Valley Playhouse is pleased to announce that an exhibit of local artists on “Life and Death” will accompany our production of Three Viewings at Court Square Theater this March 8-18, 2012. The featured artists include Rhoda Miller, Jason Anderson, Paul Somers, and Erin Kling.
Paul happily lives in Harrisonburg, Virginia, where he takes photos and movies, curates art shows and the Super Gr8 Film Festival with Tim Estep, bartends, writes poetry, works on his house, skateboards and raises his two children. Paul credits his father’s photographic talents and skateboarding for his lifelong love of capturing images.
“While enrolled at James Madison University, I was fortunate to discover and explore various mediums of photography and the differing processes involved in each. My work as a wedding and portrait photographer has placed me in the modern, digital realm of photography, but my fine art centers on the more antiquated and nostalgic mediums of tintypes. Tintypes (or Ferrotypes) are part of the first photographic process ever used around the late 1800′s. For the theme of the show, life and death, tintypes encompass the look of past lives with modern portraits. You can see more of my work and get
in touch with me about portrait sessions at www.erinklingphotography.com”
Three Viewings will be performed Thursday – Saturday, March 8-10 and 15 -17 at 8 pm , and Sundays March 11 and 18 at 3 pm at Court Square Theater. Tickets are $12 at the door, $10 for seniors and groups of 10 or more. Thursday, March 15 is “Pay What You Can” night. For reservations, please click here.
Pre-show music will be preformed live by The Shakes for the half hour preceding the performance Thursdays – Saturdays.