This version of “Julius Caesar” is set in a future, post-apocalyptic Rome, and the roles were cast without regard to age, race or gender. While the lead characters of Caesar and Cassius are played by men, Brutus and Antony are played by women.
Back in November, while working on a production of “Annie” for CAST community theater, Jacksonville State University drama professor Carrie Co…
“Julius Caesar” is a production of the Shakespeare Project, a Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce Foundation initiative in collaboration with JSU and local arts groups. The project aims to “bring back the Bard” to Anniston, the birthplace of the Alabama Shakespeare Festival.
One day last month the Public Library of Anniston-Calhoun County called and asked if they could lock me in a room.
For Covenant Presbyterian's "Bible-a-thon," volunteers will read the Bible, cover to cover, nonstop. They figure it will take 72 hours.
For 36 years and counting, Linda Levens has been driving the bookmobile for the Public Library of Anniston-Calhoun County, making her way on b…