(Milledgeville) — Do you ever wonder how people in Milledgeville fared during World War II? Or built local businesses? Dealt with integration? Or faced the loss of jobs?
Georgia College Theatre Department will bring those stories and more to life with its production “Milledgeville Memoirs.”
Continuing its “Southern Season: Welcome Home,” the theatre department takes to the stage to celebrate the lives of local personalities, their trials and successes.
The original play written by Georgia College English professor David Muschell will open at 8 p.m. Tuesday, March 15 and continue through Friday, March 18 in The Campus Black Box Theatre.
“We’re portraying about 15 different citizens of Milledgeville including Jake and Maxine Goldstein; Marsha and Darryl Herren; Harriett and Fielding Whipple; Dora Clemons Collier; and Maria Diaz Thompson,” said Dr. Karen Berman, theatre chair and artistic director of theatre programs.