HARRODSBURG - Ready to twist again like ya did last summer? Ragged Edge Community Theater's production of "Smokey Joe's Cafe" is just the place to get in the spirit.
Director Andrea Daniels says the musical revue is for any age.
"People need to come wanting a great family night out or even a date night. Expect to laugh, feel love, and move to the music."
Additionally, audience members are encouraged to wear 1950s attire to the performances.
Music and dance are the main elements of the production, which boasts a 20-strong cast, ages 10 through adult. It is set in the 1950s through early 1960s, at Smokey Joe's and the "Neighborhood," Daniels notes.
She adds, "Since 'Smokey Joe's Cafe is a musical revue, there really isn't a plot other than the singers on stage taking you back in time to enjoy early rock-n-roll. As an audience member, you feel what the singer is feeling. You fall in and out of love, learn about true friendship, and, of course, laugh out loud."