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Mineral County Cultural Arts

Highland Arts Unlimited, Inc.

is a nonprofit volunteer group dedicated to bringing quality music, dance, and visual arts programs to the community. Highland Arts' performances can be seen at Potomac State College's Church-McKee Arts Center throughout the year. For a schedule of events call (304) 788-2513.

Apple Alley Players

is a local theater group, produces McNeill's Rangers, a vibrant, musical drama about the civil war that is held at Larenim Park in the summers.  Information for this season's performance is advertised as follows:

Come Dine With Us!            Come Laugh With Us!

       Apple Alley Players    present

    In A Dinner Theater Setting:

        "From NcNeill's to Broadway"

    A Musical Review featuring songs from "McNeill's Rangers" as well as various Broadway tunes
 

                 Dinner Theater @ Polish Pines    U.S. Route 220 South, Keyser WV              

    6 p.m. Friday, July 27th    Saturday, July 28th   
 1:30 p.m. Sunday, July 29th  
6 p.m. Friday Aug. 3rd    Saturday Aug. 4th
1:30 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 5th
                                 

               For Reservations, call Polish Pines at (304)788-1671         
      $22 Adults               $10 Children 12 and Under
       menu is a choice of roast pork or chicken marsala
  
      (Please Purchase Your Ticket At Least 3 Days
     Before The Date You Plan To Attend.)

The show features talented actors and singers from all over the area. For ticket information, call AAP President Larry Myers at
(304) 788-0458.



Coming in 2007..."The Rangers Ride Again!"  Apple Alley Players announce the return of an original outdoor musical drama based on the true story of Rebel John Hanson McNeill and his band of ragtag rangers.  Featuring the original script by Vana Nespor and original music and adaptations by Dr. John Hawkins.  Coming Evenings in July 2007 to Larenim Park Amphitheater in Burlington, WV.