My name is Linda Chion Kenney and as founder, editor, and producer of My Paper Now I am proud to present, below, this special presentation produced in conjunction with Our Town Histories. This presentation is the fourth in a series entitled, "Something Is Eternal," which borrows its name from the Pulitzer Prize-winning play, "Our Town," written by Thornton Wilder. In that play the narrator reminds us that "something is eternal, and it ain't names and it ain't earth, and it ain't even the stars . . . everybody knows in their bones that something is eternal and that something has to do with human beings." In these trying times we live in, as we work through the recessionary and depressionary realities of our day, it is the good that we can do for each other that will in great part define the success of our efforts both individually and collectively. It is the reality of community theater that your participation in a production yields fruits that you can taste long after the final curtain -- in the friends you make and the quality of time you spend with your families. Indeed, with the family you were born into and in the family you become, sometimes with total strangers, as you create for the community an escape, if you will, into a world that makes them think and feel or simply just laugh and forget their cares for a spell. Enjoy this special presentation with our thanks for a job well done (and feel free to adjust the speed and size of the images with the buttons below).
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