Put-in-Bay’s Youth Drama Group Re-acquaints Audience with Life Lesson

PiB Junior Dramatic Society production of 12, 13, 14 December 2013
PiB Junior Dramatic Society production of 12, 13, 14 December 2013

Three beautiful performances of “Livin’ de Life” concluded on Saturday night at the Put-in-Bay Town Hall Opera House.  Patrick Myers, director of this year’s Junior Dramatic Society’s performance, explained, “The story of the animals that live in the briar patch is very old.  The episodes were collected for ‘historical preservation’ by Joel Chandler Harris in a book called Animal Stories in 1880.”  The audience came away with a refreshing look at the significance of old stories in our daily lives.  As Mr. Myers put it, “We take a journey to enjoy a slice of ‘folktale pie,’ southern style, without the worries of electronic interruption.”

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All-Star Cast
All-Star Cast
Grandpa & Daisy, played by Joe Foutts and Morgan Stacy.
Grandpa & Daisy, played by Joe Foutts and Miss Stacy.
Brer Tarrypin played by Mr. Byrnes.
Brer Tarrypin played by Mr. Byrnes.
Brer Coon, played by Mr. Booker.
Brer Coon, played by Mr. Booker.
Brer Rabbit, played by Miss Kowalski.
Brer Rabbit, played by Miss Kowalski.
Brer Fox and Brer Bear, played by Mr. Urge and Mr. Kowalski.
Brer Fox and Brer Bear, played by Mr. Urge and Mr. Kowalski.
Miss Meadows, played by Miss Urge.
Miss Meadows, played by Miss Urge.
Aunt Mammy Bammy, played by Miss Rence.
Aunt Mammy Bammy, played by Miss Rence.
Sis Buzzard, played by Miss Lentz.
Sis Buzzard, played by Miss Lentz.
Miss Goose, played by Miss Market.
Miss Goose, played by Miss Market.
Briar Patch Orchestra: Mr. Smith
Briar Patch Orchestra: Mr. Smith
Director Myers
Director Myers