The Sutton Store Players present "A Mayberry Valentine" featuring Sheriff Andy Taylor, seated, played by Stan Webster and Floyd the Barber played by Rich Caliri.
The play is presented at Sutton General Store located at 169 Clover Street, Granville, TN.
Historic Granville has become known for its Dinner Theatre based on shows of the Andy Griffith Show that have been rewritten with a Granville flavor. The Sutton Store Players will perform a new play entitled "A Mayberry Valentine" on February 5, 6, 12 & 13 at 5:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. and on February 11th at 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. with a great valentine meal served at each play.
A Mayberry Valentine will feature Ernest T. Bass for the first time performed by Jackson County educator Lakeland Barham. The play also features Barney Fife played by Sam Moore, Beatrice Taylor played by Liz Bennett, Helen Crump played by Brenda Curtis, Opie Taylor played by Wyatt Curtis, Clara played by Betty Caliri, Reverend and Otis Campbell played by Randall Clemons. The first act of the play is entitled "Aunt Bee's Crowning Glory" and will be performed in the center part of store followed by a Valentine Dinner in the store dining room with the second act in dining room entitled "The Education of Ernest T. Bass".
Reservations are required for the dinner theatre by calling 931-653-4151.