Red, Hot…& Blue, a regular performance group based
in Branson, Mo., entertained the community of Monticello,
the professors and students, the chancellor and his wife,
and several others.
First-year student Jason Bowen received a surprise
when cast member Sonya Godfrey sang to him during
the first number. She also sat in his lap.
“It's good and we are transits to
Branson,” Sartain said. “We are drawn there for
Producer Christopher Rucker said, “Just when I am feel like I am getting to old, I find a reason to continue performing for an audience like this. Great audience by the way.”
Heather Gentry, a newcomer to the group, started on New Year's Eve of this year in Billings, Mont.
“It’s been a roller coaster, I have learned the show in
a week from a video tape,” Gentry said. “I’ve learned a
lot from them, and the performers have tons of great
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