It begins just like those stories your Southern granny used to tell you--soft, slow, and seemingly meandering--but don't let the quiet start fool you. Arlene Hutton's "See Rock City" is one Appalachian tale that is sure to 'grab aholt to you.'
Raleigh and May, newly weds just returned from honeymooning in the last days of WWII, are both charming--sweet without being coy, and funny without being caricatures. Not that there aren't some delicious stereotypes in the play, particularly the dueling mother-in-laws who sit on the front porch and pretend to be civil with each other. The result is a play not unlike those tarty mother-in-laws: it wins you over with its sweet nostalgia and good feelings, while delivering a pretty mean ole punch. But stay tuned, this isn't just a play about "the good old days." Yes, you will laugh, and you may cry but you will certainly be challenged by relevant issues.
And that sweet, slow, meandering beginning? Every one of those rabbit trails tucks neatly--powerfully--back into the plot, and serves as a lesson in and of itself, a lesson to sit quietly and enjoy the rambling scenery, because everything, everything, is valuable in this mixed-up war-torn world. (Stephanie Young)
Evenings ~ August 1-3: Dinner 6:00 p.m. ~ Play 7:30 p.m.
Matinee ~ Sunday, August 4 (NO Dinner) ~ Play 2:30 p.m.
No Refunds ~ Group Rates Available 45 Days in Advance
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Cotton Patch Gospel
April 24-27, 2014
Red Door Theatre
This "Greatest Story Ever Retold" is based on the book, The Cotton Patch Version of Matthew and John, by Clarence Jordan in which the Gospel is presented in a setting of rural Georgia with country music written by the very popular Harry Chapin—the final and perhaps best songs he wrote. As this Gospel begins, they sing that "Somethin's a-brewin' in Gainesville," Herod is the mayor of Atlanta and, inevitably, Christ is lynched by local thugs only to rise again. Drama critics love this show and so do audiences the world over! (Dramatic Publishing)Rated G
Evenings ~ April 24-26: Dinner 6:00 p.m. ~ Play 7:30 p.m.
Matinee ~ Sunday, April 27: NO Dinner ~ Play 2:30 p.m.
Overnight accommodations available.
Dinner $15 ~ Play $15
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