Frostburg State University's cable channel TV3 will soon being airing a new 30-minute soap opera, "Snowden Crossing," that serves as a lesson in diversity, embodying the spirit of the American Dream, draped in fantasy, outlined in real life.
The show chronicles the life and times of several families in a fictitious suburban town just outside of Washington, D.C. Two main families in the town, the Mackenzies and the Kings, have been at odds for ages. The conflict stems from wrongs committed from generations past, and a peaceful resolution does not appear to be anywhere in sight. With this show a multitude of social issues are exposed and addressed throughout various storylines. The show makes an attempt to bring the family unit (immediate, extended, community) back together through meaningful and truthful conservations on subjects that have an affect on them directly or indirectly.
The show is also a showcase for talented performers in the D.C. metropolitan area, which supplied all of the music and actors. Increasing the awareness of regional talent generating enough buzz to put D.C. into the playing field alongside New York and Los Angeles is a major aim for the show as well.
For more information, visit www.snowdencrossing.com/index.html. Tune in to FSU TV-3, available on the Adelphia cable system in Frostburg, on Tuesday, April 5, at 3 and 6 p.m. and Friday, April 8, at 5:30 and 8:30 p.m. for the first episodes of "Snowden Crossing." For more information about FSU TV-3, contact Cable Channel Manager, Melanie Lombardi at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 301-687-3011.