Wednesday, September 17, 2008

[Coweta Arts Tidbits] Actor Joey Waldrop Participating in Free Night of Theatre on Oct. 16

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September 17, 2008

Coweta Actor Joey Waldrop Participating in "Free Night of Theatre 2008"


Will Perform With Gallery Players On Oct. 16 at Tyrone's Boxcar Cafe'


     Dr. Susan Steadman of Offshoot Productions has announced that the Gallery Players will be one of the acting groups involved in performances as part of this year's "Free Night of Theatre" Program.  One of the actors in the Gallery Players is Joey Waldrop from Senoia. Here verbatim is  her news release about this issued on September 15:


Offshoot's Gallery Players Troupe Participates in Free Night of Theatre 2008


            Fayette County-based Offshoot Productions is once again participating in the Theatre Communications Group's exciting national audience development program, Free Night of Theatre.  Offshoot's Gallery Players improvisation troupe will perform on October 16th at Tyrone's Boxcar Café, 865 Senoia Road, Tyrone, GA 30290.  The performance, which begins at 8:00 p.m., is free, but reservations are required, and seating is very limited.  Each patron may reserve only two tickets.

            Beverages and desserts will be available for purchase.

            Visit Offshoot's web site,, for a link to Theatre Communication Group's site, where tickets may be reserved.   For specific information on the Gallery Players, contact Offshoot Productions at (770) 631-2362 or  For general information on the Free Night program, go to


Here now, verbatim is the first two paragraphs found at this website:




Launches in Over 100 Cities Across the Country on October 16!

Free Night of Theater is Theatre Communications Group's exciting national audience development program designed to attract new audiences to America's not-for-profit theatres. Since the pilot program, which debuted in three cities in 2005, Free Night has expanded across the country and will be presented in over 100 cities by more than 600 theatres in 2008.
As the Free Night program rolls out over an ever expanding national stage, we are thrilled to offer this unique opportunity to provide access to thousands of new audience members to experience the joy of theatre for the first time -- absolutely free of charge!

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