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Park Theater delights with new shows
Touting their new Top 50 country music hit Livin in the Moment, Nathan, Jordan and Nic Williams of Spencers Own jam at Park Theater last Friday night. The band of five Williams brothers, originally from a small town in Idaho, has been taking their brand of music on the road since high school with member Nate saying their motto is anywhere and everywhere when it comes to playing concerts all over the world.

It’s alive.
Approaching its one-year anniversary next month, the Park Theater is alive with activity.
Three performances of “Aladdin” are scheduled today and tomorrow, kicking off a month filled with shows.
Next on the schedule is an April 16 show from The Ultimate Oldies. The concert will benefit the Citizens for Progress scholarship fund, which has awarded more than $400,000 locally since 2007.
On April 23, it will be another stage performance, this one the classic “Jungle Book KIDS.” The production is from Perform Murfreesboro.
The story will tell the tale of Mowgli, a boy left to be raised by the jungle. Mowgli is befriended by the likes of Baloo and Bagheera, but he also has adversaries such as the villainous tiger Shere Khan.
Perform Murfreesboro is a community performing arts group for kids ages 17 and under.
Park Theater will debut Dinner and a Show with the Jason Crabb performance set for April 29. Crabb is a well-known and Grammy-winning gospel singer. Visitors will be treated to a buffet meal before Crabb begins singing. Tickets are also available for the concert only for those not interested in the meal.
For more information, call the Park Theater box office at 506-2787.