Savannah River Productions, Inc. presents Smoke on the Mountain conceived by Alan Bailey and written by Connie Ray. Smoke on the Mountain takes you back to a simpler time, 1938, where the audience becomes the congregation of the Mount Pleasant Church. You are invited to their "first ever Saturday night sing," where Pastor Oglethorpe is bound and determined to move his flock into the "modern world." The Sanders family includes Vera, the Bible quoting, hymn belting, matriarch of the Sanders family, her husband, Burl, their twins Dennis and Denise with their laugh a second antics, eldest daughter, June Sanders who "doesn't sing, she signs," and the wayward Uncle Stanley. Smoke on the Mountain is hilarious, and also shares a message of faith, family and forgiveness in the Sanders testimonies. The award-winning musical has become a world-wide hit. With its heartfelt gospel songs and down-to-earth characters, this musical is a celebration of life, love and bluegrass gospel at its finest.