It’s About Time!

Enjoy Georgia? Love to laugh? 

Even if you don’t, you’ll still find It’s About Time! hilarious. In this delightful play by Emory Jones, his hero, Ludlow Porch, has finally accomplished his lifelong dream of building an a...Full description

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Enjoy Georgia? Love to laugh? 

Even if you don’t, you’ll still find It’s About Time! hilarious. In this delightful play by Emory Jones, his hero, Ludlow Porch, has finally accomplished his lifelong dream of building an affordable time machine for the masses. 

Travel with Ludlow as he takes Emory on a wild ride through Georgia’s history. Watch as they land atop Stone Mountain in 1922. Witness the Great Locomotive Chase firsthand and catch up with the legendary Goat Man in Royston. And that’s just the beginning!

The pair finally lands in 1733 Savannah to watch General Oglethorpe found Georgia. And don’t be late to see this one. Because as Ludlow says, “Time waits for no man. It won’t hang around long for a woman, either.”

If your school or theatre wants to schedule a performance of It’s About Time!, click here. 

Cast of Characters

  1. Ludlow Porch: A middle-aged man
  2. Embo Jones: A middle-aged man
  3. Augustus Lukeman: A middle-aged male rock carver
  4. Helen Plane: A middle-aged woman
  5. Grandmother Meaders: A middle-aged woman
  6. Grandfather Meaders: A middle-aged man
  7. Child Emory Jones: A 6-year-old boy
  8. Child Bill Gates: A 5-year-old boy
  9. William Fuller: A middle-aged man and train conductor
  10. Waitress:  A middle-aged woman
  11. Angry Englishwoman: A middle-aged woman
  12. General James Oglethorpe: A middle-aged man
  13. Mrs. Emory Jones: A middle-aged woman
  14. Dolly Parton: A middle-aged female singer

Note: The play requires 7 actors. The roles of Augustus Lukeman, Grandfather Meaders, William Fuller and General James Oglethorpe are played by the same male actor.  The roles of Helen Plane, Grandmother Meaders, Waitress, Angry Englishwoman and Judy Jones are played by the same female actor. 

Reviews

Note: There are no reviews yet. The first performance of It’s About Time! is scheduled (COVID permitting) for August 2021 at The Sautee Nacoochee Cultural Center in Sautee, GA. Stay tuned for details. 

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