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Pups put on good show

Where in town could you find 28 Dalmatian puppies along with boxers, Scotties, poodles, and Chihuahuas? Well if you were at the Hartselle Fine Arts Center last Thursday, Friday, or Saturday you would have found all of these on stage.  College Street Players a local theatrical organization presented Disney’s 101 Dalmatians Kids.  The event was sold out at every scheduled time all three days.  Also the cast performed for area schools on Wednesday and Thursday of last week as well.
This was a wonderful musical and if you missed it you really missed a treat.  The talent of the cast was impressive from the smallest puppy to Jesse Mashburn’s Cruella.
Just watching the presentation you could not help but get caught up in the story they were portraying.  The hard work that was put into the presentation was very apparent.
Dena Nagel and Kathy Mannin were the directors of the musical and put in countless hours getting ready.  They should be proud of the production, cast, and crew, it was definitely a hit.  The cast should also be commended for all of the time practicing and getting ready for the stage.
Not to be left out of the praise are parents of the cast who worked tirelessly with costumes, practice, set design and rehearsals.  In fact anyone who played a part in 101 Dalmatians is to be commended.
College Street Players has been active in Hartselle for a number of years and call the Hartselle Fine Arts Center their home.  The productions they present are always well worth attending and very entertaining.  Hartselle is lucky to have so many talented actors, actresses, and musicians and we are fortunate to have an organization like College Street Players to enable them to showcase their talents.
If you have not attended one of their productions, please make sure that you are on the lookout for the next one.
Thanks to all of you for entertaining us as well as sharing your talents.

Randy Garrison is the general manager of the Hartselle Enquirer.

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