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By Courtney Fletcher
Sidney Sun-Telegraph 

Revving up the CarBowl - Melodrama on tap now as part of Potter CarBowl

 

Courtney Fletcher - Sidney Sun-Telegraph

Opening night of the production "Is There a Doctor In The House" will begin at 7 p.m. on Thursday, June 25 at Legion Hall in Potter. Pictured from left to right is: Teran Enevoldsen, Tanya Madden, Rose Nelson, Drew Enevoldsen, Alex Adden, Barry Gaston, Kayla Johnson, Talia Enevoldsen and Erika Revord. Opening night of the production "Is There a Doctor In The House" will begin at 7 p.m. on Thursday, June 25 at Legion Hall in Potter. Pictured from left to right is: Teran Enevoldsen, Tanya Madden, Rose Nelson, Drew Enevoldsen, Alex Adden, Barry Gaston, Kayla Johnson, Talia Enevoldsen and Erika Revord.

Between veterans and rookies, locals from the Potter area have worked together to bring the wild west to life for the town's annual melodrama.

This year, "Is There a Doctor In The House?," will be performed at the town's Legion Hall, bringing rapid-fire jokes, sight gags and slapstick comedy.

The performances begin Thursday and run nightly through Saturday.

Taking place in a western style hotel lobby and general store, Lucy Canary, played by Talia Enevoldsen, wants to marry Lester Doodbe, portrayed by Sam Bogert. Her father and Mayor, Caesar Canary (Barry Gaston) agrees on having a wedding....



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