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The Brown County Playhouse features Suds as its first show of the 2008 summer season. The playhouse has been a tradition since 1949 in Nashville, Ind., and is the longest-running professional theatre in Indiana.

A backstage view of the set of Suds at the Brown County Playhouse.

Scenic designer Fred Duer puts the final touches of paint on the set of Suds.

Tyler Dielong sweeps up after the set of Suds was put in place at the Brown County Playhouse.

Jayme O'Hara, the stage manager of Suds, puts the final touches on a set piece before a rehearsal.

Ray Fellman, music director for Suds, coaches the cast on emphasis and song during a rehearsal at the Brown County Playhouse a week before opening night.

Brandon Cutrell, who plays a host of characters in Suds, sings from backstage during a scene.

Allison Moody, who plays Marge in Suds, rehearses at the Brown County Playhouse.

Brandon Cutrell, who plays Mrs. Halo and a number of other character, rehearses a song a week before opening night at the Brown County Playhouse.

The cast of Suds rehearses at the Brown County Playhouse.

George Pinney (second from the right), director of Suds and an IU professor, huddles with the cast before a complete rehearsal one week prior to opening night.