Shamir Fripp, 14, of St. Helena Island tastes the stage blood that Dottie Allen of Aiken touring theater company Porkchop Productions used June 20, 2014, to create a fake gash on her arm during the summer reading program at the St. Helena Island library. Allen demonstrated stage makeup techinques as part of the program. Fripp said the stage blood "tasted like a mint ... it was good."
Shamir Fripp, 14, of St. Helena Island tastes the stage blood that Dottie Allen of Aiken touring theater company Porkchop Productions used June 20, 2014, to create a fake gash on her arm during the summer reading program at the St. Helena Island library. Allen demonstrated stage makeup techinques as part of the program. Fripp said the stage blood "tasted like a mint ... it was good." Staff photo
Shamir Fripp, 14, of St. Helena Island tastes the stage blood that Dottie Allen of Aiken touring theater company Porkchop Productions used June 20, 2014, to create a fake gash on her arm during the summer reading program at the St. Helena Island library. Allen demonstrated stage makeup techinques as part of the program. Fripp said the stage blood "tasted like a mint ... it was good." Staff photo

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