Remembered: A Play Inspired by Rosemont Cemetery

Remembered: A Play Inspired by Rosemont Cemetery is a new play created by David A. Miller with with guest artist Dano Madden and Bloomsburg University students Kamryn Felty, Emily James, Kali Morgia, Chelsea Soto, Chris Thorne, Reagan Venturi, and Somer Walsh.

"There Goes the Neighborhood"
Jim Goode and Elizabeth Dowd in rehearsal for “There Goes the Neighborhood”

The primary source of inspiration for the play is Bloomsburg’s Rosemont Cemetery—its physical presence, its history and the stories of its permanent resident. The project is a 80-minute theatrical collage produced by the Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble (who first proposed the project) and directed Ensemble member Danny Roth. The production, performed in the cemetery itself, is performed by Ensemble members Elizabeth Dowd, Jim Goode, Andrew Hubatsek, and Bloomsburg University students Mary Burnett, Abigail Golden, Lydia Hannibal White-Spunner, Gibryl Livingston, Rebecca Thomas, and Kamryn Felty.

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Early Creative Contributors to Secrets from the Cemetery include (pictured here) Kamryn Felty, Kira Loux, Heather Rummings, Chelsea Soto, Brandon Ferguson, Kali Morgia, Visakha Bun and (not pictured) Kyle Bower.