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September 14, 2012

Baldwin Players announce cast for ‘The Hallelujah Girls’

TIFTON — Eight cast members have been selected for “The Hallelujah Girls”, the Baldwin Players’ upcoming fall production at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, according to an announcement by Dr. Brian Ray, director of the Players.

Ray said the cast will include Leah Croft, Ashlyne Eubanks, Joscelyn Marshall, Tre’mon Mills, Alena Phillips, James Ramsey, Kaylee Stokes, and Taylor Williams.  Noelle Stuart will serve as assistant director of the production.  

The production dates for “The Hallelujah Girls” are Oct. 25 – 27 at 7 p.m. in Howard Auditorium. Tickets are free to faculty, staff, and students with ABAC ID. The general public can purchase tickets at the door for $5.

Croft is a pharmacy major from Tifton; Eubanks is a pre-nursing major from Nashville; Marshall is a pre-medicine major from LaGrange; Mills is an undeclared major from Blakely; Phillips is a music major from Richmond Hill; Ramsey is an instrumental music major from Cordele; Stokes is a vocal music major from Tifton; Williams is a middle grades education major from Blakely; and Stuart is an agribusiness and agricultural education major from Coolidge.

  Written by Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope, and Jamie Wooten, “The Hallelujah Girls” is a comedy about five southern women who decide to turn an old church into a day spa.  There are tons of problems along the path to achieving their dream, but it’s nothing that a surprise ending can’t fix.

For more information on “The Hallelujah Girls”, interested persons can contact Ray at (229) 391-4969 or via e-mail at bray@abac.edu.

 

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