Chautauqua Radio Companion

Discussion in 'Music and Nightlife' started by Sojourner Truth, Feb 18, 2008.

  1. Kurt Lischka

    Kurt Lischka Admin Staff Member

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    It was a great show! The music was top notch, as good as you'll find anywhere on the planet. The acting and writing were excellent. John R did a masterful job on sound and lights. I demand repeat performances. :lol:
     
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    Wish I could've been there! Pics?? Video's?? Recordings???
     
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    John R was recording audio and I forgot to ask him if he was planning to broadcast on 30A Radio or make copies available.

    I called yesterday to get permission to take some pics but I didn't get a call back, but there was someone taking pics which will probably end up on their website.
     
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    JohnR IS the balcony man. thanks for the tour...

    spidey was in awe of the entire production.
     
  5. Alicia Leonard

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    The director had a photographer covering it. He's getting the film developed today. I'm sure some will be scanned in for the website as well as the newspaper, for next weeks issue.:wave:

    John R.........rocks the tech booth:clap:
     
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    John R - will the audio be available on the radio, or on cd? now that we've seen it, what funn it would be to listen to it on the radio, huh?:wave:
     
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    Film? You're kidding right?
     
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    Nope..........I was going to shoot digi last night but needed a flash on my little camera. He said he could shoot it without the flash, but uses film. Old school:cool:
     
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    It was a great show, hopefully the first of many! Kudos to all involved...

    A recording?! Would make a fantastic broadcast for 30A radio...

    I didn't realize there were so many sowallers there, I would've introduced myself! So strange, not knowing what anybody looks like, but feel like I "know" the folks on here... Maybe I need to get a sowal button or something :D
     
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    We need a secret handshake:wave:
     
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    :D Then you'd have crazy women like me running up to you and flashing their butt:yikes:
     
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    Well, you could say cat butt while you were flashing.
     
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    :blush::floor::floor::floor::floor:
     
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    It's not too late to experience the Chautauqua. There are porch parties all around the Lake today from 1:30 - 4:30. I've listed them below. It's a beautiful day to walk around the Lake and be a part of this special weekend.


    836 Circle Drive
    Dave's Music

    Teachers and students from the popular Dave's Music on Baldwin Avenue perform instrumentals and and vocal selections. Dave's Music is a music store that offers lessons for a variety of instruments.

    772 Circle Drive
    Painting Demonstration

    Local artist Helen "Skippy" Hoffman offers a painting demonstration and invites the audience to join her bringing life to canvas.

    702 Circle Drive
    Handmade Musical Instruments

    Billy Carroll demonstrates handmade guitars, mandolin, strumming sticks, and African thumb piano.

    650 Circle Drive
    Grit & Grace Road Show

    Walton County's official folk-life production springs from the histories of Walton County pioneers renowned for their perseverance, courage, faith, grit and tenacity. Grit and Grace celebrates in song our great shared legacy.

    620 Circle Drive
    The Making of Pottery

    Gayla Edwards demonstrates how to create a piece of pottery, from clay to finished form.

    550 Circle Drive
    Walton Middle School Girls Ensemble

    Cecile Lindegrin directs a talented group of young ladies in lovely vocal presentations.

    534 Circle Drive
    Early American Toys

    Local retired attorney, storyteller and actor Jim Moore brings to life cherished toys from bygone days. Learn the challenge of the famous gee-haw whimmy diddle, puzzles and other early American toys.

    404 Circle Drive
    Blues and Folk Music

    Chuck Puckett and daughter Ruthie are members of the folk rock band Bimini Road, as well as experienced stage actors. They will play and sing folk and blues songs.

    294 Circle Drive
    Muscogee Indian Demonstration

    Storyteller Margie Gatti, Director of the Cultural Program Committee of the Muscogee Nation of Florida, presents the Muscogee legend, "How the Stars Came to Be."

    CHOB
    Panama City Pipes and Drums

    A spectacular and stirring performance by this outstanding pipe and drum corps ends the afternoon. The group will follow their porch performance at the Hall of Brotherhood with a parade around the lake and into the First Methodist Sanctuary for the Assembly's closing ceremony.
     

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