Their first production at Garfield Park was “Taming of the Shrew” in 2008, which they redid in 2012. “Romeo and Juliet” was also one of their first shows, and Cook said it was appropriate that he and Jones leave the company by revisiting a past performance.
Joe Konz, who handled the company’s publicity for a short period of time, said some of the costumes that Jones made from a bare-bones budget were pretty darn impressive.
Cook and Bradley have lived in the Garfield Park area since 2004. Cook has extensive involvement in local theater, having also co-founded the Hendricks Civic Theatre in Danville) and Spotlight Players in Beech Grove. His time with the Garfield troupe is highlighted at www.gscindy.com/about.htm.
It’s not known who will assume their roles.
There is no charge to attend “Romeo and Juliet,” but reservations are suggested and can be arranged by calling 327-7135.