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Over the Back Fence Community Variety Show

Produced by LANESBORO ARTS, Over the Back Fence is a monthly variety show that has recorded in front of a live audience since 1994! Hosted by Damon Prestemon and showcasing a talented local cast, regional musicians and other guests, Over the Back Fence features a new theme and material each month with music, jokes, skits, poems, stories, sponsor interviews, audience participation, spontaneous humor, sing along songs and more. For more, visit: http://lanesboroarts.org/st-mane-theatre/over-the-back-fence/
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Now displaying: October, 2016
Oct 31, 2016

CREEPY CRAWLIES get under your skin with songs like “Jeepers Creepers”, “The Glow-Worm”, and "That’ll be the Day" (by the Crickets). Stephanie busts myths about spiders, George returns with more poetic wisdom, and the gang shares "creepy things kids say." Musical guest is The Yellow-Bellied Sapsuckers, a country music duo from Soliders Grove, Wisconsin that bring a light musical touch and a great sense of humor to their performances, along with their distinctive and tight dueling vocal harmonies. Sponsor interviews are Gil-B's Pizza and Sandwich Shoppe and Kara Maloney from Lanesboro Arts. A "Bug Trivia" quiz show and “The Ants Go Marching" sing along round out the show.

Oct 5, 2016

THE FIVE SENSES bring a sensory overload with songs like “I Heard it through the Grapevine”, “Til There was You”, and “Put on a Happy Face." Peggy Hanson preaches the gospel of Happy Talk, Stephanie takes us on a naturalist hike, and George shares more poetic wisdom. Musical guest Mike Munson, an accomplished and versatile bluesman from Winona, MN whose driving electric adaptation of the Delta blues (which interweaves bass and melody lines on the slide guitar à la John Lee Hooker) is bolstered by a more humble and unaffected vocal style. Minneapolis poet John Krumberger shares two poems from his new collection, Because Autumn. Sponsor interviews are the Chuck Aug from F&M Community Bank and Jennie LaRoche from the Eagle Bluff Skills School. A "Smell It!" quiz show and "Put on a Happy Face" sing along round out the show.

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