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News Outlook COMMUNITY / Morelrearl Theatre Guild nresents‘10tl Stories” In Susan Tun September 02, 2021 - 9 Mike Dobranski, David McKee, Kim Shannon, and Sara Lindsey The Morehead Theatre Guild is working on a very special project commem- orate the 20th anniversary of of America’s dark- est days — September 11, 2001. called “110 Stories”. Su- san Tuft, in the immediate of 11th, she be- gan collecting hundreds of emails, conducted dozens of interviews, and began writing “110 Stories” based on accounts. It was her that by giving voice to were ac- tually the play would derive more joy from and that it would remind us of much value each Tuft acknowledges that writing it was her way of managing her own feelings as well. play will be present- ed four days only — Septem- ber 9,10, 11, & 12 — at Rowan County Center. 14 actors will depict numer- ous characters including firefighters, .police, pe0ple worked at World Trade Center, homeless rescue a chiropractor, a child psy— chiatrist, a K—9 handler, nurses, an ironworker, a telecommunications man— ager, a and other volunteers. char- acters, through un- flinching first-person testi- monials, capture grief and resilience of New York City. offer us in revealing humor and compassion that emerged in the midst of this tragedy. Cast Kevin Bass, a former US Army Military Police Officer and Detroit Police Officer, is dedicat- ing his performance to “all of his and sisters in the Police, Military, and First Responder Services.” Director Drew Hender- son began rehearsals for “110 on July 26, and says “This play brings us face-to-face with were in the structures, those who nearby, and those dealt with aftermath. We see the short-term impacts this de- struction had on all involved, as well as re alization they have of long-term effects this will (have on men— tally and physically. " Kim Shannon plays that of mother Karen Slade and telecom manager Glenna Jinks, “Being a part of this performance is a way to honor the of 9/11; there many. survivors' stories hold truths that We don't always Cast of Morehead Theatre Guild's "1 IO Stories" rehearsing a scene in Act One during which time the South is falling. Cast (L to R): Leslie Workman, Chloe Mace, Jason Justice, Cast of Morehead Theatre Guild’s "1 IO Stories" rehearsing a scene in Act One. Cast mem- (L to R): Diane Brunson (standing), Leslie Workman, C. J. Knorr, Lee Roberts, Chloe Mace, Jason Justice, George David McKee, Kim Shannon, Sara Lindsey, and Mike Dobran- ski (standing). hear in the news.” Cast members in are as follows: Di- ane Brunson, Leslie Work- man, C. J. Knorr, Kennealy Chloe Mace, Ja- son Justice, Mike Dobran— ski, George David McKee, Kim Shannon, Sara Lind- Sey, Laken Albrink, Diana Reeder, J. D. Reeder, and Kevin Bass. Laken Albrink, plays nurse Susan Flis, reflects, “110 Stories captures what meant to an American on Sep- 11th, 2001. It com- memorates the events and aftermath of 9/11 in a way that demonstrates how people pulled together dur- ing a great tragedy.” Tickets may be pur- chased online at www. moreheadtheatreorg and by calling 606-783-9857 visiting the Rowan County Center. is 7:30 pm. on Thursday, Friday and Saturday and a 2:00 pm. matinee on Sun— day. Not recommended for under age 12. Masks will required for everyone. fllllfllllT BLEIlIlS TIIIIST Ellll lIEE All In 2020, Live To Save % L'ves created as the ’ first music event of kind inspire for 110,000 Americans waiting on a lifesaving organ trans— plant. Over 4,000 unique viewers *tuned‘into live streamed concert from nine different states. With vital need to the Organ Donor Registry, the 2021 concert will continue the effort as the concert will spark conversations about organ donation and increase donor registra- : ringing a ention to the mission of organ dona- tion. 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