A Special Offer for Georgia Ensemble Theatre and Theatrical Outfit Patrons



Daisy Werthan and Buddy Holly – What a Great Pair!


And Now You Can Get

$5.00 Off a Great Pair of Tickets!
Driving Miss Daisy at Theatrical Outfit
April 22-May 17, 2009 
Daisy at Theatrical OutfitGeorgia Ensemble Theatre patrons: Call the Theatrical Outfit Box Office at 678.528.1500 and say, “Buddy for Daisy” to receive $5 off a pair of tickets.  Tickets are subject to availability.  For more information on this production and to read an interview with Director, Robert J. Farley (Georgia Ensemble Theatre’s Artistic Director), visit www.theatricaloutfit.org.
Spanning 1948-73, this 1988 Pulitzer Prize-winning play (turned Oscar-winning film) is one of Atlanta’s most cherished Southern stories.  It’s a bumpy road when Hoke, a middle-aged black man, is first hired to chauffeur the aging and resistant Daisy Werthan, a white Jewish doyenne.  But in time, their unlikely yet abiding friendship evokes our tears, laughter and faith in love’s resilient and revitalizing power.  Robert J. Farley, who directed “Daisy’s” regional premiere in Atlanta 21 years ago, returns to direct Jill Jane Clements (Daisy Werthan), Rob Cleveland (Hoke Coleburn), and William S. Murphey (Boolie Werthan).
Photo credit:  Chris Bartelski.
Pictured:  Jill Jane Clements as “Miss Daisy” and Rob Cleveland as “Hoke” in “Driving Miss Daisy” at the Theatrical Outfit.
Buddy: the Buddy Holly Story at Georgia Ensemble Theatre
Now thru April 26, 2009 
Buddy Holly Surf Ballroom
Theatrical Outfit patrons: Call the Georgia Ensemble Theatre Box Office at 770-641-1260 and say, “Daisy for Buddy” to receive $5 off a pair of tickets.  Tickets are subject to availability.  For more information on this production (also directed by Robert J. Farley) visit www.get.org.  
The Man. The Music. The Legend. The world’s most successful rock ‘n roll musical event of all time, now in its 19th year in London’s West End, has played to 20 million people world-wide. Buddy is the biggest musical extravaganza ever done at GET. It tells the story of Buddy Holly and the three years (1956-59) during which he became the world’s top recording artist. The show features over 20 hits including “Peggy Sue,” “That’ll Be the Day,” “Oh Boy,” “Maybe Baby,” “Everyday” and more. The finale features a fantastic dance party where Buddy is joined by the Big Bopper and Ritchie Valens. This show-stopping season-closer is sure to have you dancing in the aisles! 
This production generously sponsored by Bank of North Georgia and Kimberly-Clark Corporation.
Photo credit: Bill DeLoach
Pictured: Dolph Amick as “The Big Bopper,” Rob Lawhon as “Buddy” and Ricardo Aponte as “Ritchie Valens” in “Buddy: the Buddy Holly Story” at Georgia Ensemble Theatre.

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