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A hallowed week
It was about as complete a Halloween week as can be imagined, full of fall festivals, all wrapped up with weekend theatre and a ghost walk and finally Beggar’s Night on Sunday evening.
The Live from Apalach production by the Panhandle Players Friday evening, directed by Natalie Parsley, was a lot of fun, with appearances by cast members Steve Allen, Jeana Crozier, Graham Dewsbury, Judy Loftus, Mishelle McPherson, Kathy McKendree, Cole Nichols, Mark Parsley, Tim Phillips, Rob Pierce, Royce Rolstad, Megan Shiver, Liz Sisung and Renee Valentine.
The Forgotten Coast’s Dancing Witches opened the show, just as they did Saturday evening at the Ghost Walk, hosted by the Apalachicola Area Historical Society at Chestnut Cemetery.
The show brought to life nine characters who are interred in the cemetery, including Mary Fuller (Teresa Ann Martin), Victoria Cantanetti (Jan DeCosmo), Emanuel Smith (Rev. David Walker), James and Nellie Austin (Tom and Audie Pieper), Anna Fry (Cathy Franklin), J. Thompson Witherspoon (David Adlerstein), Maria Coombs (Claire McCluskey) and the Lovett Family (David Steadman)