In “Bloom,” the Neuse Little Theatre offers the story of Daniel and Bobby, played by George Russing, left, and Sammy Smith, finding friendship in a down-and-out town through gardening.
In “Bloom,” the Neuse Little Theatre offers the story of Daniel and Bobby, played by George Russing, left, and Sammy Smith, finding friendship in a down-and-out town through gardening. Drew Jackson jdjackson@newsobserver.com
In “Bloom,” the Neuse Little Theatre offers the story of Daniel and Bobby, played by George Russing, left, and Sammy Smith, finding friendship in a down-and-out town through gardening. Drew Jackson jdjackson@newsobserver.com

Friendship blossoms on NLT stage with ‘Bloom’

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