Auditions for HUB Station's 30th production

Auditions for HUB Station's 30th production

The Town of Hudson will hold auditions for the HUB Station's 30th dinner theatre
production, “The Cotton Patch Gospel" on Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 7 and 8,  at 7:00 PM in the HUB Station, located at 145 Cedar Valley Road, Hudson.

"The Cotton Patch Gospel is based on a book by Clarence Jordan, a Baptist minister who was a New Testament Greek Scholar, the founder of the Koinonia Farm in Georgia, and a co-founder of Habitat for Humanity.

The play relates the Gospel of Matthew set in fairly modern day Georgia, according to Director Keith Smith

"It is very funny, but also reverent without being preachy. The music and
lyrics are the last work of Harry Chapin," Smith said.

According to a press release issued by the Town of Hudson, parts are available for 30 people of any race and for both male and female, from ages 6 to 80.


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