Hardy, Ark. — Final performance of the musical variety show “Vaudeville Reboot” will be performed here by RTO (Repertory Theater of the Ozarks) 7 p.m. Saturday, July 19, at Main Street Hardy’s Preservation Hall, located on the corner of Main and Kelly in downtown Hardy.
Highlighting the show are magician Cedric Morley of Morley’s Family Magic, juggler Mariann, and sword dancer Vera Martin. Songs of the era will be performed with a light touch in this upbeat and funny show.
RTO singers will present such numbers as “If it’s Good For Mama,” “Bonnie and Clyde,” “The River of No Return,” “Happy Birthday Mr. President,” “The Sunny Side of the Street,” a loopy “The Sloop John B” “Old Man River,” “Stardust,” and many others.
Performing in the show are RTO singers and dancers Mariann Hyslop, Dennis Hobbs, Vera Martin, J.W. Brewer, Phyllis Simpson, and Allison Carter, who doubles as MC and comedian.
Spend the day Saturday in Hardy, visiting shops, eating at the restaurants, and top it off with RTO’s “Vaudeville Reboot”. Preservation Hall is the old brick church on the left side of the street going east on Main Street. It’s an air conditioned and cool new concert hall on the Hardy scene.
Show admission is $8 for adults, $5 for students, and children 12 and under admitted free of charge.
Repertory Theater of the Ozarks (RTO) is a non-profit organization chartered by the State of Arkansas and licensed by the State of Missouri. Keep local theater alive and well with your support.
Tax deductible donations to RTO can be sent to P.O. Box 235, Mammoth Spring AR 72554.