At-A-Site Theater Celebrating the Birthdays of Dead Writers - Margaret Mitchell, November 8, 2014 @ The Crow & Quill


At-A-Site Theater's  


(We live again when the words we wrote are read out loud to you, the listener)

Celebrates the birthday of

Margaret Mitchell (1900-1949)

November 8, 2014


Location:   The Crow & Quill  106 N. Lexington Avenue  Asheville NC  MAP LINK

Time:   10:30pm - MIDNIGHT

Patrons are invited to chose from selections from this Southern novelist whose novel Gone With the Wind, continues to stand as the classic pageturner about the Civil War, and Scarlett O'Hara and Rhett Butler arguably the two most popular and unforgettable Southern fictional characters.

Donations will be gratefully accepted.


 The premier of the film "Gone With the Wind" Atlanta GA 1939

"He was a dashing figure and one that people turned to look at. He spent money freely, rode a wild black stallion, and wore clothes which were always the height of style and tailoring. The latter in itself was enough to attract attention to him, for the uniforms of the soldiers were dingy and worn now and the civilians, even when turned out in their best, showed skillful patching and darning. Scarlett thought she had never seen such elegant pants as he wore, fawn colored, shepherd's plaid, and checked. As for his waistcoats, they were indescribably handsome, especially the white watered-silk one with tiny rosebuds embroidered on it. And he wore these garments with a still more elegant air as though unaware of their glory."

from "Gone With the Wind"

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