410 East Gaston explores the home life of a colorful character of the South, Diana Rogers.  From growing up as an oppressed child in Oklahoma, to singing in a girl band as a timid twenty-something in New Orleans, Diana escaped the South and found refuge in Manhattan.  Fifteen years ago Diana moved to Savannah and nested in a Victorian mansion on East Gaston Street, working as a performer at “Vicks on the River” and “The Ol’ Pink House”.  But, what I have found the most intriguing about Diana’s life is her home, lovingly littered with vintage dresses, fur coats, feathered hats and perfectly curved martini glasses.