College of the Ozarks Presents: “Four Star Country Boy”

Four-Star Country BoyCollege of the Ozarks has been putting on a limited engagement production called “Four Star Country Boy,” that’s free and open to the public with performances at the Keeter Center’s Royal Oak Forum.

The play is an inspirational success story of one a College of the Ozarks alumni and is based on the life of former Assistant Commandant of the United States Marine Corps, General Terrence R. Dake. The story details how he, an Ozarks native, rose to the top ranks of military leadership. The production is entirely produced and performed by current students attending College of the Ozarks.

Before the show enjoy a delicious lunch at the Keeter Center or grab dinner afterwards. If you want to make the most of your visit to College of the Ozarks, read my blog “Spend a Day at College of the Ozarks” for more fun activities and things to see on campus.

Performances are scheduled to run until December 7. All performances begin at 2 p.m. with one 3 p.m. show on December 7.

Visit keetercenter.edu for more information. The College of the Ozarks is located

at 100 Opportunity Ave., Point Lookout, MO, just off Highway 65.

 

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