Gee’s Bend quilters at Taproot Saturday

by | Feb 20, 2009

Three quilters from Gee’s Bend, AL, an African-American community internationally known for its quilts, visited Taproot Theatre for a post-play discussion Wednesday night.
 
(Photo by Liz Ragland.) Left to right: actor Geoffery Simmons, director Karen Lund, actress Faith Russell, actress Samantha Rund, quilter Revil Mosely, quilter Loretta Bennett, producing artistic director Scott Nolte and quilter Louisiana Bendolph.
The quilters will participate in another discussion after Saturday’s matinee. Ticketholders to any “Gee’s Bend” performance can attend on a space-available basis, but seating priority goes to ticketholders for those performances.
Taproot’s regional premiere of “Gee’s Bend” runs through Feb. 28. Click here for more info and tickets. You can see a little preview of “Gee’s Bend” on the Seattle Channel.

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