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Catching “The Last Train To Nibroc” At Back Alley Productions

A scene from “The Last Train to Nibroc.”
Back Alley Productions
A scene from “The Last Train to Nibroc.”

Tomorrow night, “The Last Train to Nibroc” arrives at The Mars Theatre in LaFayette, Georgia.

The latest play from Back Alley Productions is a tale of love, loss and life in rural Kentucky in the 1940's.

Madison Smith is executive director at Back Alley Productions - and Jonathan Goff is the director of “Last Train to Nibroc.”

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