Musical enthusiasts will have the chance to see students in the Central Baptist College Fine Arts Department perform their spring musical starting at 7 p.m. Thursday.
The show, "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers," follows main character Adam, who ventures into his town to find a wife. Adam marries Milly and takes her home to his disorderly brothers and upon meeting them, decides to try and reform them.
Milly takes the group to an event where they end up meeting six girls.
Participants will have to attend the event to see how jealously and conflict arises among characters through this encounter.
The show begins at 7 p.m. April 5-7 at Burgess Auditorium in the Cooper Complex on the CBC campus.
Tickets are $5, but free for students, faculty and staff with an ID.
The show's director is Jana Jones and music director is Suzanne Banister.
"The students are so excited to perform [the musical]," Banister told the Log Cabin Democrat in an email. "This is a musical that so many people know, and I have wanted our students to do it for years."
She said when choosing a musical, she bases the decision on the students and the talent level that they have available.
"Seven Brides has a large male cast and we have enough talented young men for all the male roles," Banister said. "There are also plenty of roles for our talented ladies as well."
She said CBC wants to invite the public to attend the "fun" event.