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  1. What a wonderful experience, I enjoyed every moment. Funny, uplifting and felt as my friend said when it was over, I was not ready for it to end. I would recommend it for everyone. Bonnie Dupree, Fayetteville, Ga.

    1. Thank you so much, both for this lovely comment, and for coming to our show. I hope you will be in future audiences!

      Karen Ferrell-White
      Director, The Miracle Worker

    1. Hi, Ron. I haven’t put the actual audition notes up yet because auditions aren’t till June 12/13, but yes! I need a woman in her late 50s or 60s and a man, same age. The man is supposed to be 63, the woman 60, but those numbers are pliable; I’m going to be looking at people in their 50s up to maybe even late 60s. Many people don’t look their ages, and make-up can do wonders. Frank Garrett, the older man, is described as “an insurance salesman from Connecticut; Willy Loman from DEATH OF A SALESMAN, if his life had turned out better; good humored and slightly befuddled.” I don’t know if you were interested in his wife’s description, but she is “the sort of woman who always remembers your birthday and the contents of your medicine cabinet.” The two have been married for 37 years, and she has left him, saying only, “You don’t bring me flowers,” which is of course not the real reason whatsoever. The father goes, without his wife’s knowledge, to the apartment of his software developer son in NYC, and the mother (without the father’s knowledge) has gone to her daughter’s house in Connecticut. The play is almost farce-like as it follows the efforts of the son and daughter to get the parents back together (and out of their homes!).

  2. Karen and Katherine and all:
    Don and I thoroughly enjoyed Tokens of Affection. The FPP did a great job – as always. I want to wish all the nominees the best of luck at the upcoming awards show.

  3. Tokens of Affection is a laughing out loud experience! I could not stop from laughing – something I rarely do at a play, movie, etc. Needless to say I really enjoyed every minute of it. Not only is it funny, it is so true to life. The choice of plays was terrific, great writer, and so are the actors! #1!

    1. Thank you so much! We’re so glad you enjoyed the show! Please come back and see us again!

  4. Hi, I was wondering if you had a Gift Certificate I could buy for Season tickets, I would like this as a Christmas Present please contact me

  5. Hey my name is Chris Harbour and I am the theatre director at Ola High School in nearby McDonough. We are doing Beauty and the Beast as our spring musical. (Your beast is actually one of our teachers). Is there a way to contact the director of the show? Thank you

  6. Hello,
    I’m currently a student at Clayton State University looking for casting info to get experience and hone my craft. Where can I find your casting information?

    1. Hi; we don’t have the casting information for our next show (Leading Ladies, by Ken Ludwig) up yet. I hope to have it up soon, since auditions are March 12 and 13. It will be open, non-paying, non-Equity; 5 men, 3 women. Show dates June 2-4 and 9-11. Generally rehearsals are Sunday afternoons (long one–usually 4 hours) and one weekday till the last 3 weeks to a month; we are hosting a new director, however, and we don’t yet have her preferred schedule.

  7. Beauty and the Beast is ur best show ever. The sets, costumes, characters, choreography and singing were all awesome. Enjoy your closing show. Applause applause

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