Friends of Ludlow Auditorium
1 Whispering Pines • Ludlow, VT 05149
Tel (802) 228-7239 • email: email@example.com
[a 50l (c)(3) organization]
"Our purpose is to promote the use of the Ludlow Auditorium
for the benefit and entertainment of the people of Ludlow,
the surrounding Black River area, and its visitors"
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FOLA Features Gubernatorial Candidates Forum July 21
FOLA will sponsor a gubernatorial candidates forum on Thursday, July 21 at 7 PM at the Ludlow Town Hall Auditorium. All candidates for Governor who are running in contested party elections have been invited to participate. Candidates who are running unopposed for their party's nomination will be invited to participate in a general election candidates forum planned for October 20 in the auditorium.
The forum will consist of questions directed at the candidates by the moderator, Ralph Pace, followed by questions from the audience. Candidates will be given equal time to answer the questions based on time constraints monitored by the timer.
Questions will deal with regional and statewide issues. For further information, call (802) 228-7239 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks to Your Support, FOLA Upgrades the Audio/Visual Systems in the Auditorium
As a result of the recent fund-raising drive, FOLA has been able to vastly improve the audio/visual systems in the Town Hall Auditorium and centralize all equipment management in a single location.
With the aid of Boston Soundworks, headed by Paul Terrazi, a new and considerably enhanced audio mixer was installed in the balcony location along with an audio equalizer. This provides centralized control of both the audio and stage lighting in one location. At the same time, Ken Cook, our electrician, was able to extend the house lighting controls into the balcony so that the a/v operators in the balcony can manage the a/v demands while controlling the house lighting.
The newly-installed devices were put to immediate use for the recent FOLA Follies in which all 12 cast members used newly-purchased wireless headset microphones, also made possible by the recent fund-raising. The result was excellent audio that the SRO audience appreciated and the ability of the audio-perator to control microphone use, volume, and tone by individual performer.
All of this was made possible by the generous donations made to underwrite these improvements by you - FOLA gratefully thanks you!
"The Ghost and Mrs. Muir" Haunts Ludlow Movies July 9
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"The Ghost and Mrs. Muir" will be FOLA's next movie offerring on Saturday, July 9 at 7 PM in the Ludlow Town Hall Auditorium.
The Ghost and Mrs. Muir (1947) is a romantic fantasy film starring Gene Tierney and Rex Harrison. The director was Joseph L. Mankiewicz. It is based on a 1945 novel written by Josephine Leslie under the pseudonym of R. A. Dick.
In the early 1900s, young widow Lucy Muir (Gene Tierney) moves to the seaside English village of Whitecliff despite the fierce disapproval of her caterwauling mother-in-law and domineering sister-in-law. Despite its reputation of being haunted, she falls in love with and rents Gull Cottage, where she takes up residence with her young daughter Anna (Natalie Wood) and her maid Martha (Edna Best). On the first night, she is visited by the ghostly apparition of the former owner, a roguish but harmless sea captain named Daniel Gregg (Rex Harrison).
The Captain's ghost and Lucy develop a unique friendship that is highlighted when Lucy's in-laws tell her that the investments that support her have failed and she must return to live with them in London. The Captain decides that he'll dictate his life story to Lucy so that the resulting book will furnish her with sufficient income to retain Gull Cottage. The book becomes a best-seller and Lucy develops a relationship with another author played by George Sanders.
The movie follows Lucy's life at Gull Cottage with warmth, humor, and surprises. It is a tale that even the critics liked.
As with all FOLA movies, the film is free; donations are appreciated. Berksshire Bank will supply popcorn for the film while FOLA will offer water. For additional information, call (802) 228-7239 or visit FOLA's web site at www.fola.us.
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