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Singer Calvert draws on diverse tastes for role in world premiere at Capital Rep

Out-of-work country singer Lashley Lee Lashley (Carter Calvert) breaks into a rousing tribute to a dearly departed soul as her sister Junie (Lori Fischer), Dad Lyle (Reathel Bean) and Pastor Phil (Jesse Lenat) worry about what’s coming next in “The Sparkley Clean Funeral Singers.”
Photographer: Joe Schuyler
Out-of-work country singer Lashley Lee Lashley (Carter Calvert) breaks into a rousing tribute to a dearly departed soul as her sister Junie (Lori Fischer), Dad Lyle (Reathel Bean) and Pastor Phil (Jesse Lenat) worry about what’s coming next in “The Sparkley Clean Funeral Singers.”
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Carter Calvert’s vocal talents are diverse enough to make her feel right at home in any genre. She’s most comfortable, however, singing country music. “My daddy was a big fan of country music, and he raised me on Patsy Cline, Loretta Lynn and Tammy Wynette,” said Calvert, who will star in “The Sparkley Clean Funeral Singers,” opening next Tuesday at Capital Repertory Theatre. Preview performances begin tonight. “That’s where my heart lies,” Calvert said. I ...

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