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Town of Hudson Announces Fall Dinner Theatre Production of “Bright Star”

HUDSON, NC (September 10, 2019) — The Town of Hudson is excited to announce that the cast has been selected and tickets are on sale for the fall dinner theatre production of the Tony nominated Best Broadway Musical, “Bright Star.”  The show will run at the HUB Station Auditorium Theatre, 145 Cedar Valley Road, Hudson, on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, October 17th, 18th, 19th, 24th, 25th and 26th.  The production features dinner at 6:30 PM, followed by the show at 7:30 PM.

“Bright Star” is a story of love, hope and redemption, set in western and central North Carolina, woven through a tapestry of beautiful, harmonic, haunting acoustical music.  It is set in 1945, with flashbacks to the 1920s.  The show was written by Steve Martin and Edie Brickell.  Director Keith Smith says he is as excited and enthralled with this show as much as anything that has ever been produced for HUB Dinner Theatre.  He comments, “This is a beautiful story that will make you laugh, and cry and it will renew your human spirit and belief in the triumph of good.”

Tickets are $35.00 for dinner and the show, $17.50 for the show only.  Dinner is catered by Dan’l Boone Inn.  The tickets can be purchased online by going to townofhudsonnc.tix.com or by going to the HUB Box Office or calling (828) 726-8871.  The show is sponsored by McCreary Modern and is produced by special arrangement with Theatrical Rights Worldwide (TRW).

In photo: Cast of Hudson’s Production of “Bright Star”

Back Row from left to right: Rose Bibeau, Tammy Haigler, Andrew Casturao, Trey Ross, Glen Neal, Adam Lowery, Brandy Gentry, Kevin Parrish, Katelyn Long

Middle Row from left to right: Cynthia Hauss, Kaylyn Hall, Jenni Hassler, Kim Jordan, Holley Dagenhardt, Bethany-Baumgardner Kirby

Front Row from left to right: Jamie Bruckmann, Kris Gibson, Rachael Robinson, Ken Thwing, Jared Wachsmuth

Not pictured: Cecilia Shoup and Trev Moore

Photo by Randy Bumgarner