GREENSBURG – “A lot of people ask us how we do what we do,” The American Cancer Society Relay for Life is seeking volunteers in Dearborn and The upcoming Tree County Players season was announced at the Aug. 4 annual meeting, says Vice President Cathy Lincourt.

“We hope you can be involved in either participating in one of the shows or being a part of our audience.” A staged reading of “Frankenstein” is set for Saturday, Sept 22.

TCP is partnering with Greensburg Public Library to promote the Indiana Humanities One State/One Story: Frankenstein Program in celebration of the novel’s 200th anniversary. Director Lori Durbin has put a call out to anyone who would like to participate in the show and a Sept.

21 rehearsal. She reports, “I am looking for 13-15 people (mostly men) to participate in the staged read.

This read will be held at the Main Street Playhouse, 634 W. Main St., Greensburg, and will be free to the public. I am hoping that this will not only draw attention to the novel, but also to the new playhouse. Read more from batesvilleheraldtribune.com…

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