Holy Cow! It's The Palace Theatre's Christmas Show!
Published: December 17th, 2010

HAMILTON – Has the holiday season, once again, caught you off guard? If so, take ‘respite from your reality’ by joining your friends for a bit of fun & merriment with, “HOLY COW, IT’S HERE ... The Palace Holiday Show.” On Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m., you can, for a brief 75 minutes, shed your shopping blues, and come to the Palace Theater in Hamilton for a variety show of traditional favorites, as well as original holiday songs by Dianne Adams & James McDowell. This Yuletide feast will be peppered with sassy humor & skits and a healthy balance of seriousness & silliness. And at the centerpiece of all this fun will be a collection of some of the best area talent.

“HOLY COW, IT’S HERE” features a cast that reads like a ‘Hamilton’s’Who’s Who’... Jenni Larcher, Bruce Ward, Clara & David Lantz, Evelyn Hart, Diane Needham, Adger Williams; and young performers Emma Dudrick, Franny Lucey McCabe, Paul Schult, Juliana Slocum and Sam Williams. Also featured will be members of the youthful comedy troupe, “B.A.D.”- including Mason McDowell, Lauren Mettler, Craig Natoli, Faith Wider, and Elizabeth Williams. The host of the evening’s festivities will be Dr. John Bowen, assisted by his lovely wife, Barb. In addition, there will be a live ‘pit’ band, comprised of Dianne Adams McDowell on keyboard, James McDowell on brass & guitar, and Taylor McDowell on drums. This is truly an event you will not want to miss!

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