Red Door Theatre presents ‘Last Train to Nibroc’
Published 3:00 am Tuesday, July 19, 2016
Audiences enjoyed the Red Door Theatre’s production of “See Rock City,” the tender, funny story of newlyweds Raleigh and May and the challenges they faced on the home front in 1944 when WWII was drawing to a close. Now, in the Red Door’s 2016 summer production of “Last Train to Nibroc,” the prequel to “See Rock City,” theater-goers have the opportunity to be along for the ride on a cross country train in 1941 when Raleigh and May’s chance encounter leads to love.
The play stars Joseph Crawford as Raleigh and Eve Harmon as May, back in their roles as the two young sweethearts.
Crawford, a Union Springs native who is currently a theatre major at Troy University, and Montgomery resident Harmon have appeared in several plays together at the Red Door, and it’s obvious that the two have a chemistry that emanates from their off-stage friendship.
Last Train to Nibroc is directed by Huntingdon College retired theatre professor Fiona Macleod, who brings her own magic to the stage.
With the talent, training, and skill of these three, and supported by a strong technical crew, this production is guaranteed to create laughter and pull on the heartstrings of audience members.
Performance dates and times are July 28, 29, and 30 at 7:30 p.m. with an optional dinner preceding it at 6 p.m. and matinees on Saturday and Sunday, August 6 and 7, at 2:30 p.m.
For information, contact the Tourism Council of Bullock County office at (334) 738-8687 or visit the website at www.reddoortheatre.org.