Lacy Wallace, John Downs, Grace Mitchell and Stephanie Newberg rehearsed Two Loves and a River: Reflections Concerning Mr. Paul Sawyier, Kentucky artist, and his friend Miss Mayme Bull. The play, by Frankfort resident Don Coffey, is a fundraiser for the Capital City Museum, which is dedicated to "telling the big story of Kentucky's small-town capital city."
Lacy Wallace, John Downs, Grace Mitchell and Stephanie Newberg rehearsed Two Loves and a River: Reflections Concerning Mr. Paul Sawyier, Kentucky artist, and his friend Miss Mayme Bull. The play, by Frankfort resident Don Coffey, is a fundraiser for the Capital City Museum, which is dedicated to "telling the big story of Kentucky's small-town capital city." Herald-Leader
Lacy Wallace, John Downs, Grace Mitchell and Stephanie Newberg rehearsed Two Loves and a River: Reflections Concerning Mr. Paul Sawyier, Kentucky artist, and his friend Miss Mayme Bull. The play, by Frankfort resident Don Coffey, is a fundraiser for the Capital City Museum, which is dedicated to "telling the big story of Kentucky's small-town capital city." Herald-Leader

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