CRRL Presents

CRRL Presents is the Central Rappahannock Regional Library's weekly cable show. The show is produced by staff at the library and features interviews and programs about the library and the area.

CRRL Presents: Stagedoor Productions - Community Theater at its Best

Roy Jarnecke and Charlotte Fields talk to Debby Klein

This interview airs beginning March 16.
Community Theater is not just about entertainment, it brings together a diverse group of dedicated, creative individuals who truly love what they do. Current President Roy Jarnecke and Past President Charlotte Fields talk to Debby Klein about their productions and programs and cultivating new playwrights in an annual festival that attracts worldwide response.

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CRRL Presents: Ashley Belyea Brings Dance and Inspiration to Bosnia

Ashley Belyea

This interview airs beginning March 9.
Ashley Belyea brought her talent, charm, and skill to the hearts of the beleaguered children and young women in Bosnia. Her program, Nas Svijet created dance workshops and opportunities never before experienced. Debby Klein talks to Ashley about her involvement and the future of this inspiring program on CRRL Presents, a Central Rappahannock Regional Library production.

CRRL Presents: The Reverend Theresie Houghton, Dedicated to Serving Others

Reverend Theresie Houghton

This interview airs beginning February 23.
The Reverend Theresie Houghton’s gentle manner and selfless commitment to the area’s poor, disadvantaged, and terminally ill have earned her the respect and admiration of people throughout our community. She helps and inspires all ages, particularly children. Debby Klein visits her on CRRL Presents, a Central Rappahannock Regional Library production.

CRRL Presents: Joseph C. DiBella, Distinguished Professor of Art and Art History

Joseph C. DiBella, Distinguished Professor of Art and Art History

This interview airs beginning February 16.
During an exhibit of his work in the duPont Gallery at the University of Mary Washington, Joe DiBella talked about art, his love of teaching, and the 25 years reflected in the exhibition. 

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CRRL Presents: Richard V. Hurley, President, University of Mary Washington

Richard V. Hurley, President, University of Mary Washington

This interview airs beginning February 9.
President Hurley is personable and already popular at the University and in the Fredericksburg community. He brings to his new position considerable local experience and lofty goals for the future of the institution. Debby Klein had the privilege of interviewing the ninth president of the University of Mary Washington, in his office, on CRRL Presents, a Central Rappahannock Regional Library production.

CRRL Presents: Louellen Whitefeather Young Silver, Discovering Your Heritage

CRRL Presents: Louellen Whitefeather Young Silver, Discovering Your Heritage

This interview airs beginning February 2.
Caring and curious about her ancestry and her extensive family's place in the history of White Oak, in Stafford County, Lou “Whitefeather” Silver has explored her genealogy on a journey back through 400 years and 16 generations. She shares her extensive knowledge and amazing memory in an interview with Debby Klein on CRRL Presents, a Central Rappahannock Regional Library production.

CRRL Presents: Fredericksburg Sister City Association Celebrates its 30th Anniversary

Fredericksburg Sister City Association Celebrates its 30th Anniversary

This interview airs beginning January 26.
A very special celebration marks the 30th anniversary of Fredericksburg becoming a Sister City with Fréjus, France. Celebration highlights include the preparation of a 5,000 egg omelette at Riverfront Park. Debby Klein talks with Fredericksburg Sister City president Cathy Herndon and Treasurer Steve Beauch about the association, its diverse events and activities, and the anniversary on CRRL Presents, a Central Rappahannock Regional Library production.

CRRL Presents: Jack Edlund, Salvage Archeologist

This interview airs beginning January 19.
Jack Edlund has been slowly uncovering the secrets of Fredericksburg’s Old Stone Warehouse. He is also a collector of old and interesting artifacts and an artist. Jack talks about his dedication to discovery and digging in the dirt to learn about the past.

CRRL Presents: Doris Buffett, the Sunshine Lady Lights Up Our Community

CRRL Presents: Doris Buffett, the Sunshine Lady Lights Up Our Community

This interview airs beginning  January 12.
Doris Buffett’s spirit, humility, and humor make her a delightful person to visit. Her energy, passion, and enthusiasm for philanthropy make her an esteemed citizen of our community who brings hope and help to those in need. Her Sunshine Lady Foundation continues to affect and improve the lives of others. Debby Klein talks to Doris Buffett, at home in Fredericksburg.

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CRRL Presents: Gregg Stull - Theatre at the University of Mary Washington

This interview airs beginning November 17.
As Chairman of the Department of Theatre and Dance at the University of Mary Washington, Gregg Stull has measurably enhanced the program and opportunities for students. A recent major renovation of the Klein Theatre motivated us to visit with Professor Stull to see the results and discuss his many interests and accomplishments. Debby Klein talks with him on CRRL Presents, a Central Rappahannock Regional Library production.