Cambria Center for the Arts Theatre presents its first Readers Theatre production of the season March 24-26. Kodachrome, written by Adam Szymkowicz, is the story of a small town told through the lens of a local photographer, giving glimpses into her neighbors’ lives to catch romance in all its stages.
“Her camera and her stories capture moments in the lives of the town’s denizens,” according to Broadway World. That includes a hardware store owner who hasn’t healed from the death of his wife; a lonely but unfailingly optimistic florist; a young woman who has no idea what she really wants; and a waitress whose daily routine has been exactly the same for the past 20 years. All in all, it’s a play about love, nostalgia, the seasons, and how to learn to say goodbye.
The staged reading is directed by Katy Dore, an accomplished actress/writer/film director and producer.