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“Not only Woodfill students and parents attended, but some from Moyer and Johnson and neighborhood residents would come,” Fisher says.
“The students were always excited about the festival and it always involved more parents than those that attended PTA meetings.
But first he’s going to have to see off former Dynasty diva Stephanie Beacham as the Wicked Stepmother.
It was also a lot of work and planning for the PTA. Howard Fischer taught at Highlands High School during the 1960s, and at Fort Thomas’s three elementary schools from 1970 to 1974.The festival, formerly called The Fall Festival, has been a longtime tradition in Fort Thomas.“It was called The Fall Festival as long as I can remember,” says Rozellen Griggs, who started working at Woodfill Elementary in 1948 as a fifth grade teacher. A delicious spaghetti [dinner] was served for a very reasonable price.This year’s panto dame is Carmarthen-born comedian Mike Doyle, who’s so experienced he even won Opportunity Knocks back in the Eighties (perhaps that’s Opportunity Knockers here though). John Barrowman and the Krankies are back again (oh yes they are! The evergreen, Glasgow-born Barrowman marks his fourth SECC panto as ‘young’ Dick to one of Scotland’s oldest double acts — the husband and wife Krankies. Former Tiswas favourite Bob Carolgees and his ventriloquised dog Spit are on hand as Farmer Bob and his faithful companion.Between the three of them, the plan is to give the London-centric show a distinctly tartan flavour. Let’s hope Spit doesn’t decide to keep the beanstalk watered! Dancing On Ice winner and Liverpool lad Ray Quinn stars as the flying boy who never grows up.