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Staging the prequel to The Little Foxes at the Hunt-Morgan House, right across the park from the Bodley Bullock was a no-brainer.  Audiences experienced the illicit thrill of eavesdropping, of literally being a fly on the wall to witness the events that turned three little foxes into truly appalling adults.  Our site specific staging put them right in the room, so they didn’t miss a single back-stabbing moment.  Wine, hors d oeuvres and violins on the lawn set the tone for the evening, which ended with champagne and dessert.

Cast:  Roger Leasor, Samantha Doane-Bates, Bob Singleton, Tara Adkins, Tim Hull, Ashley Smith, Chris Rose, Allie Darden, Terry Withers, Brenda Crutcher and Lief Ericson Rigney.

Director: Ave Lawyer.

REVIEW

Powerful, well-cast ‘Forest’ is tour de force for new troupe

By Candace Chaney Contributing Theater Critic

On the heels of its successful debut production, of The Little Foxes by Lillian Hellman, newborn theater troupe On the Verge returns with Hellman’s prequel, the powerful, well-done and exquisitely cast Reconstruction drama Another Part of the Forest.

…Thematically sophisticated and elegantly wrought, Another Part of the Forest matches the grandeur of its period-appropriate setting, the Hunt-Morgan House in downtown Lexington. Like the earlier production of The Little Foxes at the nearby Bodley-Bullock House, this show works in symbiosis with its space, including the small, limited audience who follow the play’s actions from room to room throughout the house. Read more: http://www.kentucky.com/2009/05/19/800959/review-powerful-well-cast-forest.html#ixzz0tfyerJli

Photos courtesy Rich Copley and the Lexington Herald-Leader

Enduring thanks to The Blue Grass Trust, Central Christian Church, Donna Potter Catering, Dupree Catering, DaRe and Friends, Holly Hill Inn, Bleu Ribbon Catering, South Van Events, Geno’s Formal Affair, Lexington Junior League Sustainers, Hinkle Studio,

Lee Thomas Photography and APS Communications

A portion of the proceeds of this production, hosted by The Blue Grass Trust was donated to the upkeep of the Hunt-Morgan House.