Articles in Lifestyles
Stella Wild, Rosemary Adams, Linda Robertson and Beth Ziegler have a lot in common. They’re all highly educated, successful, professional women with careers in law, medicine or business. And they all share the same address at a fictitious Delaware Valley Federal Correctional Facility.
Lillian Elgrin was independent. She lived by herself in California, but visited her three sisters often. And when she wasn’t working as a registered nurse at a veterans’ hospital, she was taking patients to the park on a Saturday afternoon or offering care to anyone who needed help.
Dona Shiflette plays a truck-stop waitress in “Hank Williams: Lost Highway,” opening Friday at Clemson Little Theatre. A big fan of Williams, the waitress often tunes into the country star’s radio show in the diner while she works. Then one day, he happens to walk in.