EDGE-y photography exhibit at Revel
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Jul 26, 2012  |  Vote 0    0

EDGE-y photography exhibit at Revel

Stratford Gazette

Five local co-workers and friends have launched an exhibition of original photography at Revel Caffe, which runs until Aug. 27.

Andy Allen, Stephen Barber, Eldon Gammon, Tim Hanson, and Lance Hinds – all co-workers at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival – are 5 on the EDGE, a group of local friends who support each other’s love of photography.

This is their first exhibition.

Stephen Barber and Eldon Gammon may be known to Festival patrons: Barber is the head house manager for the Festival, and house manager of the Festival Theatre; while Gammon is the house manager of the Avon Theatre.

Both, are ready and willing to help patrons with anything pertaining to their experience “from the street to their seats” and back, again.

Andy Allen, Tim Hanson, and Lance Hinds are equally important to your theatre going experience.  Allen is a member of the Avon Theatre crew, and the sound operator for the musicals at the Avon; Hanson is the head of lighting at the Tom Patterson Theatre; while Hinds is head of sound for the Avon Theatre.

A few years ago they began to share their love of photography and to discuss ideas about techniques and composition.

The public is invited to check out the exhibition Sundays from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday and Tuesday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Wednesday to Saturday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

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