Karen Barnes, accompanied by Dave McGill, sang a great up-tempo jazzy-type song called "Satan is Busy in Knoxville."
The centerpiece of last Thursday's Liars Bench (and the encore show to come next Thursday February 23) was "Coy",
a dramatic monologue played to great applause by Haywood County dramatist Tom Dewees, about a young mountain man faced with his grandfather's (and his own) mortality and the magical way that he deals with it.
Tom Dewees played a very convincing "Coy." The audience loved him.
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