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Thursday, August 14, 2008

Thursday To-Do: 'Face the Music and Dance': Gridiron 2008

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'FACE THE MUSIC AND DANCE': GRIDIRON 2008
8 p.m., the Rep. $35.

There will be skewering. And prodding and poking fun and satire anyway you like it. Gridirion, the Pulaski County Bar Association's biennial stage show, returns this weekend to take on local and national politics. The actors? Local litigators from all walks of law. Early word suggests that among the cast there are passable look-alikes for all the big national players — Bush, McCain, Hillary, Obama. But it's the local ones who're sure to make the crowds howl. Surely, Lu Hardin will get roasted, and the ever-fertile Duggars promise to figure in. This year, too, as the title suggests, dancing will get top billing in the show. Longtime cast stand-out Kathryn Pryor promises again to be an audience favorite. The show also runs again on Friday and Saturday, at 7 and 9 p.m., same price.

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