“Paint the Town,” an award-winning Ten-Minute Play by Kansas University English department playwright Emily Laut, center, was presented at a concert reading June 24 at the Raven Bookstore. Laut is with local actors, from left, Tom Medved and Nick Medved.
“Emilia’s Lover,” an award-winning Ten-Minute Play by Kansas University English department playwright Feloniz Lovato-Winston, back row center, was presented at a June 24 concert reading at the Raven Bookstore. With the playwright are the actors in the play, clockwise from front, Benjamin Smith, Samantha Raines and Elle Patton.
Representing the Community Filmmakers Panel at the Lawrence Arts Center’s Film Intensive event, held June 4-5, from left, are Peter Jasso, executive director, Kansas Film Commission; Marlo Angell, screenwriter and director; Tom Carmody, screenwriter and producer; Matt Jacobson, Kansas University film professor and cinematographer; Kevin Willmott, KU film professor and director; Greg Hurd, Free State Studios producer; and Jeff Tamblyn, documentary filmmaker. Works by the panelists include “Mariachi Estrella” (Angell), “The Only Good Indian” (Carmody, Jacobson, Willmott and Hurd) and “Kansas Vs Darwin” (Tamblyn).
Television writer, producer and director Joel Feigenbaum, second left, teaches a group of students about screenwriting at the Lawrence Arts Center’s Film Intensive on June 4-5. The event was a gathering of local filmmakers and film students. In addition to workshops, the event featured screenings of Kevin Willmott and Tom Carmody’s “The Only Good Indian” and Marlo Angell and Peter Jasso’s documentary “Mariachi Estrella.”
Attending the Lawrence Arts Center’s Film Intensive event held June 4-5, from left, are Ric Averill, LAC drama and film program director; Tom Carmody, screenwriter and producer; Peter Jasso, Kansas Film Commission executive director; and Susan Tate, LAC executive director.
Members of Lawrence River City and Topeka Emerald City Cosmopolitan clubs assisted with the 15th annual KU Credit Union Cosmopolitan Diabetes Golf Classic on May 28 at the Alvamar Public Golf Course. Back row, from left, are Cindy Harmon, Mike Klopfenstein, Melissa Harmon, Susie Bartlett, Jack Hohman, Bernice Fienen, Gaylene Beatty and Kathy Hanna; front row, Kristina Sandidge, Erin Harmon, Pat Hohman and Kelly McReynolds.
Ken Clouse, left, Mike Hertling, Kenny Click and Jugal Patel participated in the 15th annual Cosmopolitan Diabetes Golf Classic held May 28, 2010, at the Alvamar Public Golf Course.
Representing Black Hills Energy at the 15th annual KU Credit Union Cosmopolitan Diabetes Golf Classic, from left, are Mark Mills, Charlie Hawkins, Chuck Hoag and Wes Ashton. The golf tournament was May 28 at the Alvamar Public Golf Course. Black Hills Energy was a major sponsor of the event, which raised money for the diabetes care program at Health Care Access Clinic.
Members of Boy Scout Troop 64 of Eudora spent June 20-26 at Camp Naish, near Bonner Springs, working on merit badges, swimming and enjoying the outdoors. From left are Jerry Criqui, Connor Bradley, Damon Bradley, Patrick Bradley, Nathan Bradley and Simon Elwell. Other members attending, but not pictured, were Glenn Jackson, Dakota Coble, Andrew Rome and Nathan Gentleman.