S&S show benefits Anderson WoodsApril 11, 2019
JASPER — Stories and Songs (S&S), a spin-off of the long-running, now defunct Will Read and Sing For Food benefit show, will hold four straight days of performances (May 6 through 9) during its spring residency at the Jasper Public Library Theater to benefit Anderson Woods Summer Camp for physically and mentally challenged children and adults.
Anderson Woods, located near Bristow, is an active not-for-profit organization and serves many Dubois County families as well as other counties in southwestern Indiana.
S&S is a light-hearted, entertaining, unscripted, unplugged show lasting exactly one hour that features a skeleton crew of past WRASFF performers focused on humor, music and audience conversation. No two shows are ever the same.
In 2019, S&S began performing a monthly free show at Jasper Public Library.
The spring residency shows last from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., with the lineup varying each night: May 6, Abbie Rumbach, Scott Saalman, Debbie Schuetter and The Gatwoods; May 7, The Gatwoods, Scott Saalman and Andy Hagedorn; May 8, Debbie Schuetter, Kyle Lueken and Andy Hagedorn; and May 9, Scott Saalman, Debbie Schuetter and a musical guest to be announced.
There is no admission charge for the shows; however, donations for each show will be accepted with all proceeds going to Anderson Woods.
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