Nancy Head Thode to present newest one-woman cabaret

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Beaufort native, Nancy Head Thode will perform her newest one-woman cabaret, Camelot Came Calling – The Fabulous 60’s at the 9th Annual Dinner Theatre benefit supporting Alzheimer’s Family Services of Greater Beaufort. This fun event will be held at the Shed in Port Royal on Friday, October 9th. The show, a collection of remembrances of the events of the 1960’s takes the audience through sit-ins, love-ins, Woodstock, The Beatles, the Peace Corps, the Vietnam conflict and walking on the moon. The show, which Nancy describes as a “magical mystery tour” is performed through song, history, and personal recollection and as she remarks, “if you weren’t around in the sixties, you’re really in for a ride”.

In addition to Nancy’s show, the evening includes dinner from at least eight local chefs, a silent and live auction, an open bar and cocktail entertainment by Ken Kolbe presenting The American Songbook. Nancy previously entertained Beaufort with her earlier cabaret, A Southern Bell Lives to Tell at the 2009 Alzheimer’s Dinner Theatre. For more information or for tickets call 843-521-9190 or visit the website www.afsgb.org.

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