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Colonel Players presenting ‘Alibis’ April 29-30

The Whitley County High School’s Colonel Players will be having a busy seven days starting Saturday. First the group will be hosting the Eastern Kentucky Dramatic Arts Society (EKDAS) Festival for the first time on Saturday, April 24. Then days later the group will be presenting...
Posted On 23 Apr 2021

Colonel Players return to the stage

In the era of COVID-19 how do you put on a play and still enable an audience to watch? If you are the Whitley County High School Colonel Players, you record “In The Garden of the Selfish Giant” last week and offer it online for three days this week. “This is good for us because...
Posted On 24 Mar 2021

Multiple local and regional events postponed or canceled because of coronavirus

Multiple local and regional events planned for the coming weeks and have been postponed or cancelled in the effort to decrease the potential to spread coronavirus.   Rotary International Dinner cancelled At Thursday’s weekly meeting of the Corbin Rotary Club, officials...

Whitley County Colonel Players present, ‘A Christmas Story’

Ralphie Parker and his Red Ryder BB gun, Flick and the flagpole, and Mr. and Mrs. Parker and the fight over the leg lamp major award that, “was a family controversy for years,” is coming to the stage at Whitley County High School as The Colonel Players presents, “A Christmas...

Colonel Players presenting ‘Rapunzel Uncut’ Thursday, Friday

Local residents will have a chance to check out the play, “Rapunzel Uncut” courtesy of Whitley County High School’s Colonel Players on Thursday and Friday evening. The story, which was written by Mariah Everman, is that of Rapunzel but told by dueling narrators, with a...
Posted On 17 Apr 2019

Colonel Players perform at EKDAS Festival in Perry County

Director receives Lifetime Achievement Award; cast members make Top 10 Mountain Cast Whitley County High School’s Colonel Players enjoyed performing the farcical comedy, Mmmbeth! on Saturday, April 21, at the Eastern Kentucky Dramatic Arts Society 10th annual play festival at...

Colonel Players to perform an enjoyable audience interactive murder mystery

  By David Sweet If you like a good murder-mystery and a good comedy, then The Colonel Players of Whitley County High School have just the thing for you. The Colonel Players will present Murder’s in the Heir, a play by Billy St. John, on February 2, 3, and 4, at Main Street...
Posted On 31 Jan 2017
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