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LWC Theatre Presents: Last Train to Nibroc

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By Venus Popplewell

Director of Public Relations, Lindsey Wilson College

Two more showings of Last Train to Nibroc, which is a part of LWC Theatre's "TheatreFest!", are happening this week, at 7pmCT, Thursday and Friday, June 29 & 30, 2017 in VP Henry Auditorium, 210 Lindsey Wilson Street, Columbia, KY.


This romantic comedy, written by Arlene Hutton, tells the story of Raleigh and May.

The two young Kentuckians meet in 1940 on a train carrying the bodies of Nathanael West and F. Scott Fitzgerald. Raleigh, the man, is inspired to leave Kentucky to seek a literary career in New York. May, on the other hand, wants to return home to maintain her life of diversion. Native Kentuckians, Court Mace and Caitlin Corder bring this production to life as Raleigh and May.

"I think that what is great about this show is that people around here will get the humor and the seriousness of different moments throughout the show." Brock said. "Arlene Hutton did an amazing job of capturing the culture of Kentucky in this play and I think that audiences are going to love meeting Raleigh and May."

TheatreFest! at Lindsey Wilson College presents Last Train to Nibroc June 22, 23, 29, and 30 and Lying in State July 13, 14, 20 and 30 at V.P. Henry Auditorium, 210 Lindsey Wilson Street, Columbia, KY. For ticket information - including group specials - contact Robert Brock at brockr@lindsey.edu or 270-590-4803.


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Court Mace and Caitlin Corder in Last Train to Nibroc



2017-06-28 - V.P. Henry Audiorium, 210 Lindsey Wilson Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Venus Popplewell, LWC Director of Public Relations.
Two more showings of Last Train to Nibroc, which is a part of LWC Theatre's "TheatreFest!", are happening this week, at 7pmCT, Thursday and Friday, June 29 & 30, 2017 in VP Henry Auditorium, 210 Lindsey Wilson Street, Columbia, KY. This romantic comedy, written by Arlene Hutton, tells the story of Raleigh and May. The two young Kentuckians meet in 1940 on a train carrying the bodies of Nathanael West and F. Scott Fitzgerald. Raleigh, the man, is inspired to leave Kentucky to seek a literary career in New York. May, on the other hand, wants to return home to maintain her life of diversion. Native Kentuckians, Court Mace and Caitlin Corder, above bring this production to life as Raleigh and May. - VENUS POPPLEWELL, LWC Director of Public Relations

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