Baldwin Players Present ‘Bullshot Crummond’ at ABAC Oct. 28-30

Tuesday, October 19th, 2021

The story of foreign spies trying to steal a secret formula will come to life on stage when the Baldwin Players at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College present “Bullshot Crummond” on Oct. 28-30.           

The performance will begin at 7 p.m. each night in ABAC’s Howard Auditorium.  Tickets are $10 per person, $5 for students with an ID, and free to ABAC students, staff, and faculty.  Tickets can be purchased online at or by calling (229) 391-4895.

Dr. Brian Ray, Director of the Baldwin Players and a Professor of English and Theatre at ABAC, said the show is a tongue-in-check parody of a 1930s British TV detective comedy.

“This play is a comic farce filled with larger-than-life characters and all-too-predictable situations,” Ray said.  “Rehearsals have been a lot of fun as we explore the antics of this extremely odd collection of characters.”

Cast members include Alena Norton, an ABAC graduate from Richmond Hill, as Lenya von Brunno; Ryan Norton, an ABAC graduate from Tifton, as Hugh Crummond; Ezzard Stewart, an ABAC supporter from Fitzgerald, as Algy Longwort/Rupert Fenton; Lindsey Blankinship, a Natural Resource Management Major from Rockmart, as Rosemary Fenton; Craig Wells, an ABAC graduate from Tifton, as Waiter/Inspector Scabbard/Wolfgang Schmidt; and Roderick Baisden, a theatre major from Tifton, as Policeman/Marovitch.

For more information about the production, interested persons can contact Ray at