30 September 2014
The performances include everything from country music to bluegrass, from live theater with the Persimmon Tree Players and Langden Mason to singers, comedians, and the Charlottesville Municipal Band ensembles. The FCAC has gone all out to make this a season people will remember and bring people back to live theater beginning with country duo Wilson Fairchild set to play on Saturday, Oct. 11, at 7:30 p.m.
If you are a fan of country music, don’t miss Wilson Fairchild. Their rich vocals and classic country sound are evocative of the days when country music was pure in sound and unique in its own rhythm and genre.
“We love country music and will never let it die,” says the duo. Will and Langdon Reid, sometimes known as the Reid boys among those who know them well, have been performing, composing and playing music ever since they were in their teens. Will Reid is the son of Harold Reid and Langdon is the son of Dan Reid of the legendary Statler Brothers.
Following Wilson Fairchild will be Fluvanna’s only community theater group, the Persimmon Tree Players. This season they will be performing Agatha Christie’s Mousetrap, still running in theaters in London and the U.S. It’s a classic whodunit in the Christie style with twists and turns sure to keep everyone wondering “Who done it?”
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