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Sep
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Georgia ensemble theatre

Two Great Shows this week!
Something for the Whole Family!
 
For the Kids (and the Kids at Heart):
 
Only One Public Performance:
Saturday, September 15th at 11am
Tickets only $8 each!
 
Join us for this fast and furious romp through the fantastic fables of Aesop!
Specifically designed for kids in PreK through 3rd grade.
Call 770-641-1260 to get tickets for the whole family!
 Generously sponsored by:
 and The Teaching Museums North and South
 
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Now Playing thru September 23 …
  
 “The theater couldn’t have picked a better play to open with than this one.  Funny, enjoyable and perfectly cast, all aspects of the production have gelled together to create a hit for the theater.”  … Atlanta Theater Fans
 
“It is Bob’s skill as a director that all the action moves remorselessly forward to climax leaving the audience in stitches.” … Hatcher Hurd, The REVUE & NEWS
 
 About the Show:
Jim Dailey, Allan Edwards and Kathy Kuczka. Photo by S. Slusser.

Two decades ago, Georgia Ensemble Theatre opened its doors with the classic Kaufman & Hart comedy, You Can’t Take It With You.  Now, 20 years and more than 100 productions later, we bring back another work from this great comedy writing duo as we launch our Emerald Anniversary with one of the most epic and clever American comedies to ever take the stage.  The Man Who Came to Dinner will be brought to you with a cast of 23 Atlanta actors, including GET favorites from last season’s hit show, Becky’s New Car: Wendy Melkonian and Allan Edwards.  You’ll meet the irascible arts critic Sheridan Whiteside as he pays a visit to the Stanley household where Marx Brothers-like madness ensues with secretaries, ex-cons, cockroaches and penguins!

Directed by GET Artistic Director Robert J. Farley.
The Man Who Came to Dinner is generously sponsored by
  and
For tickets, you may buy online or by calling 770-641-1260.
All performances at the Roswell Cultural Arts Center, 950 Forrest St., Roswell.
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