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Baldwin Players Announce Cast for ‘Little Foxes’

February 21, 2017

Cast members have been selected for “Little Foxes,” the Baldwin Players’ upcoming spring production at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College.

Dr. Brian Ray, director for the theatre troupe, said “Little Foxes” will be staged at the Peanut Museum at the Georgia Museum of Agriculture at 7 p.m. on March 9-11. Admission is free to ABAC faculty, staff and students. The ticket cost is $10 per person for the general public. Ray said this production contains some strong language and may not be suitable for all ages.

This drama is about a wealthy, powerful family in southern Alabama in 1900. In a male-dominated society and culture of the time, a strong and determined woman, Regina Giddens, works to assert herself into the world of business along with her brothers, Oscar and Benjamin Hubbard. The somewhat troubled family dynamics are drenched in issues of gender, money, power, love, and hatred.

Cast members for this production include Angela Ramos as Regina Giddens, Austin Clements as Oscar Hubbard, Chandler Kuck as Benjamin Hubbard, Devun Pitts as Leo Hubbard, Caroline Kirkland as Birdie Hubbard, Dylan Bennett as Horace Giddens, Mary Faith Jones as Angela Giddens, Ty Gore as William Marshall, Martin Silva as Cal, and Maya Cody as Addie.

Ramos is a music major from Santa Marta, Colombia; Clements is a core curriculum major from Nashville; Kuck is a rural studies major from Sylvester; Pitts is a biology major from Tifton; Kirkland is a biology major from Tifton; Bennett is a theatre major from Sylvester; Jones is an agriculture major from Jesup; Gore is a business and economic development major from Tifton; Silva is a diversified agriculture major from Danielsville; and Cody is a natural resource management major from Riverdale.

For more information on “Little Foxes,” interested persons can contact Ray at (229) 391-4969 or via e-mail at bray@abac.edu.
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