HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – Two local legends will team up Saturday night for an evening of storytelling, all to benefit a wonderful cause.
Greg Screws and Ron Harris will perform at Merrimack Hall at 7 p.m. in a benefit performance for the Johnny Stallings Arts Program. All seats are $25. The show is for adults.
Screws and Harris have both performed one-man shows in past seasons, but this year, they are teaming up for one hilarious evening of storytelling.
Ron Harris retired after 40 years as an educator, including 20 years as director of Lee High’s Drama Magnet Program. He adapted his original play, Like Moles, Like Rats, for the screen, with the full-length film released under the title Twenty Years After.
Greg Screws is a WHNT News 19 anchor/reporter. He says for the last 30 years, he’s spent his time writing down stories from his career instead of actually working. Like life, TV news is filled with stories that leave your jaw on the floor, either with humor or anger.
Order tickets by calling the box office at (256) 534-6455 or online at Merrimackhall.com.