Amber Frangos’ upcoming musical, Mary: Her Story had the pleasure of being featured in an article in KY: Forward: Kentucky’s Online Newspaper this past month. The article, titled ”Kentucky by Heart: In these tumultuous times for our country, there is much good happening in Kentucky not getting the coverage they deserve is written by Steve Flairty and details all the exciting things happening in Kentucky. You can read the full article on KY: Forward’s website now at this link.
The article gives information about how audiences can find and keep up with Mary: Her Story online through social media. It also features a quote from playwright Amber Frangos stating that Mary is “a story of a mother and a son…the human relationship between Mary and Jesus.” It encourages theatre fans all around the state to look forward to the production coming to the Flashback Theater stage in May 2022.
Other stories from around the state mentioned in the article include Transylvania University’s Scott Whiddon’s ongoing music project, overwhelming support for the Red Cross in Woodford County, budding poet Marie Parsons in Clark County, The Asbury Equine program at Asbury University, Barry Hisel’s handyman ministry in Pendleton County, the Unity Committee in Winchester, email updates about ongoing in Stanford, and a bike and computer outreach in Henderson. It is clear that the news of Mary is in good company amongst many examples of warm-heartedness across Kentucky.
The Mary: Her Story team is grateful to KY: Forward for including the news of our exciting production in this special article. Mary: Her Story has ambitious plans of spreading the news of the upcoming musical project to the far reaches of the bluegrass state and beyond. Supporters of Mary’s journey should be sure to share the KY: Forward article with friends and family, as well as encouraging them to follow Mary: Her Story on social media to receive updates on the show’s development as well as trivia and fun facts about the life of Mary: mother of Jesus.