Happy Birthday: The McCoy Theatre turns 30

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Top L to R: Lori Olcott, Billy Pullen, Chris Davis, Bittom L to R: Chris Davis, Ed Porter
  • Bottom Photo by Nan Nunes Hackman
  • Top L to R: Lori Olcott, Billy Pullen, Chris Davis, Bottom L to R: Chris Davis, Ed Porter
This just in from the self-promotion department:

Tonight (Friday, Oct. 29th) Rhodes College students, faculty, and alum will celebrate The McCoy Theatre's 30th anniversary with a sold-out performance of The Robber Bridegroom followed by a party.

The Robber Bridegroom's cast is a blend of students, notabile community performers like John Hemphill, and alum like Michael Towle, Mary Buchignani, and me, your humble Intermission Impossible blogger, who was in the McCoy's original production of The Robber Bridegroom in 1988.

This is something of a public service announcement since pretty much everybody who has ever been involved in theater in Memphis has, at one time or another, wanted to see my cut off head in a box.

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