From left, "Changed" actors Kaitlyn Couch, as Detective Jones, struggles with her abductor Dan, played by April Hackler, while Savannah Kelly's character, as the murdered victim's daughter, Tessa, waits for potential harm. The play's writer, 15 year-old Bailey Hufstetler, said that the play's dramatic theme about child abduction was inspired by the tragic death of toddler Landon Robbins in Rhea County earlier this year.
From left, "Changed" actors Kaitlyn Couch, as Detective Jones, struggles with her abductor Dan, played by April Hackler, while Savannah Kelly's character, as the murdered victim's daughter, Tessa, waits for potential harm. The play's writer, 15 year-old Bailey Hufstetler, said that the play's dramatic theme about child abduction was inspired by the tragic death of toddler Landon Robbins in Rhea County earlier this year.
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published Friday, December 20th, 2013
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SPRING CITY, Tenn. — For 15-year-old playwright Bailey Hufstetler, tackling dramatic themes in his play "Changed" was inspired by the tragic loss of 5-year-old Rhea County resident Landon Robbins earlier this year.

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