Tuskegee Love Letters: A Couple's Struggle With Wartime Separation
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One of the most beloved children's books of all time makes its way to the stage in the musical The Secret Garden. On a windswept moor in a lonely old house, a grieving widower and his sickly son spend their days lonely and lost, haunted by the ghosts of departed loved ones. Enter Mary, a sour young orphan who has lost her family to cholera and come to live with her uncle. She discovers a locked garden that's been left to grow wild and uncared for -- much like Mary herself. Her quest to find the key and restore the garden uncovers startling secrets and a family tragedy. With the help of her new friend Dickon and her cousin Colin, Mary brings new life to the garden and to her grief-stricken uncle. Presented by the award-winning California Youth Conservatory Theatre and directed by Shaun T. Evans, this magical musical is the perfect vehicle for CYC's cast of talented young actors and seasoned professionals. Enhanced by a beautiful and powerful score performed by a live orchestra, the musical version of this beloved story is a delight for audiences of all ages. Learn More
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I enjoyed the play. The writing was very good, and the actors expressed the words very well. There was a bit of lag, however, in between the speakers. While the younger girl is adorable, I didn't understand why she was introducing some of the dialogue (except perhaps to gain experience).
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A great depiction of a family struggling to keep there faith and love strong throughout their separation through a time of war. I loved that the actual letters were performed. It made me feel as though I was a part of their story.
Performed with special permission from the author, Kim Russell
Directed by Mark Henry and Jennie Hamilton