‘Jack Tales’ to be presented


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Courtesy of SKCTC ‘Jack Tales’ will be presented by the Center Stage Players at Southeast Kentucky Community & Technical College June 27-30.


The Center Stage Players at Southeast Kentucky Community & Technical College will present “Jack Tales” in the Godbey Appalachian Center Theatre on the Cumberland campus.

Performances will take place at 7 p.m. on June 27-30 and admission is $5.

The production includes The Old Sow and Her Three Shoats, Jack and the King’s Daughter, Cat N’ Mouse, Jack and the Robbers and Jack Hunts Christmas.

Cast members include Dustin Haley, of Cumberland, Brooke Eads, of Cumberland, Anna Caudill, of Totz, Olivia Creech, of Benham, Eric Creech, of Benham, Emily Honaker, of Lynch, James Honaker, of Lynch, Abrielle Sherman, of Lynch, Lily Clem, of Baxter, Maggie Clem, of Baxter, and Wendy Clem, of Baxter.

Professor Michael Corriston, of Totz, is serving as director.

The Jack Tales are Appalachian folk tales with Jack as the hero. Some of the tales originated from European folk tales brought over to America centuries ago. The Appalachian people then turned those into what we know today and added more tales into the mix.

For more information about the performances or to make reservations, contact Corriston at 606-589-3137.

Courtesy of SKCTC ‘Jack Tales’ will be presented by the Center Stage Players at Southeast Kentucky Community & Technical College June 27-30.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_Jack-Tales.jpgCourtesy of SKCTC ‘Jack Tales’ will be presented by the Center Stage Players at Southeast Kentucky Community & Technical College June 27-30.

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