All Shook Up With Burning Love

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All Shook Up With Burning Love

Cindy Grant captures lead Jason Gardner singing the Elvis Presley classic “C’mon Everybody” surrounded by the Town’s People in Wednesday’s breathtaking performance of All Shook Up! Cindy Grant has given permission to use this photo.

Cindy Grant captures lead Jason Gardner singing the Elvis Presley classic “C’mon Everybody” surrounded by the Town’s People in Wednesday’s breathtaking performance of All Shook Up! Cindy Grant has given permission to use this photo.

Cindy Grant captures lead Jason Gardner singing the Elvis Presley classic “C’mon Everybody” surrounded by the Town’s People in Wednesday’s breathtaking performance of All Shook Up! Cindy Grant has given permission to use this photo.

Cindy Grant captures lead Jason Gardner singing the Elvis Presley classic “C’mon Everybody” surrounded by the Town’s People in Wednesday’s breathtaking performance of All Shook Up! Cindy Grant has given permission to use this photo.

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As Wednesday, April 16 through Saturday, April 19th approach the North Forsyth cast and crew of All Shook Up eagerly await to perform the show they have been rehearsing since January. All Shook Up is a Broadway production based off of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night and is set in the 1950s with a soundtrack that features numerous Elvis Presley classics. There will be four performances in all: Wednesday April 16th, Thursday April 17th, and Friday April 18th each taking place at 7:00 as well as a Saturday April 19th matinee at 2:00pm. With a cast, crew, set, and story unlike any other the show is bound to be a huge success. Tickets are on sale now and can be reserved online at http://www.nfhsdrama.org/box-office.html . Tickets at the door or online will cost ten dollars with the exception of the Wednesday night special of only five dollars. The show is directed by the magnificent Mary Hayes Ernst. Our large and inseparable family of cast and crew members wants to invite you and everyone you know to come join them at any or all of the performances this coming week. Don’t miss the unforgettable performance of heartbreak, laughter, rock and roll, and romance!