|A poster designed by Bob Longmire|
of Knoxville, Tennessee.
Yesterday Clint and I attended a play presented by the Powell Playhouse, Inc. here in Knoxville, Tennessee. This play was written by Fred Carmichael in 1956. I knew I had to see it when I read the description of this dramatic thriller:
Set in 1900, the play takes place in a large house on the British coast. The story revolves around a girl and her change from a girl to a woman. A maniac is intent on getting rid of those humans who are imperfect, more imperfect than most I might add.
The sounds of the pounding surf, the thunder, wind and rain set a dark and mysterious mood in the country home of the Fontaines. Add also the flashing of lightening. Oh, I failed to mention two murders.
|One of the actors|
For some reason my photos were blurry, it might have been that I rushed through the line afterwards. There was such a crowd! That was a good thing.
|The stage was beautiful and realistic.|
The play was fantastic! We loved it and they did such a great job. I also loved the story, there were some lessons to be learned from it. We want to attend more of their productions. This was only their second production since they were formed a few months ago. There was a great turn out for this matinee performance.