In olden days, a glimpse of stocking was looked on as something shocking, but now heaven knows, Anything Goes.
Most of us remember the days when musicals by Cole Porter, Rodgers and Hammerstein, Irving Berlin, and other big names were being performed on Broadway and in the movies. Remember when Ethel Merman and Frank Sinatra starred in Cole Porter’s “Anything Goes”? Well, starting on Aug. 21 and running for two consecutive nights, this original production will be performed at the Fairfield Glade Community and Conference Center starring Terry Utsey and supported by Cheyenne Graff, Rusty McClanahan, Sue Jay, Jim Hansen, Carol Steger and, of course, Brian Bacon. Music will be provided by members of the Cumberland County Band and the beautiful voices of members of the Festival Chorale and the Cumberland Community Chorus.
"Anything Goes” is being performed for the benefit of Fairfield Glade Resident Services (FGRS) and all ticket proceeds will go to support the many ongoing programs of FGRS and will be earmarked for the new Transportation Program (Way to Go!) being launched in January of 2015.
FGRS is pleased to announce the sponsors for this event. Happy Hounds Reality and Progressive Bank have joined together to help make this a remarkable evening.
What a nice way to spend an evening with your neighbors and friends. There will be a cash bar before curtain time and during intermission with adult beverages and soft drinks of your choice available. Come early and have a glass of wine or other beverage and then sit back and relax while being entertained as in days of old.
Brian Bacon and company feel this will be such a special presentation that they volunteered to perform it for two nights in a row, Aug. 21 and 22. Tickets will go on sale July 21 and will be available at the FGRS Center at 4929 Peavine Rd. Ste 102, and at the Community and Conference Center in Fairfield Glade. The price of a ticket is only $15. FGRS is confident you will enjoy this evening of music and fun. So come join us and hear the beautiful voices of Terry Utsey and the rest of the cast for a performance you will not soon forget.