• Some Enchanted Evening …
  • Some Enchanted Evening …
  • Some Enchanted Evening …
  • Some Enchanted Evening …
  • Some Enchanted Evening …
  • Some Enchanted Evening …
  • Some Enchanted Evening …
  • Some Enchanted Evening …
  • Some Enchanted Evening …
  • Some Enchanted Evening …
  • Some Enchanted Evening …
  • Some Enchanted Evening …

Some Enchanted Evening …

The Berry College Theatre Company performed its first show of the season: Rodgers and Hammerstein's "A Grand Night for Singing" - a musical highlighting the showstoppers this pair created.

Songs, or parts of songs, from "The Sound of Music," "Oklahoma," "Carousel," "The King and I," and many more are included in this show. While Berry students comprise the bulk of the roles, many community members and Berry College administrators appear in cameo roles, including former Dean of Students Tom Carver, Dean of Student Work Rufus Massey, and Executive Vice President of Northwest Georgia Credit Union Walter Merkle.

"It was truly an enchanted evening," says sophomore Sophia Veser of Knoxville, Tenn. "Putting a show this big together in such a short amount of time was really difficult, but it definitely pays off when an audience responds so well."

Spencer Miller, a senior theatre major from Jacksonville Fla., also performs in the play. 

"The freshmen blew me away with their talent and poise. I know I'll be leaving the Berry College Theatre in capable hands," Miller says. 

Do not miss your chance to see this high-energy production! Check the Berry College Theater Company's homepage to see upcoming show times for what has ultimately proven to be a grand night for singing. http://www.berry.edu/bctc/

Article by Student Public Relations Supervisor Hayden Sloan and photos by Student Photographer Lauren Neumann