CCT 50th Anniversary
Wednesday, April 29, 2009
Photos by Dan Whitney and Vanessa Reusch
Letter from the I.R.S.
left to right, Amy Sarchet, Dave Hickman, Tony Puffett, Janet Brown, Dave Zelle, Penny Pingrey, and Andrew Linn read a scene from "You Can't Take It With You" at Saturday night's CCT 50th Anniversary celebration.
First CCT Production
Dave Zelle (left) and Penny Pingrey read a scene from the Cherokee Community Theatre's very first production, "You Can't Take It With You," at Saturday's 50th Anniversary of the CCT.
Not much to say
Mark Pullen (left) and Ruth Hayes read a scene from "Dearly Departed." Actually, Ruth did all the reading.
A friendly game of gin
Mollie Loughlin (left) and Andrew Linn re-enact a scene from their 2009 CCT production "The Gin Game" Saturday night.
Jomi Anderson gets her groove on with the Pump Boys and the Dinnettes Saturday night during the 50th Anniversary of the CCT held at the Cherokee Community Center.
Nuns of the convent
The nuns of Nunsense made an appearance during the 50th Anniversary of the CCT Saturday night held at the Cherokee Community Center. Pictured are Eileen Tjeerdsma, Lisa Lindeman, Holly Ohlson and Carolyn Wiese.
John Koser was the Guest Speaker at Saturday's CCT 50th Aniversary celebration.
...not Prince, not Duke, not Earl ...
Ryan Brown delighted the audience with a reprise of his Cowardly Lion role from "The Wizard of Oz"
Blake Burroughs sang the title song from the musical "Oklahoma," a past CCT production.
The hills are alive ...
Amy Sarchet sang the title song from "The Sound of Music."
Janet Brown, left, and Lisa Hunter read a scene from "Steel Magnolias."