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The Gem Players and the Gem Theater will be hosting the 7th Annual A Gem of a Show, a Youth and Adult talent showcase, on Friday, September 27 and Saturday, September 28 at 7:00 p.m.
The Gem Players and the Gem Theater will be hosting the 7th Annual A Gem of a Show, a Youth and Adult talent showcase,  on Friday, September 27 and Saturday, September 28 at 7:00 p.m. Tickets for the event are $8 for adults and $5 for students and children under 12 years. Tickets may be purchased at the box office one hour prior to the show. The showcase is under the direction of Ruth Sowers and LaMone Rose.
         The cast for this year’s showcase consists of performers from McMinn and surrounding counties. The two act showcase will feature vocalists and instrumentalists with original compositions, a youth sign language assemble and students from Ronnie Raper’s Music Studio.  Also on the Gem stage will be lyrical dance performances from the musical Wicked.
         Miss Haroldean Thompson will perform the duties as Mistress of Ceremonies for this year’s showcase. Miss Thompson performed in the Gem Players production of The Crazy Quilt Club.
         The showcase will feature vocalists and instrumentalists that will be singing and performing original music and also today’s popular tunes. The showcase will feature Amber Murphy, Kelsey Stewart, Kelly Dennis, Aaron McLaughlin, Martin Evans and Wayne Guffey.
         Students of Ronnie Raper’s Music Studio that will perform on Mandolin, Banjo and Guitar are Lauren Nipper, Dakota Thibeault and Breanna Wilson. Raper will accompany the students.
         Ruth Sowers returns to the Gem showcase with her lyrical dance performances. She will be performing numbers from the musical Wicked.
         Chris Livingston returns to the Gem stage to perform musical selections from the Broadway musical Company and Wicked.
The Encounter Drama Team, a sign language ministry from North Etowah Baptist Church, will perform three selections. They will end the showcase with a dramatic musical interpretation of God Bless the USA. Members of the troop are Aleah Allen, Khya Allen, Olivia Harris, Michala Jenkins, Leah Myers, Erica Rogers, Callie Stewart, Karsan Warner, Mason Warner, Becca Woods and Coltin Young.
         The Gem Players’ A Gem of a Show opens Friday, September 27 and Saturday, September 28 at 7:00 p.m. at the historic Gem Theater in Etowah.  For more information about the Gem Players call 423-263-3270.
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