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SKCTC to present the play ‘Bloody Jack’ at Cumberland

The presentation of the play “Bloody Jack” by the Center Stage Players of Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College will begin Wednesday, August 22, in the theater of the Edsel Godbey Appalachian Center located on the Cumberland campus.

The play, directed and produced by Professor Michael Corriston, will be presented at 7 p.m. on Aug. 22,23and25witha2p.m. show set for Sunday the 26th. Dinner will be available to patrons and will be served at 1 p.m.

Tickets are $ 5, with the dinner theater tickets priced at $20. Reservations for the dinner theater must be made by August 22.

“Bloody Jack”, written by Tim Kelly, is a drama about the notorious Jack the Ripper who terrorized London in the late 19th century. He is believed to have killed eight women in a six-month period and has never been identified although several theories exists as to who the killer was.

During the intermission, the audience will have the opportunity to vote for whom they believe to be the killer.

Appearing in the play will be Michael Amburgey, Ella Tolliver, Austin Rutherford, John Adams, Crystal Lewis, Holden Jackson, Devyn Creech, Janey Feher and Dianne Corriston. Tom Pope will have charge of lighting and sound. For more information, contact Michael Corriston at (606) 589-3137.

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