CASPIAN—The Iron County Museum Players will perform the “Caspian: The Caring City” revue on Thursday, June 20, at the Iron County Historical Museum starting at 7 p.m.
Tickets are now available at the museum in Caspian and the Chamber of Commerce office in Iron River. Tickets are $8 per seat, and seating is limited.
The “Caspian: The Caring City” revue will be a radio dramatization of the early history of the village, spanning the period from the late 1890s to 1933. Several historic figures (portrayed by members of the community) will be on stage to describe their role in the formation of the village from their own individual perspective.
Among the historic figures to appear: Charles Lawrence, Caspian Mine superintendent and first president of the village; George Novak, pioneer resident and member of the village council; Dr. Robert White, doctor for the mining companies and community practitioner; and Father Albert Treilles, pastor of St. Cecilia Church during the 1920s.
The rvue will feature special entertainment performed by the music group the CaspiaNetties.
The “Caspian: The Caring City” revue is a fund-raiser for the Iron County Museum. The city of Caspian and Caspian DDA are providing financial support for the revue.