All Mine – or ‘From Ghost Town to Kaboom Town’ “
The crowd will watch the plot unfold as Trillby Sterling, the
young heroine, plans to dig a new well in her cow pasture, unaware that
“there’s silver in them thar hills.” As she awaits the arrival of
100 cows to be delivered by her true love, Tom, a stranger in town
starts expressing unusual interest in her pasture.
The crowd will watch the plot unfold as Trillby Sterling, the young heroine, plans to dig a new well in her cow pasture, unaware that “there’s silver in them thar hills.” As she awaits the arrival of 100 cows to be delivered by her true love, Tom, a stranger in town starts expressing unusual interest in her pasture.
Humboldt Bilgewater Foggerty claims to be sent by the government
to be of service.
Humboldt Bilgewater Foggerty claims to be sent by the government to be of service.
Meanwhile, Trillby casts aside the help extended by General Store owner Annie Sue, her silent partner Espy and the Simpson sisters (town gossips.) As tension builds, another stranger (a look alike for Tom) tries to save the day. As a potentially explosive ending appears on the horizon, the questions arise “Will the clouds be lined with Sterling Silver for Trillby – or Foggerty?”
The cast features the incredible acting talents of Sadie Vetter, Steve Lyles, Jill Camper, Kathy Lungren, Suzanne Axon, Teri Alig-Wright, and Howard A. Prost as the villain. (Many of these renowned talents are known far and wide within a nearly one-mile radius of the Fair Grounds)
Mine All Mine will
entertain fairgoers nightly at 7:00 p.m. on the Platte Pavilion Stage.
Mine All Mine will entertain fairgoers nightly at 7:00 p.m. on the Platte Pavilion Stage.
For more information, call Howard Prost (816) 260-1618.
Our show is included with your admission
For more information on the show and Fair Based Production click below: or visit www.fbp.info
|Fun the whole family can get
is proud to present family-friendly entertainment - for children from 2
For the 17th year, Fair patrons will again be able to enjoy the talents of area performers or show their talents during the Fair Days Talent Contest.
|Adult Division- Thursday 8:30 PM at the Platte Pavilion|
Adult Division Talent
All entrants in the adult division must be 16 years or older
should arrive at the Platte Pavilion by no later than 8:00 P.M. to
register, verify pre-registration, and to discuss staging requirements.
Movement and Dance
Performers will be limited to a maximum of eight
minutes per presentation.
No entry fee will be
charged to perform in the talent contest; Fair Grounds admission shall
be refunded, after performance.
Payment of any fees for rights of performance or royalties is exclusively the
responsibility of the performer; verification of such payment should be
Accompanists and instrumentation
Vocal and dance contestants must provide their own accompaniment /
instruments, except that an electronic keyboard will be available for
Use of pre-recorded tapes and/or compact discs
Vocal and Dance contestants may use accompaniment on tape or CD;
both cassette tape deck and CD player will be available through the
house sound system, stage monitors will be provided.
Vocal entrants may have background vocals on tapes/CD’s, but
any entrant using material that contains lead vocal tracts will be disqualified.
Costumes are NOT
required for competition, though they may be worn. All costumes should be
tastefully chosen and appropriate to the selection performed.
Interpretive readings should be from literature of good quality,
and the script must be available for viewing by the judges or other Fair
official upon request. Selections
may come from poetry, prose, or drama, should be in good taste and have
a brief introduction telling the title and author. Performances may be memorized or
from a script.
Music selections can be of any style (country, rock, jazz, etc.),
should be in good taste and given an introduction that gives the title
Movement/Dance numbers should reflect good taste, and suit the
abilities of the performer. Selection
should be given a brief introduction, which provides the style of dance
and title of the music.
At least three judges will be used at all times, maintaining an
odd number at all times.
Contestants will be judged according to Selection, Stage
presence, Performance ability, Creativity, and Delivery.
Pre-registration is not required, but is encouraged, as only the
first 15 entries will be accepted (due to time constraints).
Contestants may pre-register by sending entry forms to;
|Click for printable
Talent Contest Entry Form
|If you have any Questions
Please Contact : Howard Prost, Talent Show Coordinator
301 North Shore Drive, Lake Waukomis, MO. 64151
(816) 587-1080 or (816) 260-1618