John Gray, celebrated playwright and composer, arrived in Picton as part of the Festival Players Playwrights Reading Series. Gray’s new version of his musical Amelia: The Girl Who Wants to Fly, plays in the 2010 season. To quote Sarah Phillips, Artistic Director, “Now that was a lovely evening. John Gray was a delight. Eric Peterson, the perfect driver/bodyguard/counterpoint.”
Also in attendance were Eliza-Jane Scott and Rick Zimmerman who are performing in Amelia.
In addition, there was a wine and cheese reception, courtesy of Fifth Town Cheese and Rosehall Run Winery.
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Some recent baby photos. Suzie Hegadorn and her beautiful 1-derful daughter, Payton! Happy birthday Payton!
Last Saturday, April 24th was the 6th annual Kids Cuts for Cancer, which took place at the Village Barber & Beauty Salon. There were 13 kids (and some grown-ups) that took part and donated their long hair to the Angel Hair for Kids. These ponytails are used to create wigs for children who have lost their own hair due to illness.
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This is merely a teaser to introduce the photos taken at the Regent Theatre last Thursday. We had various people dress up in period costume and photographed them throughout the theatre. Due to time and other constraints, most of these were shot with available light or with flash. Due to the phenomenal low light capabilities of the Canon 5d Mark II, we were able to get some glamourous and stunning photos of both the models and of the spectacular features of the Regent Theatre itself. These photos will be part of a fundraiser for the Regent Theatre’s Building Restoration fund. More photographs and information to follow shortly.
For fans of the television show HOUSE, or perhaps fans of the Canon 5d Mark II, such as myself, the season finale was shot entirely with a Canon 5d Mark II. I love this camera! more info here. This should be cool. It airs on May 17th
This month in the latest issue of Via Destinations, a Nation-wide publication, I have the lead photo for Michael Pinkus’ article on the Prince Edward Wine County. This magazine can be found on all trains and conveniently online:
Thanks to Taste the County, and Scout Design, for helping make this happen.