FINDING PATIENCE Creators Release Original Cast Album

Finding Patience – The Story of Holl.y Springs captivated audiences in 2017 with its inaugural run of 11 sold-out performances. This summer,  Playwright and Lyricist Angie Ottosen-Staheli (Local Legacy Productions), along with the show’s Music Director, Jeremy Phillips, adapted the play into a musical, filmed a music video, and played to sold-out houses at the Holly Springs Cultural Center.

Earlier this month, Ottosen-Staheli’s company Local Legacy Productions released the original cast album, which includes the original song Ain’t Nobody Sees Them performed by Qualia Holder-Cozart. Watch the music video to that track and stream the album wherever you listen to music.

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