Submit Your Vintage Theatre Photographs for New Column, ‘Theatre Scrapbook’

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Minnie Fay, Barnaby, Irene Molloy, and Cornelius Hackl (Alena Wright, Mark Beachy, Helen Sigur, and David Leisure) “Hello Dolly” – Timonium Dinner Theatre, MD, Aug. 24-Nov. 10, 1996.

As any actor can tell you, while you are in a play the cast is like your family.  And after the run of the show is over, the people that were in the production with you will remain special to you forever.

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It is thanks to pictures that we are able to remember some of the fond memories from our shows of years gone by.

In a new column called ‘Theatre Scrapbook,’ I am giving everyone the opportunity to submit your vintage theatre photographs and maybe even share a story about it.

The photos can either be personal photographs from rehearsals or shows or professional production shots so long as permission has been granted.  The photos should be at least 10 years old.

To submit a photo and story, please email us at info [at] mdtheatreguide.com and put “Theatre Scrapbook” in the subject line.

 

About Mark Beachy

Mark Beachy is the publisher and video producer of the MD Theatre Guide and the NY Theatre Guide.

In 1997 he wrote the play, music, and lyrics in a musical called, “’Bout Baltimore.” This musical won the WMAR TV Channel 2 and Pumpkin Theatre Baltimore Bicentennial Playwriting contest and was produced as a 1-hour television special.

He has directed over 40 productions, including shows for Pumpkin Theatre, Timonium Dinner Theatre, Howard County Center for the Arts, and the Baltimore Children's Theatre where he was the founder and producer for 7 years.

Before starting the MTG in March of 2010, Mark was the performing arts reporter for the Baltimore Examiner.

As a professional actor he has appeared on TV nationally, including on Discovery Health as "Jerry Baldwin" on I Was Dead, “Officer Nunham” on America’s Most Wanted’s Top Cops 2009 and “Alexander T. Crane” in a Japanese TV documentary about Edgar Allan Poe.