The play, "Sorted Lives" by Del Shores, was directed by C. Dale Kelley. I have to say, the small venue, a lot of props, and a large cast, played out very well. As advertised, Sorted Lives is a black comedy about white trash! It is very comical, adult, and I felt every character in the play had a part drawing you in.
The set was cool. Though you don't see it, unless you went to the play, the set multi-function and was rearranged every chapter. It was cool to watch everything transform in front of you like that. And I mean in front of you, because of the small venue. Very cool!
I greatly enjoyed the contrast spotlighting the character Bitsy Mae Harling, played by Pattie Shaffner, at the beginning of each chapter. And the character Ty Williamson, played by Niko Elliott, who to me was the most powerful given the directing, acting, and lighting. And I cannot forget the character Sissy Hickey played by Andrianne Bacavis. That was so powerful I do not want to smoke a cigarette ever! (Dang, keep those rubber bands away from me! You need to go see the play . . .)
I liked the entire play. My hat is off to all who took part in its presentation! The next two photos are of the cast at the end of the play.