RB Farms to host SKIT’s ‘Dining with the Dearly Departed’
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Joe Scott (above) portrays Joshua Cates in SKIT’s upcoming Dining with the Dearly Departed. Cates was the first white owner of the land now known as RB Farms.</i>
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Joe Scott (above) portrays Joshua Cates in SKIT’s upcoming Dining with the Dearly Departed. Cates was the first white owner of the land now known as RB Farms.

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Each fall Southern Kentucky Independent Theater (SKIT) produces its most talked about event, “Dining with the Dearly Departed.”

This is a unique opportunity for our community to witness actors in costume depicting some of the most interesting characters in Trigg County history. Normally, SKIT brings history to life in a casual tour through East End Cemetery accompanied by an early autumn picnic.

Director Portia Ezell says, “Every year we sell out, and inevitably folks are left wanting tickets or kicking themselves for missing the event.”

This year SKIT announces that “Dining with the Dearly Departed” will indeed be held - but folks should be prepared for a totally different experience. The date will be Sept. 20 and 21 at 6 p.m., however, the location will change. This year the performance will be held on RB Farms on the Old Hopkinsville Road near the home of Kenny Rogers.

For the rest of this story, see this week's issue of The Cadiz Record or subscribe to our e-Edition by calling 270-522-6605.
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