Broadway Comes to Ludlow SaturdayMarch 21,2013LUDLOW — The “FOLA Follies of 2013” will take to the stage at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Ludlow Town Hall Auditorium.
The performance features a cast of all-star performers from the Black River area and the performance will be directed by Tesha Buss of Plymouth.
The show will include songs from such hit Broadway musicals as “Kiss Me Kate,” “Gypsy,” “Cats,” and “Les Miserables.” Buss is a veteran of the Broadway musical stage and the cast includes George Thomson, Lisha Klaiber, Linda Thomson, Aiyana Fortin, Sherri Geimer, Joey Blane, Bob Kottkamp, Andy Ohotnicky and David Almond. Cindy Wooton will provide the music and Kevin Kuntz will narrate the production.
The show is free but donations are appreciated. For more information call 228-7239 or visit www.fola.us.
The Ludlow Town Hall Theater is at 37 Depot St. in Ludlow.MORE IN This Just In
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