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Bay Tree Council releases slate of shows for 2022-23

The Bay Tree Council for the Performing Arts in Red Bay has announced shows for its 2022-2023 season.

The first production, “Murder Me, Murder Me Not” by William Springer, will be staged Nov. 10-13. The dinner theater production, “A Bad Year for Tomatoes” by John Patrick, will be Feb. 9-12, 2023; and the third and final production of the season, “Doublewide, Texas” by Nicholas Hope, Jessie Jones and Jamie Wooten, will be April 27-30, 2023.

Auditions for “Murder Me, Murder Me Not” will be held in September, and tickets will go on sale Oct. 31. Look for details in local papers and on Facebook soon.

Contact Beth Hammock in advance about group sales at 256-356-9286.

The BTCPA’s annual membership and sponsorship drive will begin soon. Those interested may contact any board member, message the BTCPA through Facebook or contact Scotty Kennedy at 256-356-8758 or scottydk@att.net.

Board members for the 2022-2023 season are Kennedy as chairman, Joey Allen as vice hairman, Tina Smith as treasurer, Mary Moore as secretary and Emily Edmonson, Matt Hester, Jeanmarie Moore, Clint Sikes, Gary McKinney, Torrey Lewey, Brandy Cook, Anna Carol Porter, Brente Jeffreys and Molly Thorn.

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