Sunday, November 22, 2015

Flowertown Players 2015 Season--A Nostalgic Peek Into The Past Year

Nathaniel Hawthorne once said, "Time flies over us, but leaves its shadow behind." This year of 2015 is rapidly flying by and soon will be out of sight. Looking back over this past year, it clearly can be stated 2015 has been a highly successful one for the James F. Dean Theatre and its committed group of local actors called the Flowertown Players, who unselfishly volunteered their time to spread their wings of talent over the community of Summerville and in the process of doing so, left behind a silhouette of excellence.

Through the year, I had the pleasure and privilege of attending and photographing the steady procession of entertaining musicals and theatrical plays--a privilege for which I am truly honored and appreciative. Aside from the memories imprinted on our minds, the numerous photographs compiled through the year are a huge part of the shadow left behind.

As a tribute to the staff of the James F. Dean Theatre and the Flowertown Players, I have picked from the hundreds of photographs taken some of my favorites, which was not an easy task because there are so many favorites worthy of another look. I hope you enjoy this nostalgic peek into the past at some of the finer and funnier moments of the 2015 season.

"You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown" will be showing December 4th to the 19th to close out 2015--photos will follow. You can purchase tickets here.

If you are visiting Summerville or you plan on visiting and you love community theater, be sure to visit the James F. Dean Theatre on historic Hutchinson Square. The theater building has been around since the early thirties when it was simply known as "The Show." It is cloaked with history. The Flowertown Players were formed in 1976. Check the schedule and catch a production.

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