Dolores Hydock: Alabama Bicentennial Program

Dolores Hydock: Alabama Bicentennial Program

Sep 19th 20197pm-9pmAlexander City

Audrey Sheppard walked away from the red clay fields of Pike County, Alabama and became half of one of the most famous couples in country music history when she married Hank Williams. Her life -- like her story -- is a controversial one. Are there really two sides to every story -- even hers? Can the two sides be opposite and still both be true? This new story lets you decide: Whose side are you on? Dolores Hydock is an actress and storyteller whose one-woman shows and stories bring to life an array of personal stories, medieval adventures, oral histories, and literary classics. She has collaborated with the Birmingham Museum of Art to blend stories with art, and her Christmas story special has been aired on NPR-affiliate WBHM in Birmingham. Her work has been featured at conferences, concerts and special events throughout the United States, including the National Storytelling Festival in Jonesborough, Tennessee, and her eleven CDs of original stories have all received awards from Storytelling World Magazine for excellence in storytelling. She lives in Birmingham.

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    Alexander City is located in the Lake Martin & Horseshoe Bend Area of the Central Alabama Region



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