by Ted Swindley
Directed by Chris Ikner
April 11-27, 2014
ALWAYS…PATSY CLINE is more than a tribute to the legendary country singer. The show is based on a true story about the friendship between Patsy and her most devoted fan, Louise Seger, which began when they met one night at the Esquire Ballroom outside of Houston. It is complete with down-home humor, true emotion and the story of a relationship that any fan would dream of having with their idol. ALWAYS…PATSY CLINE includes many of Patsy's unforgettable hits, including "Crazy," "I Fall to Pieces," "Sweet Dreams" and "Walking After Midnight" … 27 songs in all. The show's title was inspired by Patsy's hand-written letters to Louise, which she signed "Love ALWAYS…Patsy Cline."
A Special presentation of works by various Georgia Playwrights
Directed by Jerry Jobe
May 9 - 17, 2014
Character is most clearly revealed by the way one responds to life's challenges. If confronted by one of the many faces of tragedy, what would you do? Would you do what's right? Could you?
Eight provocative stories.
Eight Journeys into the dark.
Eight tragic tales of Hope, Redemption, and Enlightenment.
What will they reveal about you?
by Dave Lauby
Directed by Dave Lauby
June 14-28, 2014
The Wolley family has lived for decades in their decaying Smyrna GA home, and through those years have been threatened repeatedly for eviction due to Grampa Wolley’s hoarding and the mountainous accumulation of “collecitbles” (ie, trash) on their property. On the day when the city has delivered the ultimatum- clean it up or be evicted in 30 days- new neighbors move into the house next door, single dad Mike Aubrey and his pre-teen daughter Allegrae with a story of their own. Emerging from the depths of the Wolley trashpile is 12 year-old Jackson Wolley, and the relationship which develops between him and Allegrae is both poignant and painfully funny. Will the Wooley clan clean up their act in time to save their home? Will Jackson and Allegrae find tweenie love amidst the human debris? And will they all prove that not everything (nor everyone) that comes from a trashpile is trash? Be sure to put your cans out in time for “Trash Day.”