Greenbelt in 2012

A photo blog about Greenbelt, Maryland in its 75th anniversary year

More Photos from Hometown Heroes

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June 2

In early June I posted some photos from Alight Dance Theater’s Hometown Heroes dance performance at Greenbelt Museum. Those photos were taken at a dress rehearsal on June 2, the day before the show premiered. Tomorrow, on July 22, the dancers will perform their last few shows, so I thought I would post a few more photos, all from June 2.

Kelly McCarty applies lipstick before the performance.

Michelle Cardoso wipes windows at the garden side of the Greenbelt Museum house.

Angella Foster

The magazine is The Saturday Evening Post from May 21, 1938.

The book is Sealtest Kitchen Recipes: World’s Fair Edition from 1939.

Valerie Branch

Kelly McCarty is the tour guide today.

Melissa Brady

Melissa Brady uses a copy of the present day Greenbelt News Review to scoop up dust. The paper was named The Cooperator in the early days of Greenbelt.

Between two sets, Angella Foster and Monica Warren put away utensils for the next dancer.

Monica Warren

Monica Warren inspects a viburnum bush.

Valerie Branch and Michelle Cardoso walk on a pedestrian path by one of Greenbelt’s famous underpasses.

Three audience members are invited to attend this last rehearsal of the day.

First Edition, Official Guide Book, New York World’s Fair, The World of Tomorrow, 1939
May 1938, Better Homes & Gardens
May 21, 1938, The Saturday Evening Post

Molly Lester, Henry Haslinger, Angella Foster, Jean Snyder, and Kelly McCarty chat in front of the Greenbelt Museum garage after the show.

More information about the last performances on July 22 is available at Greenbelt Museum’s website.

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Written by eric

July 21, 2012 at 8:00 am

Posted in Anniversary, Art, Neighborhood

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  1. hi, we are family of Kelly McCarty – one of the dancers – can we get copies of the photos she is in-or get them on a disc? Thank you, Leslie McLaughlin

    Leslie

    July 21, 2012 at 11:44 am


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