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Editor, On behalf of Love-It Productions, I want to thank Liberty County and the surrounding communities for their support of our recent production, “Tell Them So They Will Know.”
We were honored to have an enthusiastic audience of approximately 300 people. The reviews ranged from “this is your best performance ever,” “the show was fantastic” to “I didn’t know Liberty County had so much history and talent.” In addition, we are constantly being asked, “When are you doing it again?” This production was just a snippet of the stories waiting to be told. As a direct result of the success of this black history production, two performances are on our calendar for March 2010.  
The following sponsors are greatly appreciated for their support: Full Gospel Tabernacle Church of God In Christ, Hinesville Area Arts Council, The Heritage Bank, Dr. Simmons Family Dentistry, GeoVista Credit Union, AWashington&Co., Jones, Osteen and Jones, TOP Christian Book Store and WGML AM 99.
Special thanks to a superb cast, crew, management team, Lisa Jackson-Cheney and the Baconton Baptist Church Choir, the Dream Choir, Pastor A.D. Shaw and the Full Gospel Church Family. While every cast member delivered an awesome performance, I’d like to make special mention of cast member Hillary (Chloe) Scales. Following a recent thespian conference, Hillary performed one of my monologues and another and received 12 call backs from colleges including SCAD, The New York Film Academy, American Musical and Dramatic Academy and the New York Conservatory.  The New York Film Academy offered her a summer workshop scholarship. The AMDA representative inquired about the origin of the monologue I wrote and said, “I’ll have to look him up.”  
To have Hillary perform my work alone is humbling. To have someone from Liberty County High School and Love-It Productions receive such a positive response is a true testament of our local talent. Hillary was invited to audition in Atlanta for the AMDA. Break a leg, Hillary! She is bound to make us all Liberty-County proud.
Love-It Productions will present a Mother’s Day production, “You Don’t Know Me until You Need Me” at 4 p.m. May 10, at Full Gospel Church. This original screen play will highlight the life of an arrogant young lady who is busy living the life. She quickly finds out the wisdom and advice of a strong mother is the only thing that can rescue her when she hits rock bottom. Tentatively, we are planning a dinner and a play for a unique Mother’s Day celebration. We will close out the year Aug. 14-16 with the presentation of “Mama Turn the Radio On II: It Ain’t Easy.”
Thanks to everyone for their attendance, support and gracious reviews. It is our goal to present the best in dramatic arts, the best in local talent and to offer it as often as we can at an affordable cost.

Donald Lovette
Love-It-Productions, Inc.
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