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Monday, July 05, 2010


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The final scene looks really dramatic. The darks are very intensive :-).


Yes, I agree with Ernest, everyone in America should experience 4th of July events in DC. Due to extreme heat, we didn't go down this year. We opted for dinner at home with friends here from California and watched in comfort on TV.
(Friends had never even watched on TV. I will say, everyone was emotional. I had chill bumps many times. Each year, it seems to get better and better. The music was absolutely the best ever.
We wonder how long it will be before we lose the freedom to celebrate our precious freedoms.


Looks like a lot of fun! And informative. Which is helpful. It seems most of our folks have very little knowledge of how this country came to be, the people involved and our founding documents.


I love the set and costumes. Bet it was a good show.

Jane Mitchell

As quoted in the NEWS AND RECORD, " it was a historic play on a historic day in a historic place." I also heard that Greensboro was listed among the top 10 most patriotic cities. It certainly felt that way with the parade on Saturday and the play followed by a rousing concert and fireworks on Sunday night at Grimsley HS Stadium.


Wonderful photo especially with the silhouette.
Melbourne Daily Photo

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