COLQUITT, GA (WALB) - Volunteers are preparing for the 23rd annual "Swamp Gravy" performances in Colquitt.
Folks of all ages from Miller, Early, and Seminole counties are in the cast of "Swamp Gravy: Lost and Found."
The play features true stories of people in the area losing their dignity and possessions with a hopeful ending.
"The main story follows a woman by the name of Grace who was adopted as an infant and she's trying to balance her somewhat troubled relationship with her adopted mom with her desire to find her real mom. So she's trying to find that peace in her life," said Kate Willis, Artistic Director of Colquitt-Miller Arts Council.
Swamp Gravy is Georgia's official folk life play.
Performances run from March 6th through the 28th on Friday's and Saturdays.
Tickets are $22 and you can purchase them www.swampgravy.com.
The shows start at 7:30 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays at 2 p.m. and 5:30 p.m.