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Potluck Show Dinner Theater at North Bend State Park
CAIRO, W.Va. – Three women with a flair for friendship and a love of food and fun collide at North Bend State Park April 21 in the dinner theater presentation of “The Potluck Show.” The staged performance is a feast of stories, songs and poems.
“Three familiar women of the stage create ‘the Potluck Show’,” said Ken Zebo, activities coordinator at North Bend. The women are: Karen Vuranch, Julie Adams and Colleen Anderson. The evening show is a potluck of lively performances about cookery, life and community spirit cloaked in laughter and song.
The evening begins with dinner buffet at 7 p.m. featuring prime rib, sides, salads and a dessert bar. The show begins at 8 p.m. and lasts about an hour with an opportunity to meet the actresses afterwards. There are two packages: an overnight that includes accommodations, dinner, the show and breakfast buffet for $169 for two people; or $119 for single occupancy. A dinner-and-play-only package is $99.98 per couple or $49.99 for single. Advance reservations are required.
North Bend State Park is located in Ritchie county and easily accessible from U.S. 50, a four lane highway stretching west to east from Parkersburg to Clarksburg. Driving EAST, take U.S. 50 to the junction of WV Route 31 to Cairo and follow the signs to the park. Driving WEST, take U.S. 50 to WV Route 16 (Harrisville) and follow the signs to the park.
The park features a lodge and restaurant, cabins, campgrounds in addition to hiking, biking, and lake fishing. North Bend Rail Trail access is at the park as well as the 305 acre North Bend Lake access. For more information call 304-643-2931 or visit email@example.com
About The Potluck Show Players
Karen Vuranch, who has been called West Virginia’s First Lady of Storytelling, tours throughout the U.S. and internationally. She is well known for her Appalachian and multi-cultural stories, living history portrayals, and one – women plays, Coal Camp Memories and Homefront.
Julie Adams is a singer/songwriter and since 1983, a featured vocalist for the internationally syndicated public radio show Mountain Stage. She has performed with Kathy Mattea, Sarah McLachlan, Bruce Cockburn, and Shawn Colvin.
Colleen Anderson is a writer, designer, and songwriter whose work has been published by Redbook and Arts & Letters. Her songs have been featured on Mountain Stage and The Folk Sampler. Colleen owns and operates Mother Wit Writing and Design, a creative studio in Charleston, WV.