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Flashback Theater will present Last Train to Nibroc

Play stars Jeremy Cloyd and Brenna Murray, both of whom have Lindsey Wilson theater program backgrounds and are familiar to local theater audiences
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By Kyle Hadley
News from Flashback Theater Company

Flashback Theater Company, will be presenting the play Last Train to Nibroc at Carnegie Community Arts Center, 107 N Main Street in Somerset, KY, Fridays and Saturdays, February 13 and 14, and 20 and 21, 2015, at 6pmCT/7pmET, and on Sundays, February 15 and 22, 2015 at 1pmCT/pmET. The theatre is wheelchair accessible with a ramp at the back of the building. Tickets are $12 per person; $8 per student. To order tickets, call 859-322-2739 weekdays from 10amCT/11amET to 4pmCT/5pmET. Or order online go to Artful.ly. To avoid the $2 online ticket fee per ticket, simply call the 859-322-2739 number.

The play stars LWC senior Jeremy Cloyd and Brenna Murray, who is a 2014 graduate of LWC.


Jeremy has been extremely active in the LWC theater program and spent the summer of 2014 working in outdoor theater with Snow Camp Outdoor Theatre in South Carolina. Brenna is a 2014 theater and communication graduate of Lindsey Wilson College and has studied musical theatre in New York City with George Salazar and Anthony Wayne.

The Play

In December 1940, an east-bound cross-country train carries the bodies of the great American writers Nathanael West and F. Scott Fitzgerald. Also on board is May, who shares her seat with a charming young flyer, Raleigh. Religious and bookish, May plans to be a missionary. Raleigh has been given a medical discharge and, inspired by West and Fitzgerald, is heading to New York to be a writer. Raleigh and May discover they are from neighboring Appalachian towns, and he decides to change trains for Kentucky, poising to take May to the next Nibroc Festival in Corbin.

Flashback Theater

Flashback Theater Company, under the direction of Sommer Schoch, is the new producing theater company in Somerset and is the theater-company-in-residence at the Carnegie Community Arts Center. Its mission is to explore our present relationship to the world through the lens of our past interactions as a community and through the passionate pursuit of theater that speaks to the soul.


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Adair Aerospace team at Bowman Field Hangar 7



2015-02-11 - Louisville, KY - Photo Adair County School District Photo.
Adair County High School representatives were on hand at Bowman Field's "Hangar 7" on Tuesday, February 10, 2014 for the Open House and National Launch Reception of the National Air andSpace Education Institute. "Aerospace" is the newest addition to the career pathways available to students at ACHS, with the first classes set to begin in August, 2015. The program will provide a wide array of opportunities for ACHS students ranging from aircraft mechanics and repair, manufacturing, piloting, airport operation and more. Kentucky is now third in the nation in aircraft parts manufacturing, a multi-billion dollar industry that exceeds the auto manufacturing. The program is underwritten by NASA Kentucky, Eastern KY University, Morehead State University, University of Kentucky, and AOPA. ACHS is Kentucky's 27th high school to join the consortium and the first since the Air and Space Institute expanded to a national initiative. Pictured from the left: Matthew Willis, Math Instructor; Michael Godsey, Physics Instructor; Chris Janes, Columbia-Adair County Airport Board; Barb Redmon, Curriculum Resource Teacher; and Alan Reed, Superintendent.

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LWC actors have roles in Last Train to Nibroc



2015-02-11 - Carnegie Community Arts Center, 107 N Main Street, Somerset, KY - Photo from, Kyle Hadley, Flashback Theater.
Jeremy Cloyd, who plays the role of Raleigh, is a senior studying theater and English at Lindsey Wilson College (LWC). Brenna Murray portrays the role of May. She is a 2014 theater and communication graduate of Lindsey Wilson College and has studied musical theatre in New York City with George Salazar and Anthony Wayne. Last Train to Nibroc will play at Carnegie Community Arts Center (old library building), 107 N. Main Street, on Fridays and Saturdays, February 13 and 14, and 20 and 21, 2015, at 6pmCT/7pmET, and on Sundays, February 15 and 22, 2015 at 1pmCT/pmET. The theatre is wheelchair accessible with a ramp at the back of the building. Tickets are $12 per person; $8 per student. To order tickets, call 859-322-2739 weekdays from 10amCT/11amET to 4pmCT/5pmET. Or order online go through Artful.ly. To avoid the $2 online ticket fee per ticket, simply call the 859-322-2739 number.

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