LAWTON, OK (KSWO) –The Lawton Community Theatre is getting their groove on for the “Welcome to the 60s” musical revue.
“Welcome to the 60s” is a fundraiser for LCT and the audience will be treated to a wide variety of music from the 1960s. Some of the songs include “Respect,” “These Boots Are Made for Walkin’,” “Aquarius (Let the Sunshine In),” “I got you Babe,” “Sittin’ on the Dock of the Bay” and many more.
A cast of 29 performers will sing and dance the night away to everyone’s favorite 60s songs.
“This production provides an excellent way to bring live entertainment to our community, and provide much needed income to support the theater,” said Addam Tate, one of the show’s producers.
Profits from the show will help benefit the Lawton Community Theatre throughout the year as they continue to put on plays.
Allison Offield, Karen Lewis and K.W. Hillis will host the show while music is provided by David Anderson on piano and Mack Womack on drums. Amanda Richey choreographed the dancing and Charlotte Oates directed the music. Neil West and Addam Tate took on the role of producer for the show. However, the show couldn’t go on without the cast, which includes:
The musical revue is Feb. 5 and 6 at 8 p.m., and Feb. 7 at 2 p.m. So, bust out your bell bottoms and tie-dyed shirts and call the box office at 580-355-1600 to reserve your seats.
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