Wednesday, August 13, 2008

[Coweta Arts Tidbits] Legacy Theatre Announces a WORLD PREMIERE Production !!

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 August 13, 2008


Legacy Theatre Annoounces WORLD  PREMIERE Production !!


Vintage Hitchcock  Play To Be Performed


     Mark and Bethany Smith of Newnan are continually making mighty contributions to the Coweta arts scene through their Legacy Theatre in Tyrone.  This past weekend they finished their performances of Wizard of Oz to rave reviews and Mark Smith has been interviewed by the Southside Arts Agenda for the past several weeks, in recognition of the importance of the Legacy Theatre for the Southside scene.  Last year the Legacy made history by being the first theatre in the southeastern US to put on one of Andrew Lloyd Webber's plays.  Now they have just announced that they will be topping that with a WORLD PREMIERE !!


    This is the announcement just released by Dustin Lewis, the Publicity Director:


WORLD PREMIERE! Vintage Hitchcock: A Live Radio Play Joe Landry, author
of one of the most produced plays in America in 2007, It's A Wonderful
Live:  A Live Radio Play, has chosen the The Legacy Theatre to premiere
his new play, Vintage Hitchcock:  A Live Radio Play.  "This is New York
City and WBFR presenting Vintage Hitchcock.  Each week, at this hour,
we bring you the excitement of the great stories of the strange and
unusual. Dark and compelling yarns culled form the four corners of the
world. Tonight, we present a trio of thrilling tales immortalized by
the Master of Suspense, Mr. Alfred Hitchcock: 'The Lodger,' 'The
Thirty-Nine Steps' and 'The Lady Vanishes'." The author himself will be
working hand in hand with director, Mark Smith, and the cast to craft a
piece that will be released for world-wide production in the near
future.  The Legacy will the be the first  EVER to present this
fantastic evening of thrills and suspense.  Audiences will not want to
miss out on the chance to be a part of this history-making production. 
  October 17th- November 2nd  Fridays 8pm, Saturdays 3pm and 8pm,
Sundays 3pm

Dustin Lewis, Sales and Marketing Director
Office: 404-895-1473
Fax: 770-306-3343

The Legacy Theatre
1175 Senoia Road
Suite C
Tyrone, GA  30290


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