The Way Off-Broadway Players will present the musical “Cowgirls” on March 22-24 and then again on March 29-31 and April 5-7.

The play, written by Mary Murfitt features talented a talented cast including Cast includes Vickie Schwiening, Tammy Doan, Eva Jo Sessom, Jennifer Henderson, all from Eldorado, Hayley Davis from Ozona, and Terry Weaver from Sonora

Performances will be at 7 p.m. on Fridays and 3 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. Tickets are only $15. Call 325-277-0635 to reserve yours.

To understand the Cowgirls’ storyline you first have to know that Jo is in a pickle: She only has one day to save Hiram Hall from foreclosure. Hiram Hall is her father’s once-famous country western saloon in Rexford, Kansas .

Although Jo’s father’s place has seen better days, Jo is determined to keep it open. But what will pack in a crowd to make the money she needs to save it?

Jo’s hard-living, wise-cracking waitress has been dying to get up on the stage and prove she has what it takes to be a successful country singer and Mo, the cook/cashier, is right behind her. But Jo has other plans: She booked the Cowgirl Trio, sure it will save her father’s place. The only problem was that there is no such group. Maybe it was just a slight misunderstanding, but Jo’s phone call brought the Coghill Trio to Rexford. The trio consists of Rita, Lee and Mary Lou who were classical musicians currently on a reunion tour.

Jo wasn’t looking for classical music but the Coghill Trio showed up for a legitimate booking. The six women will surely mix like oil & water: Jo could have made it big as a country singer, but gave up her dream to run her daddy’s business; Mickey believes she has to have this chance to perform or all her dreams would slip through her fingers; Mo refuses to believe Jo might lose the Hall and will do anything she can to help her keep it; Lee who’s always searching, has begun to feel like she’s never going to find what she’s been looking for and feels they should give Hiram Hall a chance; Mary Lou, just about to bust from following rules all her life, cannot stand that Hiram Hall is not a real booking and believes her career is doomed.

Fate must have brought these six women together and they side out- it’s classical versus county. Can they find a way to meet in the middle? Sure thing, and when Jo proudly presents to the public the Cowgirl Trio, you can bet your bottom dollar that it raises the roof and Jo saves Hiram Hall!