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Historical play 17 & 24 Oct 2015: Lizzie Mears - River of Dreams

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By Jelaine T. Harlow

The historical play "Lizzie Mears - River of Dreams," will be presented in Greensburg the Saturday nights of October 17 and 24. Lizzie operated a massive farm on Pittman Creek during the first half of the 20th century, and was partners in a Columbia saw mill. Columbia native Maude Thomas, her housekeeper for 45 years, is also in the play.

The production begins at 6pmCT, both nights in the Greensburg Community Center, 105 West Court Street. Admission is $5, students $2, with proceeds to the Green County Historical Society. Cast: Randy Davenport, Jerry Cowherd, Louie Lyle, Loyd Curry, Danny Jeffries, John Henderson, Gary Ferguson, Ronald Curry, Playwright Lanny Tucker, Angelina Allcott, Jill Byrne, Rachel Henderson, Mason Stone, Joey Henderson, Katie Henderson and Sue Ferguson.



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Historical play 17 & 20 Oct 2015: Lizzie Mears - River of Dreams



2015-10-16 - Greensburg Community Center, 105 West Court Street, Greensburg, KY - Photo Submitted by Jelaine Harlow; photo by Jenny Kawa.
Historical play 17 & 20 Oct 2015: Lizzie Mears - River of Dreams The historical play "Lizzie Mears River of Dreams," will be presented in Greensburg the Saturday nights of October 17 and 24. Lizzie operated a massive farm on Pittman Creek during the first half of the 20th century, and was partners in a Columbia saw mill. Columbia native Maude Thomas, her housekeeper for 45 years, is also in the play. The production begins at 6pmCT, both nights in the Greensburg Community Center, 105 West Court Street. Admission is $5, students $2, with proceeds to the Green County Historical Society. Photo-cast: Top left: Randy Davenport, Jerry Cowherd, Louie Lyle, Loyd Curry, Danny Jeffries, John Henderson, Gary Ferguson, Ronald Curry, Playwright Lanny Tucker, Angelina Allcott, Jill Byrne, Rachel Henderson, Mason Stone, Joey Henderson, Katie Henderson and Sue Ferguson.

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Play Saturday night highlights lives of two local women



2015-10-22 - Photo by Jelaine Harlow.
Playwright Lanny Tucker invites the public to his historical play "Lizzie Mears - River of Dreams" Saturday night in Greensburg. The play highlights two women who operated a massive farm on Pittman Creek during the first half of the 20th century -- they are buried in the Columbia City Cemetery as shown in the photo. The second and last scheduled production begins at 6pmCT Saturday, October 24, 2015, in the Greensburg Community Center, 105 West Court Street. Admission is $5, students $2, with proceeds to the Green County Historical Society.

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