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Newnan Community Theatre presents 'Evie's Waltz'

Newnan Community Theatre presents 'Evie's Waltz'

The Matthews’ teenage son has been suspended from school. His parents are going ahead with their patio barbeque anyway. When their son’s girlfriend Evie arrives they are dragged into the realization that all the elements of a horror scene have converged -- now. Can this frightened 17 year old avert tragedy? Or will she drive the bus over the cliff? Find out for yourself at the Georgia Premiere of Carter W. Lewis’s “Evie’s Waltz,” opening this week in the Black Box at the Newnan Community Theatre Company. Read More»

Lots of theater available this weekend for local audiences

Tonight, the Legacy Theatre in Tyrone will welcome to its stage six young people competing for the same dream:  the dream to become a spelling bee champion. An instant hit when it landed on Broadway in 2005 and an eventual Tony Award winner, ”The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” will be like nothing you’ve ever seen before on the Legacy stage.  The show boats a witty and hilarious score by veteran composer and lyricist William Finn as well as a unique and inventive script by Rachel Sheinkin that uses audience participation and improvisation. Read More»

Legacy hopes to leave audiences ‘spell’ bound with ‘The 25th annual Putnam County Spelling Bee’

The cast of Legacy Theatre's production of "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee." Photo/Special.

The national spelling bee has become must-see television each year for people of all ages. It has drama, humor and heart, as children from all over the country do battle with words that most people would have a hard time pronouncing. “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” is a musical that takes the drama of being a middle school aged child competing in a county spelling bee and introduces a good dose of hilarity for the audience who can look back on adolescence fondly (from a safe distance). Read More»

Shurman singer performing with John Popper in Atlanta Friday

Aaron Beavers, a McIntosh graduate and founding member of Shurman, will be performing Friday night at The Masquerade in Atlanta with John Popper and the Duskray Troubadors.

1. You’ll be in town Friday with John Popper and the Duskray Troubadors. How’d you become a part of this project? Read More»

Fayetteville resident on 'Braxton Family Values'

Dr. Sherry Blake is excited to gear up for Season 1 of the “Braxton Family Values” starring Grammy Award Winning Singer Toni Braxton and her four sisters.

Dr. Sherry Lester Blake, a Fayette County resident, is a clinical psychologist in Atlanta, Ga. Dr. Sherry (as referred to on the show) is the psychologist on the new reality series and will help these five Braxton women juggle life, love, family, and the industry.

“Braxton Family Values” premieres tonight at 9 p.m. on WE tv. Check your local listings for additional airings. You can follow Dr. Sherry on twitter @drsherryonline. .

FCHS Select Chorus taking audiences on a 'Road Trip'

FCHS Select Chorus taking audiences on a 'Road Trip'

College life is full of exciting, new, life changing experiences that will never be forgotten and Fayette County High School Select Chorus is putting it to music in their 34th Annual Variety Show, “Road Trip.” Read More»

Twilight presents 'Midsummer Night's Dream'

Twilight presents 'Midsummer Night's Dream'

Twilight Theatre is in full swing of the 2011 season with the production of one of Shakespeare’s most beloved comedies, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.”

The show is directed by University of West Georgia graduate, Amanda Lindsey. “I am so blessed to work with this cast. They truly are amazing,” said Lindsey. The cast consists of people of all ages from the Fayette County community. The play follows four young lovers and their journey to finding true love. Read More»

Peachtree City man helps create new kind of television program

Sergio Acevedo with his daughter Gennesareth, 5. Photo/Special.

Have you ever thought that you had a good idea for a television show? Current TV’s new program, “Bar Karma” is counting on it and Peachtree City resident Sergio Acevedo is just one of many people who have contributed to the show. Read More»

Booth presents 'Beauty and the Beast Jr.'

In the back row are Devin McCrudden, Mark Bost, Kaylee Lloyd, Ian McGraw and Shelby Bock. In the front row are Abby Thompson, Abby Burke, and Christopher Greco. Photo/Special.

A conceited young prince must earn the true love of an independent and adventurous young woman in “Beauty and the Beast Jr.”, an upcoming Booth Middle School musical production. The classic tale of the enchanted Beast’s transformation will take the McIntosh High School stage from Mar. 24-26. Read More»

Bryan Adams to play 'The Fred' in August

The Frederick Brown Jr. Amphotheater will play host to one of the world’s most highly acclaimed musicians on Friday, Aug. 5. Bryan Adams The Bare Bones Tour is the sixth concert in the BMW of South Atlanta summer concert series, with the other five announced in early February. The previous five concerts include Kenny G Heart and Soul Tour, Creedence Clearwater Revisited, Jo Dee Messina with special guest Jimmy Wayne, Kool and the Gang and 10,000 Maniacs with Edwin McCain. Series tickets are still available and may be purchased at the Fred Box Office. Read More»

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