Best Documentary at UnitedSolo

United Solo Addie Wins Best Documentary
United Solo Addie Wins Best Documentary

Adelind, with Cry of the Mountain, wins best documentary at the 2012 United Solo Festival

Conceived and Performed by Adelind Horan

If you’ve seen the show you know it is an award winning show.  But even after a great run at the Captial Firnge, a fantasitic (and 5-star reviewed) run at the 2011 Edinburgh Fringe and all the shows in Virginia, well, it’s nice to win a freakin award at such a big festival.

Well deserved and well earned — Addie has put years of work into this show – and others have contributed generously.  Thanks to Max Werham who played the banjo for the show at United Solo and the Ed Fest and many others, to Bud Branch who was banjo man in Virginia, Maryland and DC including the Cap Fringe Run, to the Hamner Theatre, Live Arts, Play On and Four County Players who help nuture the show, and of course the original Hampsire band and crew for helping Addie launch the production.

Also, we have had the support of Appalachian Voices, Heartwood, and many other lovely people from many other gourps united in the goal to Stop Mountaintop Removal!

2012 United Solo, the world’s largest solo theatre festival, presents one hundred solo productions! All shows are staged at Theatre ROW: 410 West 42nd Street, New York City.