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Caleb White plans to shoot film at Mt. Carmel

2008-02-04 - Downtown Columbia, KY - Photo By Ed Waggener.
CALEB WHITE has been in Columbia over past weekend, recruiting a cast for a 40-45 minute film he plans to make in Adair County. The film, called "The Boatman," is roughly based on the Greek myth about the River Styx. The production will take place at the Mt. Carmel Boat Ramp in Adair County. The 30-45 minute work is part of White's graduate studies in Theatre Arts at the University of Louisville. It will be shown at Playhouse Theatre on the Belknap Campus of UL on April 25 and 26. It will likely also be shown at the Columbian Theater. Caleb is a a graduate of Adair County High School and is the son of Doug and Debbie White of Cane Valley.

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