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AUDITIONS, CLASSES, WRITING AND HIRING OPPORTUNITIES

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A four week playwriting intensive focusing on 10 minute plays, culminating in a public showcase!

 

Take your playwriting to the next level with us in a 10 Minute Play Bootcamp!

In this class, you will create a 10 minute play over the course of four weeks. The class concludes with a public showcase performed by professional actors as part of the 2024 Essential Theatre Play Festival.

Class will meet in person at the following times:

  • Sunday, July 7 (2-3:30pm)

  • Sunday, July 14 (2-3:30pm)

  • Sunday, July 21 (2-3:30pm)

  • Sunday, July 28 (2-3:30pm)

*This course is offered in partnership with Theatrical Outfit. Classes will take place in the Playwrights Lab at Theatrical Outfit. The public showcase will take place at our Festival venue, 7Stages, as part of our Silver Anniversary Essential Theatre Play Festival in August.

Register HERE

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Seeking non-Equity, metro-Atlanta based actors for THE MOUSETRAP. All roles will be understudied. Stage Door Theatre is committed to inclusive and representative casting that reflects the diversity of our community. Unless otherwise specified, all roles are open to actors or any race, ethnicity, gender identity or expression, and age, as well as performers with disabilities.

Find More Information, Dates, and Links to Character Descriptions HERE

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WHETHER YOUR CHILD HAS YEARS OF EXPERIENCE OR HAS JUST DISCOVERED A CURIOSITY FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS, THE ATLANTA SHAKESPEARE COMPANY PROVIDES A WIDE VARIETY OF SUMMER CAMPS AND PROGRAMS FOR KIDS OF ALL STAGES OF CREATIVE DEVELOPMENT AND EXPLORATION, RISING PRE-K THROUGH RISING COLLEGE FRESHMEN.

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Shakespeare Superheroes

Superheroes will explore two different Shakespeare plays, culminating in a performance showcase of scenes and monologues from both scripts. Camp experiences include theatre- related arts & crafts, recess, theatre games, music, dance, introductory stage combat and a pizza party on the first Friday of the session!

Rising 2nd-5th Grades:
May 28 - June 7 (9-day): COMEDY OF ERRORS & HAMLET

Rising 6th-8th Grades: 
July 8 - July 19 (10-day): COMEDY OF ERRORS

REGISTER HERE!

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Musical Theatre Camp

Shakespeare... with a twist! Musical Theatre Camp explores Shakespeare's language and characters through the lens of song and dance. Our teaching team creates a showcase script of one of Shakespeare's most famous plays, infusing larger-than-life opportunities for your child to shine and perform a combination of classic Shakespeare Tavern music, musical theatre standards and pop music hits. 

Rising 2nd-8th Grades:
June 24 - June 28 (5-day): MACBETH: THE MUSICAL

REGISTER HERE!

 

 

Stage Combat Camp

Camp activities include instruction on safe stage combat practices, creating swords, recess, theatre games and rehearsing a showcase script for performance on the final day of camp.

Rising 2nd - 5th Grades:
June 10 - June 14 (5-day): KING LEAR


Rising 6th - 8th Grades:
June 17 - June 21 (5-day): KING LEAR


REGISTER HERE!

 

Improv Camp 

By popular demand, Shakespeare Tavern Academy students will have the opportunity to explore the wild and wacky world of Improv comedy! Daily camp activities will include instruction on the "rules" of improv, learning theatre games for performance, arts & crafts, daily recess and practicing working as an ensemble to bring a live, unscripted performance to life for the final day of camp! 

Rising 4th-8th Grades:
July 22 - July 26

REGISTER HERE!

Find More Information HERE

Watch Teaser Video HERE

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AMC Performance Company is excited to invite talented individuals to audition for their upcoming September 2024 Season Finale, "For The Love of Mahalia." This musical, premiering in Atlanta, tells the story of the beloved Gospel Legend Mahalia Jackson.

Auditions will be held on Saturday, July 13th for various roles. To submit, please send your headshot and resume to robertkingjr88@gmail.com

We can't wait to see your incredible talent!

Roles

Julie Ann Mathews (singing role)-Female, 20's - 30's very eager full of life. Travels from Alabama to Illinois to meet Mahalia Jackson in 1965 Ethnicity: White / European Descent

Lilly Mathews (non singing role- Female, 40-59 Julie's racist mother who is trying to hide Julie's past from her. Ethnicity: White / European Descent

Coretta Scott King (African American) Martin Luther King Jr.'s wife and backbone during the civil rights movement

Martin Luther King Jr. (African American)Civil rights leader and activist

Ensemble

( Ensemble doubles as marchers in the Bloody Sunday March, Bessie Smith, Amelia Boynton Robinson, Young Mahalia Jackson. Strong singers needed for these roles )

2 Males

2 Females

Visit Our Website HERE

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Atlanta Dramatists and the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta (UUCA) present:

Youth Playwriting Camp: June 24th-28th

A week-long playwriting camp for 13–18-year-olds! Students will learn about play structure, along with characters, conflict, dialogue, and action. Our process will include creative hands-on games and exercises, quiet writing time, guided peer feedback experiences, and one-on-one feedback time with the instructor. Camp will culminate with a Friday night reading of original student-written 8–10-minute plays.

When: June 24-28: 9am-2pm, and Friday night showcase at 7pm

Find More Information and Access to Registration HERE

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Auditions for Sugar, Spice, and Everything Nice will be July 9-13, 2024 in Conyers. If interested email tcsverriett@yahoo.com.

4 Week Cold Reading Master Class.

Wednesdays, 7pm-9:30pm.

Choose from 3 different upcoming sessions. Each session is 4 weeks.


Session 1: June (4 Wednesdays 5th-26th)

Session 2: July (4 Wednesdays 10th-31st)

Session 3: August (4 Wednesdays 7th-28th)

This masterclass is for beginners and professional actors. Level-up your acting and audition technique with learning:

 

  1. How to cold read affectively

  2. Using your cold reading skills to harness your confidence in the room and for Virtual auditions

  3. Learning to own the space to do your best work

  4. Dominate the words instead letting them dominate you

 

  • Start with a bang! Learn techniques to make a memorable audition from start to finish

  • Gain confidence with new scripts

  • Create a compelling life beyond the words

  • Master new material with professional tips and tricks to conquer your next cold read

 

Study with award-winning actress and director Marquelle Young (Emmy Award Winning - DopeSick, ABC’s - Our kind of People, BET - American Soul)

With over two decades in the industry both in front of and behind the camera, Marquelle has a vast knowledge of audition technique, what casting directors are looking for, film/theatre acting, what directors look for in actors. She is the only certified Meisner teacher in Atlanta, studying directly with the Meisner Institute in LA. She studied in ATL, NYC and LA with legends such as Tony Award winning Kenny Leon, Margie Haber, and Emmy Award winning Mary Lou-Belli.

This is an opportunity to learn, gain industry insight, practice your skills in a safe space, and network with fellow creatives in Atlanta.

Find More Information and Access to Registration HERE

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Auditions

Agatha Christie's "Murder on the Nile"

Old Town Players is holding open auditions for our September 2024 production of the mystery play “Murder on the Nile.”

 

This production is directed by Perry McWilliams.

 

Audition Dates & Times:
– Tuesday, June 18th, from 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
– Thursday, June 20th, from 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

 

Audition Location:
Mountain Park United Methodist Church
1405 Rockbridge Rd SW
Stone Mountain, GA 30087

 

Show Dates:
September 6-15, 2024
Fridays & Saturdays at 7:30 pm
Sundays at 5:00 pm

 

Old Town Players is Non-Equity, and all roles are non-paying


It’s the 1940s. Kay Ridgeway is cruising on the River Nile on the paddle steamer Lotus. Kay has led a charmed life. Blessed with beauty, enormous wealth, and a new husband, she embarks on a honeymoon voyage down the Nile. Fatal circumstances await when the idyllic surroundings are shattered by a shocking and brutal murder. Under scrutiny is a multitude of memorable passengers, all with a reason to kill. The tension and claustrophobia build as a shocking and audacious conspiracy is laid bare.

Find More information on Our Facebook Page HERE

Register Now for Summer Workshops

Under the Direction of Riverwood HS Drama Instructor Mary Beth Van der Hoek, Act3 proudly announces our Summer Youth Workshops!

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FAME JR.



Workshop Dates: Monday - Friday

July 8th - 19th

Hours: 10am-4pm

Ages: 13-17

Performances

Friday July 19th 

7 PM

Saturday July 20th

7 PM

Sunday July 21st

3PM

 

FAME JR. is Act3's 2025 Junior Theatre Festival entry.

Register HERE

General Workshop Information

 

All students will be accepted into the Workshops.

Auditions for those who are interested in roles will take place before the Workshops begin.

 

We are hiring!!!

 

We have a few Young Artist Positions available!

 

We are looking for passionate young theatre artists to fill a few more slots in our summer faculty.

These positions are available to high school or college students 16 or older.

If you would like to get involved, please follow the link below to apply.

Application To Join the Act3 Arts Academy Team

 

The Act3 Arts Academy is dedicated to cultivating an inclusive and nurturing environment where young actors can safely explore their creativity. Our mission extends beyond the stage, aiming to ignite a passion for the arts by providing opportunities in drama, dance, music, visual arts, and technical production both onstage and behind the scenes. 

For More Information Please Visit our Website:

https://act3prod.org/classes

Contact Us

For questions, please email the Producer of the Act3 Arts Academy-

Sarah Carron

act3academy@act3productions.org

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Summer + ArtsKSU = YES.

Join us this summer for Dance, Music, Theatre, or Visual Arts.

Welcome to the College of the Arts’ Summer Art Intensives! This unique summer program at ArtsKSU will give you the opportunity to experience technical and artistic growth in an environment that fosters creativity and learning. 

VIEW/DOWNLOAD THE SUMMER ARTS INTENSIVES PDF

Questions? Please email arts@kennesaw.edu or call 470-578-6742

 

REGISTRATION is now open!

Please join us this summer.

Visit Our Web Site HERE

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It's time for Summer Camp!

Join us for our 20th year of offering Fayette County's best performing art camps!

Musical Theatre Intensive:

An awesome week learning from our area professionals focusing on auditioning, choreography, playwriting and more! 

Ages 8-18. June 17th-21st; 9am-2pm $400.00

Camp Legacy Half Day

(Trolls 3: Trolls Band Together Theme): 

Your little star will LOVE this camp. From acting/improv comedy to learning a musical medley, our professional team will keep your little one inspired and entertained! Their adoring fans will get to see them in a final showcase on the last day! They will also get to perform for the pre-show of our professional summer show, Annie!

Ages 4-8. July 8th-12th; 9am-12pm $275.00

 

Camp Legacy Full Day:

Our most fun week all year! Acting Improv, Choreography, Talent Show, and on and on! This camp is a blast! Perfect way to spend a week and meet new friends while building confidence. Parents are invited final day to watch a showcase! They will also learn a full musical medley to perform for the pre-show of our professional summer show, Annie!

Ages 7-18. July 15th-19th; 9am-3:00pm $400.00

Little Dreamers Half Day (Bluey Theme): 

Delight your star with this awesome camp. From acting/improv comedy to learning a musical medley, our professional team will keep your little one inspired and entertained! Their adoring fans will get to see them in a final showcase on the last day!

Ages 3-7. July 22nd-26th; 9am-12pm $275.00

Enroll Today

Visit Our Website HERE

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Summer Registration Now Open

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Summer Performance Camps (Ages 5-12)

You won't be able to Let it Go when you make Stage Door's Performing Arts Camps Part of Your World, so please Be Our Guest this Summer at Spruill Arts Center and you'll be telling all your friends "I'm a Believer!" 

Discover more

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A She Kills Monsters Inspired Teen Performance Intensive (Ages 13-18)


In our She Kills Monsters Inspired Teen Performance Intensive, your adventure is only beginning. Filled with comedy, fantasy, and warrior-level friendship, enter a world where your inner (s)hero shines!

Ready to Slay?

LEARN (beginner/intermediate students)

  • Beginner Scene Study

  • Beginner/Intermediate Shakespeare Study

  • On-camera Acting: Auditions/Self-Taping

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Add a new skill or freshen up your toolbox

Classes for all ages and all experience levels

Are you making a New Year's resolution to build your skills, rediscover your passion, or learn something new? We train actors, dancers, & singers of all ages--from Pre-K to 103. Classes all take place at the GET Studio in Roswell and are taught by working professional artists. Visit get.org/classes or read on for an overview of everything we offer!

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For Kids and Teens

LEARN (beginner/intermediate students)

  • Improv 101

  • Elementary Actor Lab

  • Teen Actor Lab: Total Package Audition

  • Intermediate Ensemble: Frozen, Jr.

  • Improv-a-Palooza

  • Open-Mic Nights

BUILD (students with some experience)

  • Teen Actor Lab: Total Package Audition

  • Advanced Teen Ensemble - Performance

  • Advanced Teen Ensemble - Design/Tech

  • Intermediate Ensemble: Frozen, Jr.

  • GET IT Advanced Improv

  • Beginner/Intermediate Shakespeare Study (Teens-Adults)

  • On-camera Acting: Auditions/Self-Taping

  • On-camera Acting: Scene Study

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For Adults  (College Students and Up)

BUILD (intermediate/experienced students)

  • On-camera Acting: Auditions/Self-Taping

  • On-camera Acting: Scene Study

  • Total Package Audition Intensive

  • Advanced Scene Study

Register Now

Have questions?

Contact us at education@get.org or 770-641-1260.

Find More Information HERE

Financial Aid Available

Did you know that, at the GET Studio, weare 100% committed to financial accessibility? We have never turned away a student due to financial need. If you or your child are in need of some financial assistance to take a class, please click here to download our scholarship application and send it back to us via email.

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More families than ever are struggling financially these days. Every kid deserves a fun, welcoming, supportive place to play like Georgia Ensemble Theatre! If you have the means to help, please consider a donation to Georgia Ensemble Theatre to keep great arts education in your community. Click here to give.

YOUTH SUMMER ACTING CAMPS

 

Tails with a Twist: The 3 little Pigs

For ages: Rising 1st grade - rising 6th grade

Join us the week of July 17-21 9:30-3:30
$250.00 for the week 

SIGN UP NOW

This creative camp will be retelling fairy tales in an exciting new way. It will help the actors in your family engage their creativity while encouraging self-expression and creative thought. We will be learning about the Tools of an actor; using our Body, Voice, and Imagination in fun new ways. We will be creating stories, using costumes, and portraying our favorite Fairy Tale characters and Super Book Heroes, while learning to work together as an ensemble. We will be sharpening our focus, improving our listening skill, gaining communication and collaboration skills, as well as learning to think outside the box, and creating hysterical characters. The week will finish with a short Show performed for parents and friends.

Jungle Safari

For ages: Rising 1st grade - rising 6th grade

Join us the week of July 22-26 from 9:30am -3:30 pm
$250.00 for the week 

SIGN UP NOW

This exciting camp will help the actors in your family engage their creativity while encouraging self-expression and creative thought. We will be learning about the Tools of an actor; using our Body, Voice, and Imagination in fun new ways. We will be creating stories, using costumes, and portraying our favorite animal characters, while learning to work together as an ensemble. We will be sharpening our focus, improving our listening skill, gaining communication and collaboration skills, as well as learning to think outside the box, and creating hysterical characters. The week will finish with a short show performed for parents and friends.

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Summer camp will be led by LeeAnna Lambert with the assistance of members of our artistic company. She has been a working actress and Storyteller here in Atlanta for over twenty years. She received her BFA in acting from the University of Connecticut. As a teaching artist for the Alliance Theatre, A puppeteer for Piccadilly Puppets, and Imaginator at the Children's Museum of Atlanta, LeeAnna has been bringing stories to life for children all over the Southeast. Her goal is to inspire children to use their imagination and hopes her performances foster a love of reading. She has taught acting classes and camps for Alliance Theater, Pace Academy, Georgia Ensemble, Georgia Shakespeare, and Cobb County.

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Spring Classes are enrolling now!

Classes start up again January 8th.

See All Class Options

Is your living room a stage? Well, it's time for your star to shine! Empower your performer with classes taught by nurturing professionals and amazing opportunities to perform throughout the year. Classes for ages 2-18 start January 8th.

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Performance Opportunities

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COMING SUMMER 2024

Our classes are back for the new year, and we are excited to announce our summer show- ANNIE! Legacy students will get to perform alongside professionals in this Broadway classic!

 

Enroll Today!

Find More Information on ALL our Summer Camps HERE

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Atlanta Dramatists - Events & Submission Opportunities

Hello writers and other talented people!  Here are some creative events that Atlanta

  1. June 13 - 22 - AuthentiCity Theatre is producing Tennessee Williams' The Glass Menagerie. Directed by Kelley Jordan. For tickets, please visit: Tickets | Authenticity Theater

  2. Friday, June 21 at 8pm - Academy Theatre will present the Randy Steele Bluegrass Concert. For tickets, please visit: Randy Steele Bluegrass Concert​ - Academy Theatre

  3. Monday, June 24 at 7pm EST - Atlanta Dramatists will host a live in-person reading of Paige Steadman's Sex Talks at the Academy Theatre. The address is 599 US-19 Hapeville, GA 30354. This play brings together a conservative Christian mother, a nymphomaniac, a non-binary gynecologist, and a teenage survivor. Meanwhile, the group's therapist is struggling with her own drama. Exploring topics like reclaiming one's power after a sexual assault, asexual romance, and whether vaginal orgasms are real or myth, Sex Talks addresses important issues in today's society. Note: Contains adult themes and language. Topics include sexual abuse and discrimination. Cast List:

  4. Friday, June 28 at 7pm EST - Atlanta Dramatists and Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta (UUCA) will present a live reading of short plays written by students of our Youth Playwriting Camp! The event will take place at UUCA: 2650 N Druid Hills Rd NE, Atlanta, GA 30329. The director is Alicia Pillsbury. Tickets to the reading are free, though donations are always welcome.

  5. Sunday, July 7 at 7pm EST - Atlanta Dramatists will host an evening of short scripts. We are still accepting submissions. See details below.

  6. July 10-28 - Academy Theatre will present The Wash by Kelundra Smith. For tickets, please visit: Academy Theatre - Hapeville, GA | Performing Arts & Live Events

  7. Monday, July 22 at 7pm EST - Atlanta Dramatists will host a Zoom reading of Ian Thal's "The Conversos of Venice”. More info will be provided as we get closer.

  8. Monday, August 12 at 7pm - Atlanta Dramatists will host a live in-person reading of Nathan Jerpe's "Flay's Anatomy, Episode IV: Flesh Before Breakfast" at the Academy Theatre. The address is 599 US-19 Hapeville, GA 30354. More info will be provided as we get closer.

***For more upcoming events, please view our Google Doc labeled "Upcoming Events"! ***

Submission Opportunities:

  1. Atlanta Dramatists is accepting short plays and screenplays now for our Zoom short reading series on Sunday, July 7 at 7:30pm EST. In order to ensure a proper casting, we will need your 15-page (or less) samples and cast breakdown by Sunday, June 30. If you would like to participate, please email the script and cast breakdown to dguytonsubmissions@gmail.com with the subject "Atlanta Dramatists - Sunday Meeting". We will accept the first 6 plays. Any more than 6 will be moved to the following session.

    • Samples must be 15 minutes or less. Can be a stand-alone play or a sample from a larger play.

    • Please complete the cast breakdown by clicking this link, downloading this form, updating the info, and then attaching this form to the email.

    • We need to send scripts to the actors in advance, so they can review them. Therefore, we will need the scripts to be sent with the cast breakdown.

    • The Zoom link is: https://gmc-edu.zoom.us/j/86485893763?pwd=K2JYQ0VseTJuMUIvUDdwRklWQmM1Zz09 // Meeting ID: 864 8589 3763 // Passcode: 123456

  2. Atlanta Dramatists is accepting full-length plays for our 4th Monday Full-Length Play Reading Series #4MFLPRS. If you have a full-length play you would like to hear read aloud, please email it to dguytonsubmissions@gmail.com.

Casting Opportunities

  1. Pumphouse Players in Cartersville, GA are holding auditions for a staged reading. The play is titled Soul Sweep by Amina McIntyre. Auditions will be June 17 & 18 in the Lobby at the theatre at 7 or 7:30pm. Auditions are open to all experience levels. The staged reading is July 13 at 7:30pm in Cartersville and there will only be a couple of rehearsals beforehand. Potential rehearsals are June 24 and July 8. Please visit: www.pumphouseplayers.com for more information. Character list:

    • HATTIE MAE BLANTON 25, F, African American. Born in present.

    • TORREY CALVINE 25, M, African American, Born in present

    • LENA 21, F, African American, pregnant, born in 1897 in rural GA, all demeanors/dress are of May 1918,

    • BATTLE A. X 21, M, born in 1948 in Chicago, all demeanors/dress are of December 1969

    • WINSLOW PITTMAN 73, M, African American, born in 1859 in Lumberton, NC, all demeanors/dress are of 1932.

    • TYLAN ANDERS 24, F, African American, “red bone,” Hattie’s best friend, Torrey’s girlfriend.

    • SEVEN 12, male presenting, African American.

  2. Atlanta Dramatists is seeking actors for our Youth Playwriting Camp showcase. On June 28 at 7pm, the students from our Youth Playwriting Camp will present their brand new scripts at UUCA, and we are looking for actors to play the parts. We won't know how many actors we'll need until the camp begins, but if you are interested in playing a part, please let us know at atlantadramatists@gmail.com. ​

  3. Morehouse School of Medicine is casting now for Standardized Patients. This is a pretty well-paid gig wherein you essentially act like medical patients while the medical students try to figure out how to diagnose you. You usually get a clear outline of the character with some scripted dialogue, but much of it is improv, based on the character outline. It's a lot of fun, and several of our members work there. If you are interested, please send your headshot and resume to Dr. Jan Abraham at jeabraham@msm.edu. The schedule is flexible.

  4. Clinical Skills USA is casting now for Simulated Participants (aka Standardized Patients or SP), and they are currently looking for ACTORS of all ethnicities, ages, gender identities and body-types to add to their SP pool. This is part-time contract work, serving clients such as Kennesaw State University, Georgia State University, Mercer University, Emory Nursing School, and Northside Hospital. Pay begins at $22 per hour. Weekday availability is a must. Please send email to Chelsea Dinegan-Davis at cdinegandavis@clinicalskillsusa.com for more info.

Education:

  1. June 24-28 - Atlanta Dramatists and the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta (UUCA) will present their first ever Youth Playwriting Camp. This is a week-long playwriting camp for 13-18 year-olds! Students will learn about play structure, along with characters, conflict, dialogue, and action. Our process will include creative hands-on games and exercises, quiet writing time, guided peer feedback experiences, and one-on-one feedback time with the instructor. Camp will culminate with a Friday night reading of original student-written 8-10 minute plays.

    • When: June 24-28: 9am-2pm, and Friday night showcase at 7pm

    • How much: $225*

    • Where: Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta, 2650 N Druid Hills Rd NE, Atlanta, GA 30329

    • Who: Instructors Alicia Pillsbury & Liz Bigler

    • Bio: Alicia Pillsbury has been a certified teacher for almost 25 years, teaching in a variety of educational settings, with a special focus on all things language arts. She has also worked in educational theatre for 18 years, teaching theatre classes, directing and producing shows, and teaching theatre-related electives, including everything from puppetry to playwriting. Her passion is working with youth and inspiring them to express themselves both on and off the stage through the various avenues that theatre provides.

    • Bio: Liz Bigler has directed and stage-managed youth theater at various venues in Atlanta over a number of years. Besides having her own tutoring business, she works backstage at Roswell Cultural Arts Center and Emory Performing Arts Studio. She's a proud member of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta.

    • To register, please visit: https://atlantadramatists.ludus.com/200454126

    • For more information, please contact Alicia Pillsbury at aliciapillsbury@gmail.com

    • *Need-based discount and before/aftercare available on request.

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Thanks! And we look forward to seeing you at some of our scheduled events!

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Sincerely,
Daniel Guyton
Founding Member

Atlanta Dramatists

Our mailing address is:
Atlanta Dramatists

320 W Broad St

Ste 200

Fairburn, GA 30213

General Information for the Atlanta Area

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Specific Theatre Sites

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     ACT1 Theater  (Alpharetta)

     Act 3 Productions  (Sandy Springs)

     Alliance Theatre

     Actor's Express

 

     Aurora Theatre  (Lawrenceville)
 
     CenterStage North  (Marietta)

     City Springs Theatre Co

     Front Porch Players  (Clayton County)

     Henry Players  (McDonough)

     Horizon Theatre

     Legacy Theatre  (Tyrone)

     Lionheart Theatre  (Norcross)
     
     Live Arts Theatre  (Norcross)

     Main Street Theatre  (Tucker)

     Marietta Theatre Co

     New Depot Players  (Conyers)

     New Theatre in the Square  (Marietta)

     Newnan Theatre Company

     OnStage Atlanta  (Decatur)

     Players Guild @ Sugar Hill

     Pumphouse Players  (Cartersville)

     Shakespeare Tavern Playhouse

     Southside Theatre Guild  (Fairburn)

     Theatrical Outfit

     Woodstock Arts  (Woodstock)

 

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