ACU theatre presents "Cedar Gap Homecoming"
For immediate release
August 9, 1999
The personalities of Cedar Gap that once danced across
the pages of the Abilene Reporter-News are coming to life on
stage at Abilene Christian University in ACU Theatre's fall
dinner theatre production, "Cedar Gap Homecoming."
Cedar Gap was made popular by Abilene Reporter-News
columnist Jack Boyd from 1987 to 1992. A script and lyrics
by Boyd, ACU professor of emeritus of music, and original
music by Ed George, ACU professor of music, merge into a
rollicking musical where the Cedar Gap citizens welcome home
Cletus, Pearl and others to the Palace Hotel and
"Everyone who read the tales of Cedar Gap in the Abilene
Reporter-News needs to make time for this affirming and
laughter-filled journey," said director Adam Hester.
professor and chair of theatre. "The tales of a master
story-teller come to life on a stage."
"Cedar Gap Homecoming" runs Aug. 20-21, 27-28 and Sept.
3-4 at Sewell Theatre on the ACU campus. Dinner tickets
cost $20; performance-only tickets cost $8. For tickets,
call 674-ARTS Monday through Friday from 1 to 5 p.m.
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