Why should a storytelling play about Parrish be called Red Rooster Tales? Once upon a time, there was a chicken rancher here in Parrish. People came to buy eggs from him, but they couldn't find a rooster anywhere around--just 3,000 chickens. Tired of hearing how lonely his chickens must be, the rancher decided . . . Click on STORY tab above for the rest of the story.
for our next show, Southern Hospitality, a rollicking comedy by the scriptwriters of The Golden Girls, will be at the Parrish Y on
Tues., Aug. 28 and Thurs., Aug. 30 from 6:30--8:30 PM, and again on Sat., Sept. 1 from 1--4 PM. For details, click on the AUDITIONS tab above.
Thanks to all who made our show,
"STORIES YOUR MAMA NEVER TOLD YOU,"
a standing-room only event at the
Rocky Bluff Library Storytelling Festival!
A special thanks goes to local blue-grass, country gospel band WHOSOEVER for playing with us!
Parrish PLAYWORKS uses the art of theaterto celebrate our local culture and history, create opportunities for self-expression, build bridges across any social or economic divide, spark the local economy, and to gather the people of Parrish together as theater participants and audience.