The touring musical cast of "The Lady and the Knight" will perform at the Sunnyside Presbyterian Church on Monday, July 16.
The 7 p.m. performance, billed as a high quality, family oriented production with a moral and spiritual message, is open to all community residents.
"The Lady and the Knight" is an original musical play set in the Medieval period with a cast of 27 youths from Harrison Square Presbyterian Church in Centralia. The play tells the story of the search for true love. More specifically, as the lady and the knight search for their own true love, they discover what true love really is.
Those who show up to watch the performance will see villainous Lord Randall Ridgemont III complicate matters, and how it takes the queen, a mysterious leper and a little girl with a doll to fulfill the legend of Kelvinshire Castle.
The Centralia cast members have toured the Pacific Northwest for the past four years. The composers, Richard and Roslyn Bartel, have more than 30 years experience in church music and composition. The group's director, Stacy Ridgley, has toured with professional and theater troupes for 15 years.
Sunnyside's Presbyterian Church is located at 737 S. 16th St.