THE ADDAMS FAMILY Musical by Marshall Brickman, Rick Elise
THE ADDAMS FAMILY
Musical by Marshall Brickman, Rick Elise, and Andrew Lippa
Lakeview Academy: CeCe Conrath, Director
The weird and wonderful world of Gomez & Morticia Addams come to devilish delight as their daughter Wednesday falls in love with
Lucas, a young man from a respectable and conservative family. With help from meddling Uncle Fester, Grandma and some
ghoulish ancestors, the young couple tries to gain favor from both sides of the family.
BIG FISH THE MUSICAL
Musical by Andrew Lippa and John August
West Forsyth High School: Eric Gray, Director
The story of Edward Bloom, a larger than life man who tells fantastic stories of his life. When he is diagnosed with
cancer/Alzheimer’s there isn’t much time to repair relationships. But the story does not end there, we can all be the hero of our story
if we just believe. An incredible musical that will move you and leave you wanting more.
CHILDREN OF EDEN
Musical by John Caird and Stephen Schwarts
South Forsyth High School: Kirk Grizzle, Director
This production of CHILDREN OF EDEN is a creative theatrical setting of Adam and Eve’s journey through the Garden of Eden
through the life of Cain and Abel. Although only the first act of the full length musical, it is complete with a beginning, middle, and
Milton High School: Larry Smith, Director
Explore the yearning to hold onto hope even when the odds are not in one’s favor. A newly wedded couple is separated through an
untimely event that ends in an assumed death. As one of the lovers travels into the underworld and searches for a way out, the
other lover’s faith and courage tries to find meaning in the separation.
THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK
Drama by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett
Dalton High School: Wes Phinney, director
The Pulitzer Prize-winning drama based on Anne Frank’s diary of her family’s time in hiding following the Nazi takeover of
Amsterdam in 1942.
Musical by Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber
Calhoun High School: Julia Leggett, Director
Argentina’s First Lady Eva Peron is the subject of this musical masterpiece. At 15, she escaped her dirt-poor existence for the bright
lights of Buenos Aires. Driven by ambition, she was a star at 22, the president's mistress at 24, First Lady at 27, and dead at 33,
leaving a fascinating political legacy unique in the 20th century.
FIVE KINDS OF SILENCE
Drama by Shelagh Stephenson
McIntosh High School: Ken Buswell, Director
Billy, a violent and troubled man, controls his wife and two daughters through physical, sexual, and psychological abuse. After his
death, the three women struggle to make sense of their experiences. Disturbing and through-provoking, the play explores the cycle
of abuse and effects upon its victims.
(Contains mature language and themes)
Musical by John Michael Tebelak and Stephen Schwartz
North Oconee High School: Leslie Summer, Director
A modernized take…Set in a post-apocalyptic world, humanity is lost until the visionary John the Baptist arrives and announces the
arrival of change and a man named Jesus. Through parables, unity, and music, humanity is changed forever.
INTO THE WOODS
Musical by James Lapine and Stephen Sondheim
West Hall High School: Sarah Lindahl & Miro Gomez, Directors
A childless baker and his wife endeavor to lift their family curse by journeying into the woods where they encounter a Witch,
Cinderella, Jack, Little Red, and other classic fairy tale characters. They all must learn the responsibility that comes with getting
what you want.
LEGALLY BLONDE THE MUSICAL
Musical by Heather Hach, Laurence O’Keefe, and Neil Benjamin
Glynn Academy: Shirley Spencer, Director
Elle Woods follows her boyfriend, Warner, to Harvard – but there she finds her true identity.
THE MIRACLE WORKER
Drama by William Gibson
Forsyth Central High: Colleen Quigley, Director
The story of Helen Keller, deaf and blind since infancy, who finds her way into the world of knowledge and understanding with the
help of Annie Sullivan, her teacher.
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM
Play by William Shakespeare
Whitfield Academy: Kayla Marsh, Directors
A midsummer night of misunderstanding, mischief, and magic! Set in Athens, “Georgia” with social media and pop culture
integration as a commentary on technology as well as the magic of theatre.
MOON OVER BUFFALO
Comedy by Ken Ludwig
Harris County High School: Valerie Longshore-Sargent, Director
The Hayes try to prepare for a production where Frank Capra will be in attendance. However, obstacles keep prohibiting their
THE MUSIC MAN
Musical by Meredith Willson
Northside High School: Brian Barnett, Director
Fast-talking salesman Harold Hill cons the people of River City, Iowa into buying instruments and uniforms for a boy’s band he vows
to organize – despite the fact that he doesn’t know a trombone from a treble clef! His plan to skip town with the cash is foiled when
he falls for Marian the librarian, who transforms him into a respectable citizen by curtain’s fall.
OVER THE RIVER AND THROUGH THE WOODS
Comedy by Joe DiPietro
North Hall High School, Warner Robins: Jan Ewing, Director
A comedy about Nick, the grandson of Italian transplants to New Jersey, their relationship, and the difficulties of understanding
Drama by Robert Lawson
North Forsyth High School: Mary Hayes Ernst, director
A uniquely crafted reworking of Moby Dick, more a poetic fantasia than a literal adaptation of the familiar characters and themes
from the classic work. With an array of songs, contemporary humor, and the weaving of various myths, a group of whalers set off on
an epic hunt.
Drama by D. W. Gregory
Newnan High School: Bob Ramseur, director
In 1926, radium was a miracle cure and luminous watches the latest rage until the girls who painted them began to fall ill with a
mysterious disease. Inspired by the true story of Grace Fryer, a dial painter, as she fights for her day in court.
SPOON RIVER ANTHOLOGY
Play by Charles Aidman based on the works of Edgar Lee Masters
DeKalb School of the Arts: Candace Lambert, Director
Through monologues and music, the audience is introduced in a cemetery to the ghosts of those who were inhabitants of the town
of Spoon River and whose secrets have gone with them to the grave.
Drama by Peter Tarsi
Grady High School: Tatyana Sampson, Director
A group of strangers meet in a dirty subway station. Soon they learn there is no way out of the station and the unfortunate truth is
told to them: they are all dead. The train leaving from on platform must be bound for heaven, while the train leaving from the other
must be bound for hell. But which platform are they on?
WHY DO WE LAUGH?
Comedy by Stephen Gregg
Franklin County High School: Charity Henry, director
This is an endearing and funny play about love (and hate) and the way two people grow together and change each other over a