When 17-year-old Elly May Clampett’s father, Jed, unexpectedly strikes it rich, he moves his family from the Ozarks to Beverly Hills, California. Suddenly torn from her pig-farmer fiancé, Lyle, the beautiful but naïve tomboy is thrown into a world of debutante balls, polo matches and people mainly concerned with their place in society. Nearly taken in by a couple of scheming ne’er-do-wells—including seductive bad boy Justin—Elly proves traditional country virtue triumphs over slick city vice. She even manages to teach the villains a lesson in mercy. Elly’s cantankerous Granny is there to put her two cents in, usually unsolicited. And cousin Jethro, a lovable galoot, comes to the rescue of a young L.A. damsel in distress. All while banker Millburn Drysdale and his faithful girl Friday, Jane Hathaway, do everything they can to keep Jed—and his millions—from leaving Beverly Hills. The Beverly Hillbillies, The Musical is a story about compassion and tolerance—with a little moonshine and Ozark stompin’ thrown in to spice it all up. This lively and hilarious show is directed by Chad McGee and Gregg Garrison, with music direction by Marc Pyburn. The show will run Sept. 5 - 12 and will be performed behind the building at the covered pavilion outdoors. Seating will be limited to 50 patrons for each show and will be socially distanced (bring your own chairs). Livestream performances of the live shows will also be available for those who prefer to watch from home! Weather delays and rain out dates will be transferred to a video stream ticket.