Frank Travis and Charlotte Fulton have written a new play called ARISE AND BUILD. It's based on Fulton's book, HOLDING THE FORT, about the history of the Trinity School in Athens, Alabama. The play will be presented this weekend at McCandless Hall on the Athens State University campus. Beth Norwood talked to Frank about this new work, and here is their conversation.
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