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Christchurch School to present ‘The Rappahannock Radio Hour’

Above are the Christchurch School Visual and Performing Arts Department cast and crew taking part in this weekend’s production of “The Rappahannock Radio Hour” musical.

The public is invited to Christchurch School next week for the Visual and Performing Arts Department’s winter musical production “The Rappahannock Radio Hour.” The show is an original compilation in revue format, and features such standards as This Land is Your Land; Route 66; Do you know the Way to San Jose; Good Morning Baltimore; Stars Fell on Alabama; California Dreaming; Virginia Moon; Moonlight in Vermont; and Georgia on My Mind.

The show runs Friday and Saturday, February 15-16, at 7 p.m. in The David and Wendy Charlton Fine & Performing Arts Center in Marston Hall. Students oversee every aspect of the production from the writing to set design and decoration, to on-stage singing and acting, to costuming and props, to light, sound and effects, to house management and hospitality. The production is directed and produced by Mark Parsons. Eric Smith is artistic director, Mike Carey is creative director, and Michael McNeill is technical/accompanist. 

General admission at the door is $10 for adults, $5 for students, and $2.50 for children under 9. For questions or reservations, please call 758-2306, ext. 277 or email Reservations can also be secured with our easy, online form at http://www.christchurchschool/page/the-rappahannock-radio-hour.

Local students involved with the production include Claire Keesee, soloist and acting troupe, daughter of Neal Keesee of Christchurch and Julie Duvall of Irvington; and Sarah Graves, technical crew, daughter of Nelson and Lee Ann Graves of Urbanna.

posted 02.14.2019

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