October 7, 2007
Wilson's Fall Play for 2007: John Wallace and The Vampire
Each year from 2000 through 2006 David A. Wilson wrote, directed, and produced a play performed in the Grantville Auditorium centered on the vampire story writer Barbara Nolan. This year's vampire play will be different -- it will focus on one of Georgia's greatest villain's -- Meriwether County political boss John Wallace, who became nationally notorious for Crossing the Line and committing the infamous Murder in Coweta County. Because of the great interest expected in this play, there will be performances for three nights, instead of just the usual Saturday night show. The venue will be the same as for the Barbara Nolan plays, except that it is now called The Sara O'Kelley Auditorium, named in honor of one of Grantville's longtime elementary school teachers -- in fact, Wilson was one of her students. The following information about the play and venue were taken from the website of the Grantville Playmakers, http://grantvillewriters.tripod.com, which is run by Colby Doler, who is the Director of the Wallace play.
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