Thursday, August 13, 2009
MAJOR LEWIS REDMOND, OUTLAW, RETURNS
Kind hearts, gird your loins and prime your pistols! The outlaw, Lewis Redmond, is back - his return made possible by the impressive talents of Steve Brady. Steve is an actor, writer and musician who grew up in Macon County and has been active in regional drama groups since he was a child. In addition, he is a member of the "Mountain Voices" writers group in Sylva and recently received the "Milestone" fiction award from Southwestern Community College. "Prince of Dark Corners" is scheduled for two performances at the Albert Carlson - Cashiers Community Library on August 28-29 at 7:30. All proceeds from these performances will go to the new Jackson County Public Library Complex. Ticket are $10.00.
At present, it looks like Steve will be repeating the role of Major Redmond in Franklin in September and he will be doing a performance for the Sylva Book Fair in November (the 13th, I believe). There is also a possibility that he will do a performance in Old Fort, N. C.
I'll add more information as it becomes available. Please ask questions.
THE NEW "PRINCE OF DARK CORNERS" PREMIERED LAST NIGHT AT THE ALBERT CARLSON CASHIERS LIBRARY. ANY CONCERNS AS TO IF STEVE BRADY COULD HANDLE THE ONE-HOUR MONOLOGUE ABOUT THE ROGUE OUTLAW THAT OPERATED IN THIS REGION FOLLOWING THE CIVIL WAR QUICKLY VANISHED WHEN BRADY APPEARED ON STAGE. HE RECEIVED A STANDING OVATION AND WILL REPEAT THE ROLE TONIGHT (AUGUST 29TH) AT 7:30.