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The Georgia Ensemble Theatre Conservatory is entering its 20th year of top tier, award-winning arts education. We focus on  process and developing a positive performance experience for our students. We keep  class sizes small so that every student will receive plenty of individualized attention and each class will grow with the student.
Georgia Ensemble Theatre is a 501(c)3 nonprofit Professional Theatre Organization located in Roswell, Georgia.
Georgia Ensemble Theatre is the resident theatre company of the Roswell Cultural Arts Center, 950 Forrest Street, Roswell, GA 30075
P.O Box 607, Roswell, GA 30077-0607
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Fun for ALL Ages:
Aesop’s Fables

By Mike Kenny
Directed by
Laurel Crowe

Join us for a fast and furious romp through

the fantastic fables of Aesop! This hilarious production uses tumbling, tricks and clowning to tell these fantastic stories. A perfect show for all ages!


To Schools: September 10-28, 2012

Public Performance: September 15th at 11am, Tickets are only $8!




James and the Giant Peach
By Richard R. George
Directed by Laurel Crowe


Back by popular demand! Join James and his unique insect friends on the adventure of a lifetime!


On Tour to Schools:
 October 29-November 13, 2012
At The Roswell Cultural Arts Center: November 14-16


Public Performance: November 17, 2012 at 11am
Georgia Ensemble Theatre

Fall Classes Begin Soon!
Dear Mystie,

Aesop’s Fables is officially open! We are so excited to welcome you to our theatre this Saturday at 11am for this energetic, acrobatic, hilarious play for the young and young-at-heart! Tickets are only $8! To purchase tickets online:

Thank you to everyone who helped make our opening week of our Emerald Anniversary Season a success. We couldn’t be prouder. As a special GET birthday gift to you, we are extending our $15 discount on Fall Classes until the end of this week! Give us a call today.

Laurel Crowe and Corinna Rezzelle
Education Department
Georgia Ensemble Theatre


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The Saturday Workshop Series: Musical Mayhem
Tara Chiusano 
Junior (Pre-K-1st),
10am-11am, $150,
Instructor: Tara Chiusano
(James and the Giant Peach at GET)

Kati Grace Morton 

(2nd-5th),  10am-12:30pm,  $275, Instructor: Kati Grace Morton 


Tracy Vaden Moore 
10am-12:30pm, $275,
Instructor: Tracy Vaden Moore
(The Foreigner and Ring of Fire at GET)


Join our merry band of Professional Teaching Artists on Saturday Mornings this fall as they gently guide our young performers in the art of Musical Theatre. Our Saturday Workshop Series focuses on core performance skills (voice, movement, and acting) in a safe and supportive atmosphere. This class will culminate in a showcase on the GET main stage.

The Teen Master Class:
Musical Theatre Cabaret
Jessica DeMaria

Grades 8-12 Mondays Evenings 

September 24-November 12
7-9pm, $275
Instructor: Jessica De Maria 
(James and the Giant Peach at GET)


Back by popular demand, our intermediate class in Musical Theatre will end in a Cabaret performance on the GET main stage. This class will  focus on individual performance pieces and audition technique, in addition to ensemble work.


The Adult Class:
Back to Basics Boot Camp
Mondays Evenings

Cara Mantella
September 24-October 29
7-9pm, $250
Instructor: Cara Mantella 
(The Boys Next Door, The Last Night of Ballyhoo and Lying in State at GET)


Popular Atlanta film and stage actress and Georgia Ensemble Theatre favorite, Cara Mantella, will guide our students in exercises that will both challenge and develop their performance skills. Whether you are new to acting or you need to brush up on your skills, this class for adults is for you. With a focus on voice, movement and acting.
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On The GET Main Stage:
 The Man Who Came to Dinner  
By Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman
Directed by Robert J. Farley
September 6-23, 2012
Two decades ago, Georgia Ensemble Theatre (GET) opened its doors with the outrageous 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 moste 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 the 2012 hit show, Becky’s New Car: Wendy Melkonian and Allan Edwards. You’ll meet the irascible arts critic and media icon Sheridan Whiteside as he pays a visit to the Stanley household where Marx Brothers-like madness ensues with secretaries, ex-cons, cockroaches and penguins!
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