Tuesday, June 21, 2011

How You Gonna Keep 'Em Down on the Farm

...after they've been to Second Samuel, GA!

Here we are! The citizenry of 2nd Samuel, along with a few interesting four-legged characters from Jimbo's farm. And the temperature out there was only about 99, maybe 100. But we were an intrepid and undaunted bunch, determined to get one good picture for our beloved director, Nell Richardson. And, did I mention the biting goat?

And here are the ladies from the Change Your Life Hair and Beauty Emporium, listening as that sweet little gentleman, B Flat, pitches a fit.

This is the local watering hole of Second Samuel, GA, known as The Bait and Brew.

Second Samuel, a play by Pamela Parker, is set in a small town in Georgia, just after the end of World War II. The story begins as the town mourns the death of one of their most beloved citizens, Miss Gertrude. She's that tall lady who taught piano lessons. But after her death, certain secrets are revealed and turmoil ensues!

It was my pleasure and privilege to be among the cast of this excellent story that ended with the advice: Just love one another. And, as U.S. so wisely stated, "It's not our place to judge, now is it?"

Just love one another.


Joanne Cage said...

Delightful folks, delightful play! (Delightful goat.) If you get any more pictures, please post them--especially one where you can see B. Flat's face. I LOVED the play.

Susan @ Blackberry Creek said...

I love that first shot of y'all with the donkeys. Too cute. I too loved the play. Hope you decide to continue your acting career.
P.S. The word verification below is "maters." I think I wants some.

Paul D- said...

Happy to see the many talents you have and the fact that you stepped out,

Anonymous said...

Good job with your acting debut!!!
The play was sweet, funny, and entertaining.
Glad you had such a good time.

Ramey Channell said...

Thanks 'Da! So glad you enjoyed the play!

possum said...

What? Goats, donkeys, but NO POSSUMS? This is terrible!
But glad you had fun. Never saw the play. Never even heard of it, but if it ever gets put on by our locals, I will be sure to go to see it!

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Pamela 'pig lover' Parker said...

Goats 'n donkeys is fine. You could throw in a possum or two if ya want.... but... why ain't they no pigs? Second Samuel is famous for its pigs, best in the state. Ever'body knows that....