A preview of "A Southern Exposure" will run from April 13 to April 30 at Bunbury Theater. This comedy-drama, set in a small town in present-day Kentucky, is the story of Callie Belle Hurt, whose idea of love is so unrealistic it could be lifted from the pages of a romance novel. Raised by Hattie, her cantankerous, Bible-thumping grandmother with a cast-iron will and her two eccentric, doting aunts, Callie belle stuns her family when she announces that she has fallen in love and is moving to New York to live with her boyfriend. Upon Callie's return home she discovers terrible news about her grandmother. A new relationship is forged; one built on acceptance, friendship, and the fiercest kind of love.
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