Monday, October 5, 2009

“Polaroid Stories” Coming to Vol State

Michael is working on promotion for an upcoming Vol State student theater production. Here is his blog about Polaroid Stories:

Polaroid Stories is a play being put on by students of Volunteer State Community College, about the lives of teenage kids on the street. Each character involved has to undergo challenges of being homeless, prostitution, drug addiction, and being alone on city streets. With an added twist of Greek Mythology this story is sure to bring a tear to your eye as you watch the realistic interpretation of the lives these young teenagers are leading. From Director Edmond Thomas and with returning actors Steve Parnell, Jessie Smith, Samantha Hearn, Brittany King, Steven Cox, Nikki Colwell, Sean Carney, Felicia Tate, and new-comer Rome Logan, this show is sure to captivate your attention keeping you glued to the edge of your seat yearning for more. Because of adult content and language, Polaroid Stories is only for mature audiences.

“The audience will hopefully be captivated by each of the stories told in the play, and be able to feel the emotion and pain the characters deal with.” – Samantha Hearn

“The audience will appreciate the realism.”- Jessie Smith

“The audience will expect to momentarily alter their reality.” –Rome Logan

Don’t miss out on what everyone will be talking about!

Auditorium in Caudill Hall
October 16, 17, at 7:30pm and Sunday the 18th at 2:30pm
October 23, 24, at 7:30pm and Sunday the 25th at 2:30pm
Admission: $5 to benefit student scholarships.

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