OMS performance dedicated to missed local arts supporter
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OMS Performance
 ALEX SQUIRES as Penelope, left, Riley White as Terrence O'Toole and Rawhide, Brandon Akiona as Ginger O'Toole and Rachel Keenan as Casandra get into character for the upcoming Ocoee Middle School performance of “Brothers O’Toole.”
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The Ocoee Middle School Drama Department will present its Spring Drama performances March 15-17.

This year's play, “Brothers O'Toole,” written by Tim Kelly and directed by Terrie Kirkpatrick is dedicated to the memory of Steve Kirkpatrick.

Steve is the late husband of Terrie Kirkpatrick. He died in a boating accident last summer while fishing in Alaska. For the past 17 years, he was instrumental in building the sets and providing costuming and props to all the plays at Ocoee Middle School. He donated every spare minute of his time to making sure the fine arts had a place at Ocoee Middle School and supporting all of his wife's endeavors in making the drama program a thriving one.

Terrie Kirkpatrick said Steve was her biggest supporter and champion to make sure every student at Ocoee Middle had the opportunity to be involved in the performing arts. There will be a special dedication made to Steve on March 15, opening night of “Brothers O'Toole” at Ocoee Middle School's Theater.

The Performance dates and times are March 15, 7 p.m., March 16, 7 p.m. and March 17, 3 p.m. The cost per ticket is $8 for adults and $5 for students. Tickets can be purchased at the door of the OMS Theater.

The assistant directors for the play are Dave Fisher, OMS sixth-grade teacher and Amy Attia, Lee University student teacher.

Cast members are Rachel Keenan, Carrie Snyder, Keri Parks, Brandon Akiona, Garrett Frederick, Lauren Beavers, Lilly Wright, Mary Beth Canida, Lee Young, Riley White, Hunter Ingram, Ryder Morris, Alex Squires, Linsy lawson, Sarah Beavers, Madi Denny, Anna Kelly, Chandler Tourigny, Emma Hicks, Savannah Churlik, Kylie Squires, Karmen Sanders and Jonathan Womble.