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IGreenbrier Valley Theatre : aves Road To Land Of Oz ! | By Carol Hall production. "When you're doing '~F0llowi("% on tile heels of tlae a children's show you have to ~t;~!Cstrip story of "Annie," the be n,ore safety conscious," Mr Feenbrier Barie added. Vallc~ Theatre (GVT) t produced another outstand- Mr Casey pointed out that bc- afternoorl of ml, tertainment cause the production was done thcir latest c nturc __ st od outdo()rs, lights were not rldren's theater, needed, but that color was used l~ood and fun were the orderto its fullest advantage. Nlr ter~dhe day at the opening show, Ca~,y is a sophon-~ore in Busi- ~theWizard of Oz " dramatized ness Management with a minor ,~/Adele Thane from the story in Theater, and Mr Barie is a jun- 9g~L. Frank Baum. ior majoring m Communications ~' Donations of canned food and Theater. r0dUcts were made by the chil- Ms Hall, of White Sulphur ren attending the play and Springs, is a free-lance writer , c collected bv the "Tin and an equestrienne. She is an a Odsrnan,,, a cht~racter from active member of the Green- show. The "goodies" col- brier Valley Theatre, a local _.~cted will be given to the local amateur company. e,T0d Pantry bv GVT when tile lay closes in August. Greenbrier .B.PW .JClose to 200 children of all Holds Meeting a~e4~es clapped screamed and fmered as Dorothy and Tote The July 24 meeting of the Prized tade their way through peril- Greenbrier Business and Profes- ves~s forests ai~d enc(mnteredsi(mal Women's club was huld at [ary monsters, trying to gut the home of Novella (;reen..,k Kikt, ko Shepherd is an artist has taught Sumi-e at CarnegieEurope and the Uni,ted States. of many talents. Born in Nagano f tall il~ Lewisburg for the past tier biographv appears ,in the tack to Kansas. ~ covered dish dinner ,','as served, l~refect~we, }apan she gained an two ,,cars. 1989 edition oi Marquis ' Who's 0t~ACCording to Box Office Man- Eighteen members were pres- et Laura Jane Walls: "We ent. Geraldine Moslev became a early appreciation of the artsShe returned to Washington, Who In American Women." UUght we,d have a large num- member, being installed by from an older brother, a re-D.C. in 1971 where she had ac- She moved to Lewisburg p rofchildren and a few adults, membership chairman Collcn nowned lapanese watercolorist .cuss to the works of world fa- from Washington in 1988 and "ll 0Ste' P;' Jtlt SUrprise, surprise, we had Howard. and kimono artist. She clicl not mous artists in the museums has her studio on Davis-Stuart [' ' qual numbers of each "The Emblem Ceremony was take up the brush to paint right and galleries of that city and in Road. [Artistic Director Wayne Bow- performed by: J ckie 8rac'kman away though. Instead she con- 1985, began a career as a profes- an noted the new, vrolect was (left) Geraldine Moslev, Loie centrated on traditional Japanese sional artist. "SAM" FIXTEFI L~de'ved "exceptim;allv well" McDerrnott, Colleen Howard flower arranging and earned aHer watercolors, acrylics and~ Certified Massage [" that it was a "noble exveri- Ethel Dixon, Sally Scaggs, Pearl professor's degree and her art oils are in exquisite detail and ~ Therapist 'Ilt" : " p, ame "Kvugetsu" from the Ike-are reminiscent of hL'r flower at- ~ ~ J Specializing In .,~k.~' that wdl "play to hugeCarter, and "finn Grahani. ~t hobo School of l:h)wer /',rrang- ranging background, tter lira- ~ ~:!}~ Relcavation ~ U.Wds"eventually. The goddess Nike, is the ing. She has tat, ght and lectured ited edition prints and originals Puin Relief ~t,7he play, was "rough at first, woman's figure on the emblem. ,,~ Smoothed out " said Amv She is the "Winged Victory" of ()t~ that subject m both the Orient are in private collections across ~~Slress Management lU'~sn (Dorothy)of Lewis-Samothrace. She exemplifies andtlwUnitedStat~, the country. Her subject rnatter ~, AttheoflicedOr. Wi,liamLemlev ~,~ 203 1/2 E Washin Ion St Lewisbum ~.~ f~.~' Other cast members pride without vanity, poise After gaining hLr American is largely nature the West Vir- & - x-, citizenship, the artist returned'te~ ginia state flov,,er, rhododen- ~ By Appoinhnent - 645-1174 ~r.~dl d with. this oDi/'dOrlr. Co~- without conceit, self-assurance the Orient where she studied dron, being one of her favorite ,~ A f0)dablecare in a p 0fessi0nal.~ .... IrhdaY Lmness, Lisa Varga of without aggressiveness, mod- ~'.rleston, said during rehears- esty without prudishness, gener- Surni-e painting (]apanest ink subjects. ~ sensmveenv,r0nm~nt, k~ ~cRWasso hot, "1 didn't know ositv without improvidence, and brush painting), lacquer ware Kikuko has traveled exten- faith without intolerance, design and wood carving. She sively throughout tile Orient, I ff W f~h~ Ould be worth it." But ~l~thn Seeing the faces of chil- r~i , it made all the work I,~ rthwhile. @ .._.. . "They really be- t) V~d ,, . . , .. ai~d.., she stud I ve done lots i~, ~tferent tVDOS of theater, but seeing "those kids faces, I ![i,~k 1 want to do more ca" UOren's theater Lara ' ~(~0-' S~ m m s, th e T i n ~ad USWornan agreed. "1 had .)~ Warnings about doing atJ~fildren,s theater I was told "olley .._ ,'.'ere so unpredictable." 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