McSwain Theatre’s Jae L. and Crossover Show to spotlight young Oklahoman ventriloquist among other local artists


Thursday, March 17, 2016

by Media Relations Office



Darci Farmer will appear at the McSwain Saturday, March 19, little more than a week before she appears on the new NBC Show “Little Big Shots.”

Darci, an 11-year-old from Edmond, Oklahoma, will return to the McSwain stage to entertain the crowd with her unique blend of humor, singing and ventriloquism.

She will join Jae L. Stilwell and the Crossover Band for a special show filled with live music and entertainment 7 p.m. Saturday, March 19, at the historic McSwain Theatre, 130 W. Main St., Ada, Oklahoma.

At only 11 years of age, Darci has already had a successful career as an entertainer. She was voted as 16 and Under Act of the Year as part of the McSwain Annual Grand Awards Show, placed first in the junior division at Oklahoma’s Got Talent, and was named overall entertainer of the year at America’s Kids held in Branson, Missouri.

She will make her national television debut 7 p.m., Sunday, March 27, on the popular new show hosted by Steve Harvey on NBC.

This month’s McSwain show offers a full lineup of local performers, including: Bob Styles, Annie Weast, Bella Brown, Dickie McCoy and Tricia Wood.

Audience members will also be entertained by the voice of the Oklahoma Educational Television Authority (OETA), Gary Owen. Owen appeared in the McSwain’s Funny Pack Comedy Show, and is known as a radio personality, ventriloquist and stage hypnotist.

Regular admission for the Jae L. and Crossover show is $15 per person, seniors receive a discounted $13 admission and children age 12 and under have an admission fee of $10. Special rates are available for groups of 15 or more people.

Call 580-332-8108 for more information.