Zany February Newsletter from Rose of Athens Theatre

February Newsletter 2012

James&GiantPeach Juggling Rehearsal
“We are lucky to have this nonprofit company of players in Athens.” – Eddie dePeterse, Athens Banner Herald

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Seagulls, Sharks, Juggling on a Giant Peach!?!
What do you do when your parents are eaten by a Rhinoceros? A little boy, lonely and abandoned, finds some gigantic buggy friends and saves the day! For anyone who has ever felt isolated, this timeless tale will restore hope and cure your winter blues.  This magical journey was Roald Dahl’s first children’s book!
     School field trip performances and public performances are February 29-March 10 at Seney-Stovall Chapel.
Public Shows: March 2 at 7:00 PM, March 3 at 2:00 PM & 7:00 PM, March 9 at 7:00 PM, March 10 at 2:00 PM & 7:00 PM. For more info contact or call 706-340-9181.


Rose of Athens Theatre Academy Classes!

SUMMER CAMP – June 4-22, Ages 8-18. 
Pre-register now for 10% off tuition. “Teaching Life Skills Through Stage Skills”

“Rose of Athens is AWESOME. My children have seen many of their shows and have taken their theatre classes. They are top notch!” – comment in Athens Banner Herald

Making a difference for others. “It’s not about us”…

Mario Castro, Lisa Cesnik Ferguson & Dave Shearon support Project Safe.
… is the motto of  Team 6  “Dancing with the Athens Stars” – David Shearon of Ashford Manor Bed & Breakfast. RoA is a sponsor for Project Safe Team 6 (David Shearon and Elissa Basco from Studio Dance Academy).

     Be part of the solution! We celebrate the efforts of our Ashford Manor partners – we have been doing Shakespeare under the stars with them since 2008.
Click the picture to learn more.
Sustain Rose of Athens Theatre “Life Skills Through Stage Skills” education programming, by bidding on one of Emily Hogan’s seven fabulous Shakespeare Dawgs OR simply donate.
     RoA is the first and only 501c3 nonprofit professional theatre in our region, and that means a donation to RoA is tax exempt!
Click here to make a BIG difference in the life of a child or a local artist.
Pictured: Artist Emily Hogan's Juliet-Shakespeare-Dawg
“Believe me, love, it was the nightingale” R & J, 3.5

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See you at the theatre!


Lisa Cesnik Ferguson
Producing Artistic Director,
Danielle Bailey Miller
Program Coordinator,