyn Stuart as the stage crew, and Sally Warren as accompanist.
Tickets are $6 per person or $25 per family
Tickets on sale at the Fine Arts Center or online at bcfineartscenter.org
or at the door as available prior to each performance.