Southern Hospitality

By: Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope, and Jamie Wooten
Performances: Apr. 17 - May 3, 2009

The Futrelle Sisters – Frankie, Twink, Honey Raye and Rhonda Lynn – are in trouble again.
This time, the problem is bigger than ever: their beloved hometown, Fayro, Texas, is in danger of disappearing and it’s up to the sisters to save it from extinction.

Ever since the Super SmartMart and the rendering plant closed, folks have been leaving Fayro in droves, but Honey Raye, with a major assist from her former nemesis, Geneva Musgrave, has come up with a possible solution: “Fayro Days”, which includes a craft show, a pet costume parade, a beauty pageant and a huge Civil War battle reenactment. So now it’s up to the citizens of Fayro to quickly make her promises a reality. The biggest hurdle to impressing the salsa representative is staging a Civil War battle reenactment with only fifteen participants. A laugh-out-loud farce and a stand-alone play in its own right, SOUTHERN HOSPITALITY is the third play in the trilogy that began with DEARLY BELOVED and continued with CHRISTMAS BELLES.

Performance dates are April 17-May 3, 2009 at 8 PM on Fridays and Saturdays and 2 PM on Sundays.

Miss Geneva Musgrave| Carolyn Corsano Wong|
Honey Raye Futrelle| Amy Sowers|
Gina Jo Dubberly Waverly| Cristy Mullins|
Rhonda Lynn Lampley| Rhonda McLaughlin|
Justin Waverly| Jeremy Anderson|
John Curtis Buntner| Thomas Lockhart|
Frankie Futrelle Dubberly| Patrice Kentimenos|
Raynerd Chisum| Seth Radliff|
Aunt Iney| Marilyn Lewellen|
D. Dayva Davidson| Diane Edgar|
Buck Strickland| James Bingham
Producer| Carolyn Corsano Wong|
Director| Jillian Nolan|
Stage Manager| Steven Wong|
Tech Director| James Bingham|
Set Design| Greg Kelly|
Light Design| Roger Ormiston|
Sound Design| Jim Tatum|
Lights| Marcia Feldt Bates|
Props| Michael Wong|
| Sally Johnson|
| Jaime Winter|
Special Thanks| Bea Rouse|
| Carolyn Townsend|
| Robin Fitch|
| Denver Conley|
| ACE Theatre|
| Mike Goode |
| Molly Goode|
| Mackenzie Goode|
| Ozzy Osborne|
| Peggy Miller|
| Brad Meyer|
| Doc Fennessy|
| Nora Winter|
| Katie Griffith|
Sponsers| |
Producer| TSF, Inc.|
Director| Mike & Molly Goode|
Stage Manager| Jim & Angela Graves

The character of Buck Strickland was originally billed as being played by "himself" because the part was a surprise cameo of the Crighton Theatre Executive Director James "Jim" Bingham.