Like Our Town, Kodachrome has a narrator, in this case a photographer, that introduces us to the residents of the town, in this case called Colchester. Played by Rachel Bentley with a Kellie Martin-esque likeability, the photographer shows us characters referred to as the librarian, the gravedigger, the hardware store owner, the waitress, with everyone else in the ensemble playing multiple characters (Jackson Whitman, Ross Harris, Emma Steincross, Joe Johnson, Allison Hawley, and Regan Carter). The varied and interwoven love stories range from hopeful to unrequited to grief-stricken, and the photographer's relationship to these people gradually comes to life throughout the play, until the wistful ending.
|here's the story... the cast of Kodachrome|
Unfortunately I'm coming to this one late, and there is only one performance remaining, tonight at 7:30. Click here for more info, and keep your eye out for more from Locally Grown, especially if you live in the Cottage Grove area.