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Legendary “stars” take the OTP stage this weekend 

OTP Bob Dylan
OTP Bob Dylan

Music legend Bob Dylan (portrayed by Bill Simmons) will take the stage in the musical variety cabaret “The Caffeine Fix” this weekend at the Old Town Players Theatre and Arts Center. The show also features music and character portrayals of Sonny and Cher, Janis Joplin, Nancy Sinatra, Judy Collins, and more renowned artists from The Beat Era. Show dates are Aug. 29-30-31 and Sept. 5-6-7 and performances begin at 8:00 p.m. (EDT) on Friday and Saturday, 3:00 p.m. on Sunday.

VINCENNES, Ind. – Music legends will take the Old Town Players stage this weekend in the musical variety cabaret, “The Caffeine Fix.” The show will offer music and character portrayals from The Beat Era, featuring such renowned artists as Bob Dylan, Sonny and Cher, Janis Joplin, Nancy Sinatra, Judy Collins, and more. Performances will be Aug. 29-30-31 and Sept. 5-6-7 at the Old Town Players Theatre and Arts Center, 432 Broadway Street.

“The Caffeine Fix” was written by Shar Mahoney and is presented with support from corporate sponsor Sure Clean, Inc. This production has a suggested rating of PG-13.

Performances begin at 8:00 p.m. (EDT) on Friday and Saturday and 3:00 p.m. on Sunday. Tickets will be available at the door beginning one hour before show time and cost $12 for adults, $10 for students (age 13+), $10 for seniors (age 60+) and $4 for children. Group rates are available with advance registration. For more information call 812-882-1639 or visit www.oldtownplayers.org.

“The Caffeine Fix ” is under the direction of veteran OTP actor/director Jack Mahoney. The talented cast includes Alycia Bickel, Vanessa Blandino, Sue Clark, Max Colston, Zane Grogan, Craig Johnson, Susan Johnson, Anastasia Keller, Jason Keller, Kris Kitzinger, Jack Mahoney, Shar Mahoney, Kenneth Malapote, Kathy Mooney, John Puffer, Vickie Puffer, Bill Simmons, Sofia Solis, Stephanie Turnage, Rachelle Williams, Darrell Wolven, and Phyllis Workman.

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