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The Daily Ardmoreite
  • McSwain Theatre presenting two holiday shows

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  • Jae L. Stilwell and Crossover will have two holiday celebrations at the McSwain Theatre — "A Christmas Extravaganza" on Saturday, and a "New Year's Eve Bash" Dec. 31.
    Everyone will be "Rocking Around the Christmas Tree" at the historic McSwain Theatre beginning at 7:30 p.m. Saturday.
    Several talented musicians from two states will accompany the McSwain house band to present a wide-variety of classic Christmas songs and iconic country ballads.
    Special guests include Cathy Lake, Runaway Bay, Texas; Neal Coyler, Keller, Texas; Keith Woods, Duncan; Rachel Drawbaugh Turpin, Teagan Tully, and Native American duo Injunuity, all of Ada.
    Also, Jae L.'s Christmas Kids will join her for memorable skits and music performances.
    Jae L. and Crossover will also have the New Year's Eve "Hee Haw Night" at McSwain Dec. 31
    Those who attend can ring in the New Year with Jae L. Stilwell and Crossover, along with special guests. The event begins at 9 p.m.
    The McSwain Theatre stage will be transformed into "Kornfield Kounty" for the show; where fun-loving characters will mimic the antics of those featured on the popular syndicated variety show "Hee Haw."
    Special guests include Will Clark, Collinsville; Kyra Cargill, Konawa; Ann Young, Richardson, Texas; John Pemberton, Lone Grove; Donna Marie, Tishia Agee, Ann Young, "Red River" and "A Servant's Heart," all of Ada.
    The variety show will feature a range of country and classic hits from the past and present as well as many other familiar tunes.
    All Jae L. Stilwell and Crossover shows encourage audience participation and interaction. The band routinely takes requests and suggestions from the audience.
    Stilwell, an Ada native, will be joined Saturday by Crossover band members Jody Teeter, Debbie Allen, Ronnie Magar, Wayne Morton, Greg Griffin, Gary Bryan, Mike Price, Jeff Donaldson and Tara Scott.
    For ticket information, contact the McSwain office at (580) 332-8108 or at http://www.mcswaintheatre.com.
    The McSwain Theatre, owned and operated by the Chickasaw Nation, is located at 130 W. Main St.
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