It goes up this week

smokemtnWhat do you mean “it?” IT! The show! Sheesh.

We ran the show for the first time last night. We also had our first mini-audience and if their reaction and laughter-reddened faces are any indication let me say that you will not want to miss this show. It will be a HOOT.

The music’s good, the comedy’s good, heck, it’s all good. I like pickles, but by the end of this show I may not anymore. Make your reservations to find out what I mean.

662-323-6855 or email

To reserve a seat, please call the box office at 662-323-6855 and leave your name and phone number, the number of seats you would like to reserve, the performance date you would like to attend, and – if you know – the row and seat numbers you would like. Someone will call you back to confirm your request.

Smoke on the Mountain features the talented cast of Madeline Golden, Kevin Kern, Bruce Lesley, Kary Rogers, Paul Ruff, Krista Vowell and Molly Watkins.

Show dates:

Thursday, April 20
Friday, April 21
Friday, April 28
Saturday, April 29
Sunday, April 30
Tuesday, May 2
Wednesday, May 3
Thursday, May 4
Friday, May 5
Saturday, May 6

From Samuel French:
The year is 1938. It’s Saturday night in Mount Pleasant, NC, and the Reverend Oglethorpe has invited the Sanders Family Singers to provide an upliftin’ evening of singin’ and witnessin’. The audience is invited to pull up a pew and join in the rollicking good time. More than two dozen songs, many of them vintage pop hymns, and hilarious stories from the more or less devout Sanders provide a richly entertaining evening that has audiences clapping, singing, laughing and cheering.

Totally beguiling … foot stomping soul food.“– N.Y. Post.

Wildly funny…. So well written that I found myself laughing, rooting for the family, and singing along and clapping with the rest of the audience.“– Trentonian.

A sophisticated audience went simply wild.“– Philadelphia Daily News.

A charming and funny celebration of Americana.“—N.Y. Times.

2 thoughts on “It goes up this week

  1. I heard that there is going to be a free performance of “Smoke on the Mountain” on Monday night. Do you know if that is definite? If not, I will gladly buy a ticket to see it…I am really looking forward to it!

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