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Miss Plautine’s Social Whirl

by Plautine Pimpernel

Chris Hannon, Brenda Carradine, Dr. Min Zhang, Elizabeth Simpson and David Armstrong at the screening of “The Loss of a Teardrop Diamond” Saturday morning at Malco.

Miss Plautine was out and about over the weekend, making appearances at several of the events celebrating  Tennessee Williams’ 100th birthday and a spectacular wedding party at the Trotter Saturday evening. Friday afternoon, Miss Plautine attended Williams’ play “The Strangest Kind of Romance”, performed to an enthusiastic crowd in The Omnova theatre Friday afternoon. The play was as pleasant as it could be, with an inspired performance delivered by Michelle Tauber starring as “The Landlady.” The crowd left with both smiling faces and full bellies from the lunch provided by The Front Door restaurant. Saturday morning the celebration continued at the Malco Theatre with a special showing of Williams’ last screenplay: “The Loss of a Teardrop Diamond.” Director Jodie Markell received special permission from the Williams’ estate to produce the movie. Miss Plautine was more than impressed with the film, noting that some known actors were in the film –including Will Patton, Bryce Howard and Chris Evans. It was quite a treat for all involved. At the screening, Miss Plautine met Williams’ fans from around the world that had come to Columbus for the festival. Dr. Min Zhang, a charming young research scholar who had flown from New York for the event. Also in attendance from New York were Kathryn Cox and Barry Batinkoff who had seen a write up in the New York Times and decided to stop by on their way down to Tampa, Florida for vacation. They both remarked about how friendly everyone was in Columbus, and how welcome they felt h­ere in town. While on the way to the Columbus Arts Council’s Gala Reception Saturday night, Miss Plautine stopped by the Trotter after noticing a tremendous crowd mulling about. Inside she discovered a posh wedding reception with guests celebrating from wall to wall. Shaquita Shanta Hampton and Wallace Andrew Phillips, Jr. had just tied the knot earlier that evening, and friend and family were gathered to welcome the new couple into the community. Shaquita Hampton is the daughter of Mr. Robert McDavid and Ms. Lillie Hampton, and Wallace Phillips, Jr. is the son of Mr. Wallace Phillips, Sr. and Mrs. Freda Phillips. The two were married by Pastor Anthony Jamison, and accompanied by very large Bridal and Groom parties- close to 30 in total!! Miss Plautine remarked it must be a blessing to have so many close friends. The party across the street at the Rosenzweig was the next stop for Miss Plautine. Inside she found nearly 100 items up for auction, as well as hors d’ouevres and an astonishing variety of cupcakes to sample. The event was organized by the Gala Committee, comprised of Anne Freeze, Jackie Exum and Beverly Norris. Mrs. Brenda Carradine was on hand, and will still standing strong after what had surely been an exhausting couple of days. Mrs. Carradine went out of her way to praise all the hard work done by everyone during the weekend’s festivities. Miss Plautine concurred that it was a great start to what she called “Celebration Season”, with so many great events in the next few weeks: The Pilgrimage, Grilling on The River, The unity Picnic, Market Street……etc, etc.

Linda and MIchael Monehen posed with Edwina Williams (Mother Goose)--- at the Gala Celebration Saturday night.

Shaquita Hampton and Wallace Phillips, Jr. were married Saturday at The Trotter

Standing: Satoya Stewart, Tameka Jamison, Latoya Wells, Arlexis Roby, Adria Slaughter. Lakesha Hampton. Seated: Robert McDavid, Shaquita Hampton and Wallace Phillips Jr.

Director Jodie Markell, Mrs. Ann Palmer (whose Ed saw Williams’ very first play at The Rose Garden in Memphis) and visiting scholar Dr. Min Zhang


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