PHOTO GALLERY: Piece of Eden

At home of Thomas Savage: David Head, Forrest Flynn, Wayne Creed, Mike Strub

Click “Read more” to see more photos of Piece of Eden, playing through Sunday at the Palace Theatre. All photos are by Ted Warner.

Payton DeMarino and Fran Roper, party guests at Arlington Mansion, 1676

Amy Watkins at Arlington Mansion country dance

Eastville Courthouse, 1776: David Kabler, Mike Strub, Victor Abrahamian

John Parker, narrator

At home of Thomas Savage: Joey Creed, George Holmes, Jada Crockett

Craddock Marsh bogey (played by Amy Watkins)

Signing of the Declaration of Independence, Eastville



3 Responses to “PHOTO GALLERY: Piece of Eden

  1. Cheryl DeVol-Glowinski on November 17th, 2012 8:46 am

    Wish I could be there to see the play!! It looks fabulous!! We own a little piece of property at 622 Jefferson. We hope to build a house on it in the next five years. We have vacationed in Cape Charles and simply fell in love with the people and the beauty and history of this beautiful Piece of Eden. Well done!!! Sincerely, Cheryl

  2. Julie O'Donnell on November 21st, 2012 10:28 am

    Break a Leg!

    “Piece of Eden” was so enjoyable and informative — the cast was amazing and my hat’s off to Clelia and her crew who created such an outstanding production from stage to costume to talented actors and actresses while retracing a part of our history on Virginia’s Eastern Shore!

    I was moved and pleased to have learned just another tidbit of how it all came about.

    Thank you,
    Julie O’Donnell

  3. Etta Robins on November 21st, 2012 9:39 pm

    I am the fourth-grade Virginia Studies teacher at Kiptopeke Elementary. On Tuesday, November 20, 47 of my fourth-grade students and I attended the Arts Enter production of “Piece of Eden.” My students, my fellow fourth-grade teachers, and I loved this production. It tied in perfectly with our recent field trip to Jamestown, and my students made excellent connections to the history they had recently been learning. One of the highlights was that my ancestor, George Yeardley, was featured as he gave Thomas Savage permission to settle the Eastern Shore.

    Congratulations to Clelia Shepard and the actors, musicians, and staff at Arts Enter for a wonderful production that explained the settling of this “Piece of Eden.”