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|Show features Piney Hills Harmony|
Piney Hills Harmony Chorus of Sweet Adelines International will present "Kickin' It up a Notch" at 7 p.m. Nov. 7 in the Dixie Center for the Arts in downtown Ruston.
The two-hour show will include numerous songs by the chorus, plus segments by three quartets.
Show chair Carol Ogle, of Monroe, said, "Set in the once-upon-a-time town of Broken Heart, Arizona, the first half of the show revolves around a group of cowgirls and fancy ladies who are looking for some good men to come and help them change not only their lives — but also the name of their town."
The second half will feature special guests Zirconium, a men's barbershop comedy quartet from Little Rock, Ark., as well as another showcase of songs by Piney Hills Harmony.
Two quartets from within Piney Hills Harmony will also be spotlighted:
• Masquerade — Mary Jo Brister, Quitman; Wanda McKaskle, Bernice; Sheila Stepp, Ruston ; and Natalie Miller, Shreveport (member of the world-champion Rich-Tone Chorus of Dallas).
• Sweet Harmony — Donna Fike, Carol Ogle and Judy Sisson, Monroe; and Lea Rutherford of West Monroe.
The 34-member chorus has presented biennial or annual shows for the public since 1999 and won first-place, gold-medal honors in its region in 2004.
Curtain time is at 7 p.m. in Ruston's Dixie Center for the Arts, 212 N. Vienna St. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children 12 and under. They are available at the door and locally at Zeagler's Music in Monroe and Corner Coffee House in West Monroe.
For more information, call (318) 348-2291.
For the full report and a photograph, see Page 9A of this week's Citizen.
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