The Carolina Copycats are a group of seniors whose primary goal is to entertain seniors. Through lip syncing and costumed performances we take our audience back in time to when Rock and Roll was king. Many of our viewers experience the nostalgia of this era with our music and performances.
A SPECIAL performance by the Carolina Copy Cats was featured at a Tega Cay Vintage Club dinner. The Copy Cats wowed the 120 attending members and guests with a wide variety of songs, costumes and music. Always on cue, the Copy Cats gave their best in memorable numbers that included Elvis and Sinatra. They brought the roof down with their closing number; “When The Saints Come Marching In.” The Vintage Club thanks each Copy Cat for a GREAT performance!
— Mike Linder, Dinner Entertainment Coordinator, Tega Cay Vintage Club
June McDuffee Scholarships
May 8, 2015 at 7:00 PM The Carolina Copy Cats wowed a packed audience with their production of Oh, What a Night of vintage music with comedy and dance numbers. The performance was held in Johnson Theatre at Winthrop University in Rock Hill, SC.
The proceeds from this event allowed The Carolina Copy Cats to start a scholarship fund at Winthrop University in the amount of $1,500. One to two incoming York County freshmen pursuing a degree in Theatre or Dance will receive $500 each.
The June McDuffee Scholarship is named after our founder. We were founded in 2007 through June’s article in the Fort Mill Times. Six people responded. Currently there are about 26 members that meet at the Center Stage Dance Academy on Gold Hill Road in Fort Mill. In addition to the Winthrop scholarships, The Carolina Copy Cats gives an annual one or two $500 June McDuffee Scholarships to a Center Stage Dance Senior pursuing a college education.