Friday, November 30, 2007

[Coweta Arts Tidbits]Conlan Photo Exhibit At Arts Centre Extended Thru Dec. 8

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Composed By:  Forrest W. Schultz  770-583-3258
 November 30, 2007             
                 Paul Conlan Photography Exhibit at Arts Centre Extended to December 8
    Coweta photographer Paul Conlan has received many awards for his photographic art in recent years (including being named the Photographer of the Year by a prestigious Atlanta group) and he has received the great honor of being admitted to the Board which runs the prestigious annual SlowExposures Photographic Exhibition of the Rural South.  He is currently being honored by the Centre for Performing and Visual Arts of Coweta County which is sponsoring Conlan's Photographic Exhibit there.  The word has just gone out that the Exhibit will be extended to December 8, including through the evening when the Celtic music will be performed in the auditorium.  These photographs will be something great to look at prior to going into the Celtic concert or during intermissions. 
     Here is the announcement about this extension:
Extended through December 8th
Images in Time
the photography of Paul Conlan
A compelling look at unposed urban and rural life
The Centre for Performing and Visual Arts
1523 Lower Fayetteville Road
Newnan, Georgia 30265
For Arts Centre hours, please call the number above.  The Centre is also open some nights.
Directions are provided below.
Images (c) Paul Conlan - /
Directions to the Newnan Centre for Performing and Visual Arts from Atlanta
The Arts Centre is about 37 miles South of downtown Atlanta
  1. Take I-85 South past the Airport and outside I-285 towards Columbus , GA  
  2. Take Exit #47 "Newnan / Shenandoah" and Turn Left at the Light on Bullsboro Drive ( GA Hwy 34 East)  
  3. Go 1.0 mile on Bullsboro Drive  
  4. At a Traffic Light, turn Right on Shenandoah Blvd. and go 1.4 miles  
  5. At the Traffic Light, turn Right on Lower Fayetteville Road and go 0.2 miles  
  6. Arrive at the Arts Centre on the Left.

 Directions from the South


  1. Take I-85 North toward Atlanta  
  2. Take Exit #47 "Newnan / Shenandoah" and Turn Right at the Light on Bullsboro Drive ( GA Hwy 34 East)  
  3. See directions 3 – 6 above

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[Coweta Arts Tidbits] Martin Pate Delivering Artist Talk At Dogwood Gallery on Dec. 6

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Composed By:  Forrest W. Schultz  770-583-3258
November 30, 2007
                                    Martin Pate Delivering Artist Talk at Dogwood Gallery On December 6
     Coweta artist Martin Pate recently made the news when his "Windwalker" painting was selected as the cover art for the current issue of arts&expressions.  The news also included the fact that this painting is currently being displayed at the recently established Dogwood Gallery in Tyrone.  Well, now there is more news from this Gallery -- Pate will be delivering a special talk there, as indicated in this flyer just released by the Gallery:

Artist Talk

An Evening with Martin Pate

Thursday, December 6th, 2007

6:30 t0 8:30

Join us at Dogwood Gallery for a special event featuring artist, Martin Pate. Mr. Pate will

demonstrate figurative drawing of a costumed model from the Doris B. Russell Dance

Academy. Hear the artist discuss strategy and technique. Questions are encouraged

during the session. We hope to see you at Dogwood Gallery for what is sure to be a

memorable evening.

Dogwood Gallery & Framer

(Located behind The Legacy Theatre)

1175 Senoia Road Tyrone, GA 30290


Dogwood Gallery & Framer

(Located behind The Legacy Theatre)

1175 Senoia Road Tyrone, GA 30290


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[Coweta Arts Tidbits] Images Announces Another Floorcloth Workshop

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Composed By:  Forrest W. Schultz  770-583-3258
November 30, 2007
                            Images Announces Another Floorcloth Workshop
     The most popular of all the events sponsored by the Images Gallery in Moreland so far are the Floorcloth Workshops conducted by Trisha Adams.  In fact, I have lost count of  how many have been held so far.  Anyway, here is the information on the latest one being held just in time for doing something with it for Christmas.

Just in time for Christmas! A gift for you or someone you love. Floorcloth Workshop at IMAGES Studio. What is a Floorcloth? It is an area rug that you design and create yourself and it is just so much fun to do. You can also use it as a wall hanging if you decide it is just way too pretty to walk on. Located at 21 Main Street Moreland. Where Fun and ArtCollide! Reserve your spot today! Last class until 2008!


Instructor:      Trisha Adams 770-683-8699


Date & Time:      Saturday, December 8th 10am – 3pm

                            (1/2 hour break for lunch)


Workshop Fee:  $45 with $10 NON Refundable deposit

                            6 student minimum, 10 student maximum

Deposit will only be refunded if the minimum class requrement is not met.




Provided Materials

·     Primed and hemmed 3' x 2.5' canvas

·     Acrylic Craft Paints

·     Brushes

·     Instruction & Design Inspiration Packet

·     Floorcloth Sealing and Care Instructions


Students will need bring with them:

·     Old sheet or towel to place under floorcloth while painting (don't bring paper, it sticks!)

·     Pencil & Eraser

·     Yardstick

·     Hair Dryer

·     Sense of Humor!

·     Water Container (old Cool Whip Tub works GREAT!)


Optional supplies to bring:

·     If you are matching specific colors, please bring those paints with you! 

·     If you have your own brushes you're comfortable with, please bring them!

·     We don't use stencils, but you're certainly welcome to!  If you want to use stencils, please bring them along.


** Be sure to label your paints and/or brushes so you leave with what you brought with you!




Instructor, Trisha Adams has been creating Custom Canvas Floorcloths locally for the past 4 years.   In addition, she is a watercolorist.     This 5 hour workshop will cover the basics of creating your own canvas floorcloth.   This is not a "paint-a-long"; each student will create their own original design.  Your instructor is happy to help out with drawing, layout, and painting if necessary - but promise not to paint on your floorcloth unless you ask her!


Be prepared to paint hard, laugh a lot and go home with a beautiful piece of Floor Art!  Bring a drink and your lunch, we'll only break for a half an hour to eat!


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[Coweta Arts Tidbits] Martin Pate's "Windwalker": Cover Art of arts&expressions

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Composed By:  Forrest W. Schultz  770-583-3258


November 30, 2007


Martin Pate's "Windwalker": Cover Art of arts & expressions

     The works of Coweta artist Martin Pate have graced many different venues and have received various forms of recognition. His most recent honor was the selection of his "Windwalker" painting as the cover art for the Winter Season 2007 - 2008 issue of the Southern Arc magazine arts & expressions. The legend under Pate's painting indicates that it is now being displayed at the recently established Dogwood Gallery in Tyrone.


     This issue of a & e also includes an article about the Dogwood Gallery on pages 6 through 8, which shows another painting by Pate, "Portrait of Salem". This same article also shows paintings of two other Coweta artists: "Three Hills In Spring 2007" by David Boyd, Jr. and "Sunflower" by Renae Barton, who recently established the Renae Barton Gallery inside the Shops of Beard and Co. at 20 Jefferson Street in Newnan. And on the list of artists whose works are displayed in the Dogwood Gallery we see the name of Richard Scott Hill, who recently retired (after many years of faithful service) as the Chairman of the Art Department at the East Coweta High School and as the Head of the Georgia High Photography organization, which encouraged a number of Coweta students to achieve excellence in the photographic arts.


     Other Coweta arts scene events are covered in this issue. On page 20 are found some brief notes about the latest plays scheduled at the Legacy Theatre, which is owned and directed by Mark and Bethany Smith of Newnan. On page 13 are the November and December offerings of the Centre for Performing and Visual Arts of Coweta County, which include two photography exhibits, a Masterworks Choral Concert, and a performance of "The Nutcracker". It has become a tradition for this famous holiday classic of Tchaikovsky's to be performed there by the Georgia Youth Ballet. A more detailed description of this performance and of the Georgia Youth Ballet is found on page 22.


     Information on arts & expressions magazine is accessible on its newly redesigned website Marilyn Haas deserves high praise for the excellent quality of her magazine and the coverage it has given to the burgeoning Southside arts scene. Free copies of the magazine are available at local public libraries.


     Information on the art of Martin Pate is available on his website


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Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Old Fashioned Christmas Bazaar Saturday

FYI - Call Glo Tinsley if you have any ?? @ 770-599-8661.  Thanks for sharing the news!

Tuesday, November 20, 2007

[Coweta Arts Tidbits] Coweta Artist Kay Moore At Winterfest 2007 in Columbus

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Composed By:  Forrest W. Schultz  770-583-3258
November 20, 2007
                                             Coweta Artist Kay Moore at Winterfest 2007 in Columbus
     Coweta artist Kay Moore, the Owner and Resident Artist of Sookie's Glass Art Studio in Newnan, has just released the following information:

Please join me November 30th through December 2nd at the River Center for the Performing Arts in Columbus, GA for WinterFest 2007. It is sure to be a fun event for the whole family.


RiverCenter Weather Service predicts snow flurries on Broadway at 5:00 pm, November 30th with frosty holiday renditions from the Hardaway High School Marching Band. RiverCenter will keep the chill at bay with a cup of complimentary hot apple cider for all. The kickoff begins a blizzard of shopping fun presented by the region's finest artists as patrons register to win winterfest shopping sprees. Shopping spree winners will be announced at 5:45 pm, November 30th. Winners must be present to win.

winterfest2007— A Visual & Performing Arts Festival, November 30 - December 2, at RiverCenter for the Performing Arts.

The concept of winterfest is to provide a unique opportunity for all of the arts to "take center stage".  In addition to paintings, artists' booths will feature pottery, jewelry, glass works of art, photography and more!

Also, there is no admission fee to this Visual Arts Festival.

Artists' booths will be featured on the orchestra and mezzanine levels of RiverCenter's Grand Lobby. Talent abounds this year at winterfest, as two of the exhibiting artists were recently featured in the August edition of Southern Living.



As a special way of saying "thanks" to all my students, I am offering the following discounts for students attending WinterFest 2007:


Any current stained glass class members who check in at my booth will receive $10 off their next purchase of class supplies!!


New students who purchase a block of 10 stained glass classes at the show will receive one additional lesson at no charge, plus a $10 discount off your first purchase of supplies.


So my generous patrons on this email list don't feel left out . . .

Here's a coupon for you to use in my booth!

 I hope everyone will have a fabulous Thanksgiving, and I look forward to seeing you at WinterFest 2007!!


Kay Moore


Sookie's Glass Art Studio

692 Walt Carmichael Road

Newnan, GA  30263

Ph:  (770) 254-0349

Cell: (678) 778-6645


Stay current with all the latest happenings around the Studio . . . check out Sookie's Blog at


See Sookie's work in the Artists Galleries on Newnan Coweta Art Association's website .


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Monday, November 19, 2007

[Coweta Arts Tidbits] Artist Scott Palmer To Create Art Work During Calico Christmas in Grantville

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Composed By:  Forrest W. Schultz  770-583-3258
November 19, 2007
                             Artist Scott Palmer To Create Art Work During Calico Christmas in Grantville
     There are many opportunities to see the paintings of artists in art galleries and museums and other venues.  But there are very few opportunties to watch an artist produce his painting.  There will be such an opporuntity next month at the Calico Christmas celebration in Grantville on Saturday December 8.  For information about Calico Christmas one should visit their website   Here is what that website says about what Palmer will do there:  
Art Before Your Eyes
Local artist Scott Palmer, most recently known for his mural work at Grantville Library and Nick's in Grantville, has accepted the challenge of creating a complex work of art on site.  You will be able to watch Scott work as he creates a detailed christmas mosaic, beginning with a blank canvas and armed with only a small copy of the image he plans to replicate.  Scott will begin work at approximately 10:30 a.m. and will complete the mosaic before dusk.  

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Composed By:  Forrest W. Schultz  770-583-3258
November 19, 2007
                          Young Artists Group Announces Classes in January
     Teri Lewis, The Publicity Director of the Young Artists of Newnan and Coweta County, has just released the information below about new art classes:

Youth Arts


Beginners Tuesdays Coming in January 2008


Beginning students (ages 3 ½ through 5 year olds) will focus on the use of soft lead pencil (artists' pencils), crayons, tempera paints, watercolor paints and markers as they develop their compositions.


Students will also be introduced to a few famous artists whose work will reinforce the lessons of the day.  Compositions will be developed from still life, landscapes, figure drawing, and animals. Curriculum will be appropriate for the specific age and skill level. Instruction will be guided according to the drawing skill level of the class.


Supplies will be provided.


Class:                   Beginners Class (ages 3 ½ - 5)

Day:                 The Youngest Artists Class will meet every Tuesday                                 of each week beginning January 8, 2008 and running                        through the end of May. 

Time:                Class times:  4:00pm – 5:00pm

Cost:                 $40.00 per month.  (We provide art supplies.)

Class size:         limited to no more than 22 students.  (Minimum                              number to ensure class makes in early January is 12                                prepaid students. 


No registration fee required for this class.


Classes are taught by artist-instructors in a relaxed environment that encourages self-expression and builds self confidence. 

Youth classes meet in the Harriet Alexander Art Center off of Hospital Road, next to the Coweta County Recreation Department Temple Avenue location.

Please call Teri Lewis (770) 254-9811 or Bette Hickman (770) 254-7345.  We will mail you/email you a registration form with instructions.  Leave a message and we will return your call ASAP.

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Composed By:  Forrest W. Schultz  770-583-3258
November 19, 2007

Masterworks Chorale and the Art of David Boyd in Newnan-Coweta Magazine


     The Newnan-Coweta Magazine has been doing a commendable job of including informative and interesting articles on the arts among its bi-monthly portraits of the county.  The current issue, November-December 2007, provides a good example. 


     An article entitled "Greetings!" discusses the artwork of David Boyd with an especial emphasis on his Redneck greeting cards which have made him known all over the world.  The text is written by Alex McRae, and Bob Fraley provides a good photograph of Boyd as well as excellent pictures of three of these humorous cards.  You will find this on pages 11 through 15.


     Pages 62 through 67 are devoted to Coweta's premier chorus -- The Masterworks Chorale, which is about to begin its new season.  Pages 62 and 63 provide a group photograph of the Chorale dressed up and ready to sing.  The remaining pages include shots taken during rehearsals, including one showing the Director Kathy Bizarth and Pianist David Kinrade.  The author of the article is Elizabeth Richardson and the photographs are by Bob Fraley and Alicia Freese Photography.



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Tuesday, November 13, 2007

[Coweta Arts Tidbits] Book Signing in Senoia's Buggy Shop Museum on Friday

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Composed By:  Forrest W. Schultz  770-583-3258
November 13, 2007
Book Signing To Be Held In Buggy Shop Museum in Senoia on Friday
Vickie Kennedy Will Autograph Her Books and Chat About Writing
     Creativity is needed to produce art, and sometimes creativity can be useful in promoting art.  The most recent example of the latter has just occurred in Coweta County when a writer arranged to have a book signing in a buggy museum !!  A book signing -- in a Buggy museum ?? 
    The writer is Vickie Kennedy from Newnan and the Buggy Shop Museum owner is Janet Baggarley from Senoia.
The signing will take place on Friday November 16 from 4 PM thru 6 PM.  The Museum is located in the heart of downtown Senoia, and the Baggarley family has lived there for many generations.
     Of all the books Kennedy has written, the one which has attracted the most attention is her science fiction novel, The Hidden Truth of Cytech's Randal Forty, which has won an EPPIE Award and has recently been recommended by a film critic for the making of a motion picture.  Information about Kennedy is available on her personal website and on the website of etreasures, her book publishing company  Baggarley can be reached at or 770-253-1018. 
     Kennedy is looking forward to this signing, ,esp. its interesting venue.  She will also be available to answer any questions anyone would like to ask her about writing. 





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[Coweta Arts Tidbits] Holiday Events at Arts Centre Announced

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Composed By:  Forrest W. Schultz  770-583-3258
November 13, 2007
A Medley of Holiday Events Coming Up at Arts Centre 
     The Centre for Performing and Visual Arts of Coweta County has by now become well known for the role it has played in the renaissance of the arts scene on the Southside.   The great holiday season of events coming up is a good example of this.  And the variety is interesting, as is evident from the features listed on the website of the Centre -- the photographic arts, vocal and instrumental music, and ballet:
  • Name of Event: "Christmastide"
    Event Type: Masterworks Chorale
    Date: November 27th
    Time: 7:30pm
    Description: A choir with members from the Newnan community brings beautiful sounds and harmony to the Centre for the holidays!
    Cost: Adults $15 Senior Citizens $12 Students $5 (must show student ID at time of purchase) Tickets are available at the Centre, Scott's Bookstore on the square and Morgan's Jeweler's in Ashley Park.

Name of Event: Paul Conlan Art Exhibit
Event Type: Photography Art Exhibit
Date: November 5th, 2007 - December 5th, 2007
Time: Gallery Hours are 8am to 4pm Mon.-Fri.
Description: "Images in Time" featuring the photography of Paul Conlan, a compelling look at unposed urban and rural life.
Cost: Free For groups tours please call 770-254-2787 for schduling. Hours of Gilot Gallery are subject to change. Gallery is also open some nights. For more information call 770-254-2787.


Name of Event: Coweta County Photography Exhibit
Event Type: Art Exhibit
Date: November 11th - December 5th
Time: Gallery hours: 8am - 4pm, Mon-Fri
Description: Coweta County High School students have been selected to display their photography along side photographer, Paul Conlan. The art will be judged and awards will be given. There will be an open reception on Sunday, November 11th at 2pm and a juror talk with the artist staring at 3pm.
Cost: FREE for information please call 770-254-2787, please call for group tors or for extended gallery hours.


  • Name of Event: "Celtic Christmas"
    Event Type: Mithril (Instrumental Group)
    Date: December 8th
    Time: 8pm
    Description: Mithril's unique progressive style has its roots in traditional Celtic music but moves far beyond that, weaving such diverse influences as American folk, classical and Middle Eastern melodies into their full tapestry of sound. Mithril continues to push beyond at the boundries, taking audiences of all ages on an eotic musical journey to Ireland, Scotland, and beyond.
    Cost: $18 for adults, $15 for Students and Senior Citizens. Tickets go on sale November 9th at the Centre, Scott's Bookstore and Morgan's Jewelers. For info or reservations call 770-254-2787.


  • Name of Event: The Nutcracker
    Event Type: Presented by the GA Youth Ballet
    Date: December 8th, 9th, and 15th
    Time: 2pm (Dec. 8th and 9th), 2pm and 7pm (Dec. 15th)
    Description: For the 4th year in a row, The Centre is pleased to host Georgia Youth Ballet's annual presentation of Tchaikovsky's holiday classic, The Nutcracker. GYB is a regional company featuring dancers aged 4-70+ from 11 metro counties. Audiences are in for a treat as they are charmed by dolls that come to life and are taken on a magical trip through twirling snowflakes to the Land of Sweets, where they will be enthralled by Chinese dragons and other wonderful surprises!
    Cost: December 8th is the Family performance and all tickets are $8. For all other performances tickets are $12 for Students/Senior Citizens and $15 for Adults. Tickets can be purchased at The Centre, Scott's Bookstore in downtown Newnan and at The Studio in Fayetteville. For more information call the Centre at 770-254-2787 or Georgia Youth Ballet at 770-716-9858 or visit


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[Coweta Arts Tidbits] Legacy Theatre Celbrates First Anniversay

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Composed By:  Forrest W. Schultz  770-583-3258
November 13, 2007
Legacy Theatre Celebrates First Anniversay
     Mark and Bethany Smith have beeen very busy people since they moved to Newnan and established the Legacy Theatre in Tyrone, which has been a significant feature of the renaissance of the Southside arts scene.  The current issue of the Southside Arts Agenda, which is an online news service which has done a commendable job of documenting this renaissance, has provided the following information concerning this Anniversay:


A few days ago, the cast of It's A Wonderful Life:  A Live Radio Play was discussing the major themes that they would want to relay to the audience each night from the stage.  Not surprisingly, the themes they kept coming back to were the importance of friendship, family, and self-sacrifice.  As Mark Smith, Executive Director, left the theatre that night, he began to think back on the past year and the short history of The Legacy Theatre.  He realized that these fundamental things are precisely what have seen the Legacy through their first season.  


There are too many exciting and incredible memories to put into one news article, but here are a few that Bethany and Mark Smith feel encapsulate The Legacy Theatre's premiere season. MORE


Click MORE above for a photo gallery of highlights from The Legacy Theatre's first year!

                                                                                                                                                                      ;                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Stephen Ball from Doris Russell School of Performing Arts never took "no" for an answer and worked tirelessly through sickness as he helped orchestrate all the contractors, town council members, banks, and sponsors who would make the theatre a reality.

The City of Tyrone welcomed Bethany and Mark with open arms and believed in the importance of live theatre. Bert  Clark, Chip Smith and the architect, Jim Finney, said "A live, professional theatre in Tyrone? Sure, why not! Let's make it a 'little Fox'. Ted Davis and dozens of workers who sweated through a hot, dry summer and chattered through a surprisingly cold October and November to open the theatre on time. Their friend, Dustin Lewis, who traveled the world as a performer, decided to relocate to Tyrone, Georgia and gave his heart and soul to the theatre.

Bethany and Mark's family and friends, who ate Thanksgiving Dinner 2006 with them in the lobby of the theatre, and who worked all the way through opening night to make sure the theatre was clean, beautiful, and ready for Legacy's patrons. Dozens of volunteers, many of them dear friends, who took a whole weekend to help construct a set in an unfinished theatre. Founding Members filled every seat on opening night on November 24th and each and every audience member who has laughed, cried, and even danced on stage since then.

The amazing cast of A Christmas Survival Guide, truly special friends or the Smith's, who put up a show without knowing whether they would have a space in which to even perform it. There were dozens of volunteer ushers in black and white who swept the lobby, vacuum the theatre, and lovingly scrub the bathrooms. They saw the first sold out audience while Dustin, Mike, Cleve and David—The Legacy "Plaids"—gave one of the best ensemble performances seen at a theatre on the South side of Atlanta.

Hundreds of kids participated in Broadway Workshop performing scenes all in green from The Wizard of Oz, The Wiz, and Wicked for full houses.

Over 500 kids walked through the doors to audition for Disney's High School Musical and Todd Key on stilts, entertained them.
Bethany was able to perform one of her dream roles in Andrew Lloyd Webber's Song and Dance for a live audience. Twenty-one sold out shows for Disney's High School Musical and as a cast of 65, ages 7 and up, danced, sang and light up the stage for over 4,000 audience members.

Bus after bus drove up to the front doors for the hilarious Miss Nelson Is Missing!

ReGen church opened the doors for their first Sunday morning worship.

As The Legacy Theatre approaches its one-year anniversary, Bethany and Mark are excited and look forward to what is in store for The Legacy and for the community. They are committed to continue to bringing south Atlanta great entertainment as well as educate children and influence a new generation of theatre-goers. The Legacy Family would like to thank everyone for sticking by them and realizing that a
community truly needs the arts.

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A Christms Survival Guide.












• 8 week session starts Wed., January

or Thur., January 24th, 2008

• Exciting acting workshops that focus on training well-rounded performers

• Broadway Baby: Ages 5-7 meets Wed. or Thur. from 4-5:15 pm

• Dream Broadway: Ages 8-9 meets Wed. or Thur. from 4-5:15 pm

• Team Broadway: Ages 10-12 meets Wed. or Thur. from 5:15-6:30 pm

• Broadway Bound: Teens meet Wed. or Thur. from 5:15-6:30 pm

• All members will receive discounts to The Legacy Theatre's professional season!

• All members will receive exclusive invitations to audition for and perform
in special performances at The Legacy Theatre

• Limited space available

• Winter Session is $160 for 8 week session

• A $50 deposit is required to reserve your membership

All classes held at The Legacy Theatre
Call 404/895-1473 or visit
Wednesdays (Thursdays also offered)
Checks made payable to The Legacy Theatre


Perfect timing, practically impossible costume changes and a script that portrays just about every eccentric Southerner you've ever met made this a night of live theater better than anything on the TV.

This was acting at its best! Mark and Dave created the residents of Tuna, Texas, as individuals with
personalities, manner of speech, tone of voice, accent and temperament that is unique to each. Not easy to do by any means!

We'd love to see Mark and Dave team up again in "The Odd Couple!"

There were two more stars in this show - never seen on stage until the final curtain. Zack Speir and Levi Throckmorton. They were the 'dressers' who kept the costume changes straight. I don't know how they managed it, but they did an outstanding job considering the number of changes and the speed in which most had to be made.

The production was nothing less than we have come to expect from the "Best Place to See a Play."  Artistic set design by David Utley; flawless sound from Cashion Bennett and Dustin Lewis; really right-on costumes by Jenny Robinson; and lighting design by Chris Shellnut.

For more information on The Legacy Theatre and season ticket information, visit the Legacy web site through
this link or call 404-895-1473.



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