Sunday, November 23, 2008
Every fall and spring, I shoot promotion photos for the Brundidge Historical Society's original folklife play, "Come Home, It's Suppertime." The play revolves around stories handed down from the Brundidge, Alabama, area during the Great Depression. Since it is a community theater production, the scenes in the play change during each season of performances based on who is available to perrform.
The photo above is from a new scene in which Rebecca Brown and Alexis Fraley learn to kiss from a "True Confessions" magazine.
The Brundidge Historical Society will also be presenting Sheila Kay Adams for a "Tell it on the Mountain" Chrustmas storytelling Dec. 12 at the We Piddle Around Theater in Brundidge, Alabama; present the Pike Piddlers third annual Storytelling Festival Jan. 20-31, 2009, at the We Piddle Around Theater and Trojan Center Theater on the campus of Troy University; and Barbara Bates Smith as Ivy Rowe from Lee Smith's novel, "Young and Tender Ladies," June 11, 2009.
I posted several other photographs on Flickr.
See the Brundidge Historical Society's website for more information.