Auditions Announced for New Fall Musical!

The Case of the Railroad Ruckus

Friday, August 16, 4-6pm
Wednesday, August 21, 4-6pm


Saturday, November 2, 1:30pm
Saturday, November 2, 7:30pm
Sunday, November 3, 1:30pm


The show, “The Case of the Railway Ruckus.” is an original musical comedy written and directed by Peggy Sheldon.

The show is set in 1957, and features songs of that era by heart throbs such as Anita Bryant, Elvis, and Doris Day. Derring-do and new love take place on a train stuck between Northfield and Kansas City. Cast members must be able to carry a tune and memorize their lines; but they’ll have a month to get “off book” before rehearsals start.

Scripts are available to be checked out at the front desk beginning Aug. 5. They also will contain the rehearsal schedule, which has been set up for planning purposes.

Many other personnel, from set builders to volunteer readers and a chorus, will be needed for the show. Costumes and props will take a village, too.

Contact Katie Felland   Arts Coordinator for more information; or write to