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Roles are available for 2 men and 2 women.
There are no children's roles in this production.
Take a husband, wife, lover and friend, add a strange lamp,
a gun and a rubber chicken plus a party that begins over and
over again and you have this silly comedy! Four people find
themselves reliving one horrible hour as themselves,
Japanese, British aristocrats, gangsters, and almost
anything else you can think of... Camille is giving the
party. Don shows up in a jealous funk about his wife Alice,
whom he suspects of cheating. When Alice and Ben do arrive,
it turns out their relationship is completely innocent, but
by the time Don realizes this he’s already shot everyone!
Camille wishes things might have turned out differently and
that is EXACTLY what happens. All concerned find themselves
back at the party's beginning doomed to live the same hour
over and over again until they get it right...
The Elbert Theatre
Foundation is proud to present the first dance show to be
performed totally by local talent on the Elbert Theatre
stage in April!
choreography and costuming straight from the music videos
themselves, these routines are sure to keep you entertained
all night long!
Video Mania will be a one-night dance event that features
songs from well-known videos and pop culture dance history
that span over 100 years!
from the 80s will be a main feature of this first
performance, as it was the “golden age” of the music video
your favorite music video dance classics like Michael
Jackson’s “Thriller”, Beyonce’s “Single Ladies”
Judson Laipply’s “Evolution of Dance” will be in the mix of
routines to be performed on this fun-filled evening!
Theatre Director Toni King and a group of local dancers will
perform the original video choreography that they have been
perfecting since January!
event will take place at the Elbert Theatre Saturday, April
26th at 7:00PM.
Tickets for the show are
only $10.00 in advance and $8.00 for students and groups.
will be $15.00 at the door on the performance date.
are available in person at the Elbert Theatre Box Office
located at 203 Elbert Street inside Elberton City Hall or by
phone at 706-283-1049.
tickets will also be available one hour prior to the
performance at the Elbert Theatre.
For further information
on Music Video Mania, please contact the Elbert Theatre
Director at 706-283-1049 or
Jaamal Rambert Ministries is excited to present a
Christian-based Family Comedy Night coming to the Elbert
Theatre stage for a one-night-only show in May!
Featuring clean, life-inspired comedy performed by
Jaamal Rambert and musical performances by Shon Browner and
Jeremy Duggins, this is sure to be a night of great family
Family Comedy Night will be held at the Elbert
Saturday, May 3rd at 6:00PM.
Tickets for the event are $10.00 in advance, $12.00 at
the door and $8.00 for students (13 years and under).
Contact Tabitha Rambert at 706-988-8997 or Jaamal
Rambert at 706-988-8925 for
tickets or more event information.
Productions will be having auditions for the third show of
the 2014 Season, Bye Bye Birdie on Mon. May
5th and Tues. May 6th drop-in from 6:00PM to 8:00PM in
Elberton City Hall located at 203 Elbert Street
(between TitleMax and the Police Dept.). Those wishing to
audition for this classic musical should come prepared to
sing a short song selection for Directors Michael and Kayla
Blackston and read excerpts from the script. Songs should be
performed a capella, and no musical accompaniment will be
used. Those auditioning should come with an idea of their
evening and weekend availability during the months of June
through September. Performances of Bye Bye Birdie
will be held on Fri. Sat. and Sun. from Sept. 19th—Sept.
28th. Music rehearsals will begin in June and regular
rehearsals will begin in July, usually on Mon. Tues. and
Birdie has a large cast consisting
of 30+ people including men, women, teenage girls and
teenage boys. There are 6 leading roles (3 men, 2 women, 1
teenage girl). Some dancing will be a part of this
production, but not all characters that are cast will dance.
See the list below for a full listing of available parts.
Singer Conrad Birdie has an agent named Albert, a very
mild-mannered man. Albert's secretary Rose keeps him and
Birdie moving forward in the world. Rose concocts one final
publicity plan before Conrad's induction into the army.
Conrad will bid an American teenage girl goodbye with a kiss
on the Ed Sullivan Show. And Kim MacAfee wins the honor! The
arrival of Birdie in town causes people of all ages to
swoon. Birdie becomes disgusted with his life and goes out
on the town with the teenagers. He is tired of being
supervised. What happens to Birdie—does he go into the army?
And what about Albert and Rose—will they live happily ever
after in spite of Albert’s meddlesome mother?
Mrs. Edna Garfein
Charles F. Maude
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