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Bluegrass gospel musical from Lexington Stage

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Lexington Stage Company and Studio Players present Smoke on the Mountain, a Bluegrass gospel musical by Alan Bailey and Connie Ray. The audience serves as the congregation for 1930s Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church, a rural North Carolina house of worship where Rev. Mervin Oglethorpe has invited the Sanders Family Singers for a Saturday night sing along. A few conflicts arise as Rev. Oglethorpe tries to introduce his traditional congregation to modern worship styles, but the overall point is to hear classic hymns like I’ll Fly Away and Nothing but the Blood of Jesus. The show plays July 10-27 at the Carriage House Theatre on Bell Court. Photos, audio and productions by Rich Copley | Staff

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3 Responses to “Bluegrass gospel musical from Lexington Stage”
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