Georgia Ensemble Theatre Fall Classes are Beginning Soon

The Teen Master Class:

Mash-Up Musical Madness

Grades 8-12

Students will develop their own musical adaptation using contemporary and musical theatre songs. Beloved GET teaching artist, Spencer G. Stephens (The Boys Next Door at GET) will guide our students through a musical journey. The class culminates in a showcase on the stage! *This class is reserved for students who have completed a Saturday Workshop series or Summer Conservatory camp.

Mondays, September 26-November 14 7-9pm, $300


Improv for Grown-Ups

Join professional improvisation artist and actress, Kara Cantrell (Inherit the Wind at GET), in this fun and challenging class for adults. Learn how to think on your feet on stage while developing your performance skills. This class is taught in a fun, energetic, supportive and safe environment. A great class for all levels of experience.

Mondays, September 26-November 14 7-9pm, $275

Structured Nonsense
Middle School Improv


Join us on the second Saturday of the month (no Structured Nonsense in December) for fun! Registration starts at 7pm and the improv games go until 9:30pm. For the cost of a movie ticket, students get to eat popcorn and soda, hang out, and learn some wicked improv skills!

Admission is $10


October 8

November 12

January 14 & 28

February 11

March 10

April 14

May 12


For more information email education@get.org

Fall is in the air and we know just how to welcome it here at The Georgia Ensemble Theatre Conservatory! Whether you are interested in Musical Theatre, Improv, or dramatic adaptations of well known tales, we have a class for you. Our Saturday Workshop Series begins this Saturday and there are still a few spots left. We hope to see you in class this Fall!




Laurel Crowe

Education Director

770-641-1260 ext. 232

The Saturday Workshop Series:
The Tale Spin
September 17-October 29

Explore core performance skills through voice,

movement, acting technique, and storytelling with our professional teaching artists.Class size is kept small so that each student has plenty of one-on-one attention.This is a series that grows with the student whether a they are taking their very first acting class or have been acting for years!


Mother Goose on the Loose

Ages 4-1st grade

 $135, 10-11am

Our littlest thespians explore the rhymes of Mother Goose using story drama, movement and voice. Taught by Andrew Crigler (The Ugly Duckling at Serenbe Playhouse). 


Folk Tales from Around the Globe

Grades 2-5, $275, 10am-12:30pm


The Tales of Edgar Allan Poe

Grades 6-12, $325, 10:45am-1:45pm


Taught by John Doyle (Characters of the Watershed) and Stephanie Laubscher (Shakespeare with a Twist and From the Bard to Broadway).

Panhandle Slim and
The Oklahoma Kid

One Week Left!


Join us for an unexpected tale of the Wild West, Love, Redemption, and a Singing Cowboy.


Rated PG for Some Colorful Cowboy Language.


For more information or to purchase tickets, please contact the box office at 770-641-1260 ext. 236.



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