Sentimental Journey

Conceived and written by Pattye Archer and Lyle Tate

Directed by Pattye Archer and Lyle Tate
July 20 and 21, 2001
The Playhouse on Main

Featuring – Tony Daniel, M. J. Etua, Madeline Golden, Brian Hawkins, Terry Reese McDowell, Daniel Morgan, Seth Oppenheimer, Chandra Reyes, Lyle Tate, Marianne Ulmer, Marcus Vowell, Elizabeth Williams, and Krista Wolf

Sentimental Journey is a musical revue featuring some of the best music from the 1940s. Set in the fictional radio station, WSCT, the show features such songs as Alexander’s Ragtime Band, Sentimental Journey, America the Beautiful, How Ya Gonna Keep ‘Em Down on the Farm, I Love You for Sentimental Reason, ‘S Wonderful, Baby, Its Cold Outside, They Can’t Take that Away From Me, and more. The songs are weaved together by news reports and 1940s radio commercials.

On September 11, 2011 our world changed with the 9-11 attacks on the United States. Starkville Community Theatre wanted to help like every other American organization. Our opporutnity to help came on October 5, 2001 when we produced a benefit performance for the American Red Cross.

Click here to read the program from Sentimental Journey.

Click here to read the program from 2001 benefit performance of Sentimental Journey.

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