Production features a variety of talented singers
Democrat Photo/Lindsay Reed
Phillip Roller, pictured above center, took on a song made famous by Dean Martin in 1953 during the 19th annual production of The Show last weekend. Roller's debonair performance drew a boisterous round of applause from the crowd gathered at the Crowder College Cassville Campus Community Center on Sunday afternoon. Katie Johnson, pictured above top, offered a sultry performance of "Steam Heat" during the production, which drew nearly 800 community members on Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. Kaye Hughes, pictured above bottom, entertained the crowd with her rendition of Kay Starr's "Rock and Roll Waltz." Her performance was as memorable as her pink and black polka dot poodle skirt-style dress. The theme for this year's production was "1950s and 1960s Just the Way It Was."