Norwalk Theatre kicks off fall season

The Norwalk Main Street Theatre recently kicked off the fall season with all-day concerts and a movie showing as part of the "A
Sandusky Register Staff
May 24, 2010

 

The Norwalk Main Street Theatre recently kicked off the fall season with all-day concerts and a movie showing as part of the "Autumn Leaves Festival."

Patrons can expect everything from Gospel tunes to zombies to the Man in Black as the season unfolds.

The Milan Friends Church will be hosting "Looking to Him," an evening of Gospel music and Bible preaching, Oct. 10 with free admission and an evening of Southern Gospel Music helps usher in "Light Up Norwalk," Nov. 28.

On Halloween, the theater will host a Zombie Walk. All are invited to "Come dressed as your favorite zombie: zombie bride, zombie doctor, zombie office worker. The possibilities are limitless."

Later that evening, the undead are invited to watch the classic zombie movie that started it all, "Night of the Living Dead."

On Nov. 7, bodybuilding competitors from Ohio and Michigan will take part in the first bodybuilding event in Norwalk.

The prejudging starts at 12:45 p.m., but the evening show at 6 p .m. is the most popular, with competitors performing to music and presentation of awards.

The season continues with "The Ultimate Tribute to Johnny Cash" with Terry Lee Goffee. Terry Lee was chosen to duplicate Johnny Cash's moves and provide the famous greeting, "Hello, I'm Johnny Cash" for Guitar Hero 5.

Jamestown will perform its third annual Thanksgiving concert and in December, the Norwalk Children's Theatre Group, Curtain Call Productions, will present the play "Snowed In" with an all-childrens' cast.

January brings "Norwalk ... Do You Think You Can Dance?" competition to the stage, and a special Valentine's show is promised in February.