Coweta Arts Tidbits
The Successor To Newnan-Coweta Arts Council News Releases
Composed By: Forrest W. Schultz 770-583-3258
December 23, 2008
"Teacher Man" Play Coming to Arts Centre on January 7
The Centre for Perfomring and Visual Arts of Coweta County is starting up the new year with a play performed by The American Theatre, which specializes in making theatrical productions out of literary works. Info on the Centre is available at their website www.thecentreonline.org. Their events calendar contains this info on on the play:
Event Type: theatrical production based on the bestseller
Date: January 7th
Description: Frank McCourt, a dedicated teacher, charming storyteller, and eloquent writer, shares the riches of his thirty years experience in public high school classrooms. A modest man; "I thought I was teaching. I was learning," he says as he and his students take us on a journey laced with humor and fueled by a heart of unlimited circumference. Teacher Man By Frank McCourt Performed by Michael McMonagle Adapted and Directed by Wynn Handman Presented by The AMerican Place Theatre This production is both inspirational and educational for students of all ages.
Cost: Tickets are $12 for adults and $10 for Students and Sr. Citizens.
The Hollingsworth House and leaders in the community are coming together to host the 2nd Annual Hollingsworth House Event benefiting The Children's Village at Christian City. This elegant event will be held on Monday, December 1st from 5-7:30pm. Delicious food and refreshments will be served, live music and a silent auction of chairs painted and decorated by local artists will make the evening fun.
*** New! Slide Show of Chairs! ***
Special Thanks to Our Sponsors!
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REPRESENATIVE JOHN YATES
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MAYOR AND MRS. HAROLD LOGSDON
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THE HONORABLE GREG DUNN AND JANET DUNN
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DR. M.A. JALEEL
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