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GSC Theatre presents ‘Brilliant Traces’

The Gordon State College Theatre will close its season with “Brilliant Traces,” a play by Cindy Lou Johnson. Brilliant Traces is a unique presentation involving dialogue between only two characters, the scene is set in a remote cabin in Alaska where two strangers end up snowed in. Directed by Rhonda Wooley, assistant professor of theatre, the play stars Gordon State students Travis Shipley and Emily Gatlin. Wooley says both actors have “solid, native talent.” Tony Pearson, set designer and associate professor of theatre, has transformed the stage into a life-like, rustic cabin that provides a realistic, intimate appeal. Wooley was drawn to present this play because of its quick dialogue, yet intimate subject matter. ”It’s a good story, really well written, performed by very committed, talented actors,” says Wooley. Performances are each night at 7:30 April 17-20 and April 21at 2 pm. Doors open 30 minutes prior to the show. Tickets are adults, $7; seniors $6; students $5 and $4 each for groups of 10 or more.

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