come from Many Backgrounds
The youngest member of the production crew presently working on Romantic Comedy, Robinson has ten Licklog productions to his credit as a skillful lighting technician. Trained in networking and computer repair at North Georgia Technical College, he is a subcontractor for Kenneco Computers in Young Harris during the day. At night he makes the lights shine on many entertaining performances by the popular Licklog Players.
He's usually found perched high atop a 10-foot ladder adjusting stage lights during rehearsals and operating switches in the Lighting Booth during productions. But like many other volunteers, he's been bitten by the acting bug and gave an impressive performance as the Prosecutor in Witness for the Prosecution. In order to concentrate on his role in Witness, he turned the Lighting Booth over to his 18-year old sister, carefully guiding her with step-by-step directions as to what to do and when.
"It was the most challenging show for me," he said, "but it turned out all right. She did a good job with the lights and, as for me, being up on the stage was exhilarating."
Another important member of the Romantic Comedy production team is newcomer, Tim Frazer, an enterprising gentleman with a background in avionics, sculpture and theatre. Frazier will share the stage manager responsibilities with Kay Thomas who, like Robinson, works both on and off stage. In addition to arranging sets and coaching performers, she's appeared in a number of productions herself. Fans will remember her as one of the nosy neighbors in Bad Year for Tomatoes and as Mrs. Chumley in Harvey.
The stage will soon be set, the house
lights will dim and the curtain will rise on this light-hearted comedy.
Make plans now to enjoy another fine performance by the Licklog Players.