(River) Dam Foolishness, Miss Belevedere roasted

“Dam Foolishness or Baby It’s Cold Inside” is the title of the 75th annual Tulsa Press Club Gridiron set March 13-14.
Showtime is 8 p.m. both Thursday and Friday night in the Liddy Doenges Theatre of the Tulsa Performing Arts Center.
A show highlight will be Sharon King Davis playing herself and singing a song about the Plymouth Belvedere that was retrieved from its grave after 50 years.
Other prominent cast members will include Kathy LaFortune, Virginia Harrison, Bob Hendrick and Liz Masters, plus returning old-time performers Ralph Schaefer and Gerry Goins.
D.J. Morrow Ingram, chairman of the sponsoring Tulsa Press Club Educational and Charitable Trust also will be in the show, as will Rebecca Ungerman, the Gridiron’s director and a well-known jazz singer.
Hillary Clinton, Mayor Kathy Taylor, Bob Stoops and many others will be on the receiving end of skits and songs with sharp cutting edges according to Randy Krehbiel, chief author. Other writers include Ed Bettinger, Eva-Marie Gooden? Bruce Howard, Morrow Ingram, David Arnett, Ungerman and Tom Campbell — who is back for his 33d straight year as an author.
Special lampooning will be directed at Randi Miller, the county commissioner who will receive the Roasting Ear Award.
Musical director for the revue will be Terry Cooper, with Ungerman as vocals coach.
Proceeds from the show will go for college journalism scholarships.
Tickets are available by phone at 596-7111, through web site MyTicketOffice.com or at the PAC ticket office. The admission price is $20, with a senior rate of $15 for those 60 and over.



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