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These two theatre geeks first met onstage when they were cast opposite each other in a production of Meredith Wilson's "The Music Man" back in 2009, Jeff as Harold Hill and Carrie as Marion Paroo. It was love at first sight and they went on to star in more than 30 shows together and were married in 2013.

 

Along the way, they put their creative and theatrical backgrounds by starting two bands, opening a vintage tea room in their historic home, and traveling the country in their "Not So Long Trailer" an homage to their favorite movie, "The Long Long Trailer" starring Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz. 

A friend encouraged them to start an "everything" website in an effort to keep up with our many projects, passions, and adventures so this is it! Carrie and Jeff decided to share all of their creative channels under one heading so others could follow along in Our Technicolor Life. 

"Live life to the fullest because you only get to live it once."

Are you familiar with the term " Technicolor"? This was the innovative color film processing concept that was developed for use in Hollywood in the 1920s. Technicolor became all the rage by the end of the 1930s. You may be familiar with some of the films that first used the process, like, The Wizard of Oz and Gone With the Wind. For the first time, rich, true, and vibrant colors were seen on the silver screen. 

A friend of ours once described our lives as being lived in Technicolor. Bold, rich, and colorful moments. This website is about the many projects, discoveries, and adventures that we take on, and do so in our own colorful, retro-loving way. That is the basis of Our Technicolor Life. 

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