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Jamie McAteerDewey
Dorothy PittleRosalie
Luke CornelsonNed
Elizabeth Hass­Patty
Nichole Kuehl Ms. Sheinkopf

Kaitlyn DunawayMs. Gordon, Bar Patron, No Vacancy Dancer, Dance Captain
Aaron ShanleyMr. Sanford, Mr. Noble, Jeff, Biker
Ben PartenMr. Hamilton, Mr. Janes, Police Officer
Chris CarterMr. Mooneyham, Mr. Green, Biker
Heather WaltmanMrs. Travis, Ms. Bingham, Biker GF, No Vacancy Dancer
Jacob AllenSnake, Mr. Sanders, Teen in Bar
Jessica WilkersonMrs. Hathaway, Ms. Smith, Biker GF
Julie BrackettMrs. Turner, Ms. Jones, Bar Waitress
Katrina ChandlerEmo 2 (Shonelle) Mrs. Hamiton, Ms. Macapugay, Bar Patron, Security
Paul Barton JonesMr. Spencer, Mr. Woodward, Bar Tender
Tif ChatfieldEmo 1. (Sophie), Ms. Wagner, Bar Waitress, Security
Tres TaylorMr. Williams, Gabe, Bar Patron

Kenny ReidZack
Mia Price  Katie
Mallory MorganFreddie
Keaton YorkLawrence
Elizabeth Casella  – Marcy
Jacy MartinShonelle
Ansley RhodesSummer
Ezra BlakemanMason
Luke RomagnoliBilly
Jiwon LeeTomika
Chase HonJames
Ava RobinsonSophie
Bennet DallasDawson
Evan LarsenMadison
NO VACANCY, The Band – Featuring Tom Reed!

Director – Scott Seidl
Music Director – Lori Van Lenten
Choreographer – Ashley Chasteen
Associate Director – Rebecca Brune
Production Stage Manager – Ashley Gambill
Assistant Stage Manager – Allison Johnson
Dance Captain – Kaitlyn Dunaway

An extraordinary musical that uses Grammy-winning hit songs to convey the journey of African American Women. From Billie Holiday to Beyonce. This engaging musical leaves you elated, as a group of sisters uncover and discover what it means to be a single mom, a Black woman, social justice issues, and a search for truth and healing in grandmas’ attic.

It’s one night only. Your last chance to see the show that won all the awards at the Georgia Theatre Conference before they leave to represent the state of Georgia at the South Eastern Theatre Conference!

March 12 at 7:00PM in the Kroc Center Theatre.

To grab your seats click HERE (link to tickets: )

Do not miss the award-winning Augusta Jr. Player’s performance of SISTAS the Musical

See you at the show! 

What people are saying about The Augusta Jr Players SISTAS

“This engaging musical production leaves you elated. The life of a matriarch intertwined with the lived experiences of her female descendants is relived through the musical legacy of female singers spanning some 80 years.”

“Take your daughters to see this show…especially teenagers. Highly recommended.”

“Tonight’s performance was magnificent!”

“What a treat! This play deserves to be sold out every night! Grab some friends and go on this journey of SISTAS …you won’t regret it!”

“You ladies were great!!!  It made me laugh, it made cry, it made me sad and then it made me happy! I hope I will have the opportunity to see the show again…come back!”

Auditions – March 1st
Callbacks – March 2nd
Performances – April 23rd -24th, 2024.
**NOTE Public Performance April 23rd**
**NOTE School Shows during the Day on April 23rd and 24th**
Looking for performers of all types, ethnicities, shapes, sizes. Ages 17 and up.
Considering all ethnicities for all roles.
Looking for Actors who sing, singers who move well with big personalities.
All roles are open.
General Open Auditions
Friday, March 1st, 7PM & Saturday, March 2nd, 10AM
Callbacks (if necessary)
Saturday March 2nd at 1PM
Jessye Norman School of the Arts
739 Greene Street
Augusta, GA 30901
PLEASE do not call the school with questions and please read this whole notice before calling The Augusta Players.
If you cannot attend the in-person auditions:
Video submissions will also be accepted until 4pm on March 1st, 2024.
Please email video submissions or YouTube links to:
Videos should include:
• Your name, phone number and email address
• A section of a song (See below) no longer than 1 minute.
• If auditioning for a specific character, one of the posted audition songs.
Please prepare a verse and a chorus of a Broadway-style song. You may sing from the show. Please sing something that demonstrates your vocal range and abilities. If you are auditioning for a specific character, please see the character breakdown below and sing the listed song from the show. An accompanist will be provided, but you must provide your own sheet music unless you are singing from the show.
No a cappella singing, please.
Please be prepared for movement by bringing jazz, character or tennis shoes and wearing comfortable clothes. A hard soled, closed toe shoe will be acceptable.
Gymnastics also a plus but not required.
Rehearsals will be held Friday from 6:30pm – 9pm and Saturday from 10am-12pm.
Please bring personal calendars and be prepared to list all conflicts (Fridays & Saturdays) beginning with Friday March 8th, 2024 – April 20th, 2024. Please do not assume that we know when any general holidays are (ie., school breaks, etc) and plan to list those as conflicts if you will be out of town or otherwise engaged. Conflicts must be noted at the audition and will influence casting. Only conflicts noted at the audition will be taken into consideration.
April 19th, 20th, 22nd, 23rd and 24th.

Peter and Starcatcher Audition Notice
Produced by The Augusta Jr Players
A Play by Rick Elice
Based on the Novel by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson
Music by Wayne Baker
Originally produced on Broadway Nancy Nagel Gibbs, Greg Schaffert, Eva Price, Tom Smedes, and Disney Theatrical Productions

Performance Dates: June 13th, 14th, at 7:00 pm and June 15th at 2:00 pm

Production Team:
Director: Christina DeCarlo
Asst. Director: Matt Kridel
Music Director: Jeannie Butler
Stage Manager: Caroline Smith

Assistant Stage Manager: Genesis Gabriel

A young orphan and his mates are shipped off from Victorian England to a distant island ruled by the evil King Zarboff. They know nothing of the mysterious trunk in the captain’s cabin, which contains a precious, otherworldly cargo. At sea, the boys are discovered by a precocious young girl named Molly, a Starcatcher-in-training who realizes that the trunk’s precious cargo is starstuff, a celestial substance so powerful that it must never fall into the wrong hands. When the ship is taken over by pirates – led by the fearsome Black Stache, a villain determined to claim the trunk and its treasure for his own – the journey quickly becomes a thrilling adventure. Featuring a dozen actors portraying more than 100 unforgettable characters, Peter and the Starcatcher uses ingenious stagecraft and the limitless possibilities of imagination to bring the story to life.

After reading this entire notice, if you have questions please call The Augusta Players at 706-826-4707

Friday, March 15th : 7:00 pm-9:00 pm
Saturday, March 16th 1:00-5:30 pm 
Callbacks (if needed): Sunday, March 17th: 1:00 pm 

Auditions will take place at Jessie Norman School of the Arts
739 Greene Street
Augusta, GA 30901

Please do not call the school with questions. 

If you cannot make in person auditions, video submissions will be accepted up until Saturday, March 16th at 5:00 pm. Please send video auditions to:


Signup for an audition spot here:

PLEASE attach the completed audition form which you can download HERE

Looking for performers of all types, ethnicities, shapes, sizes. Ages 13-19

To learn more about the show please explore the following link:

Please memorize one of the provided monologues below for your audition and learn a cut of the provided music below (music coming soon). Please note: Peter and the Starcatcher is a play with music and every cast member will be singing throughout the show. 

Please bring personal calendars and be prepared to list all conflicts (Mondays-Sundays) beginning with April 16th, 2023. Please do not assume that we know when any general holidays are (ie., school breaks, etc) and plan to list those as conflicts if you will be out of town or otherwise engaged. Conflicts must be noted at the audition and will influence casting. Only conflicts noted at the audition will be taken into consideration. NO CONFLICTS ALLOWED FROM June 6th-15th 

Please bring in a filled-in copy of the audition form.


Rehearsal Schedule:

Please note rehearsal schedule is subject to change


Monday, March 25th: 7:00 pm: Parent, Guardian, and Cast Meeting
Tuesday, April 16th: 6:45-9:30 pm: Introduction and Read through
Wednesday, April 17th: 6:45-9:30 pm: Music
Thursday, April 18th: 6:45-9:30 pm: Music
Friday, April 19th: 6:45-9:30 pm: Music
Monday, April 22nd: 6:45-9:30 pm: Music Review
Tuesday, April 23rd: 6:45-9:30 pm: Blocking
Wednesday, April 24th: 6:45-9:30 pm: Blocking
Thursday, April 25th: 6:45-9:30 pm: Blocking
Saturday, April 27th: 10:00 am-4:00 pm: Blocking
Monday, April 29th: 6:45-9:30 pm: Blocking
Tuesday, April 30th: 6:45-9:30 pm: Blocking
Wednesday, May 1st: 6:45-9:30 pm: Blocking
Thursday, May 2nd: 6:45-9:30 pm: Blocking
Saturday, May 4th: 10:00 am-4:00 pm: Blocking/Choreography
Monday, May 6th: 6:45-9:30 pm- Blocking
Tuesday, May 7th: 6:45-9:30 pm-Blocking
Wednesday, May 8th: 6:45-9:30 pm-Music Review
Thursday, May 9th: 6:45-9:30 pm- Run Act 1
Saturday, May 11th: 10:00 am-4:00 pm: Blocking/Choreography
Monday, May 13th: 6:45-9:30 pm: Blocking
Tuesday, May 14th: 6:45-9:30 pm: Blocking
Wednesday, May 15th: 6:45-9:30 pm: Blocking
Thursday, May 16th: 6:45-9:30 pm: Blocking
Monday, May 20th: 6:45-9:30 pm: Music Review/Blocking
Tuesday, May 21st: 6:45-9:30 pm: Run Act 2
Wednesday, May 22nd: 6:45-9:30 pm: Work through Act 2
Thursday, May 23rd: 6:45-9:30 pm: Work Through Act 1
Tuesday, May 28th: 6:45-9:30 pm: Run Act 1
Wednesday: May 29th 6:45-9:30 pm: Run Act 2 

Thursday: May 30th: 6:45 pm-10:30 pm: Run Show
Monday, June 3rd: 6:45 pm-10:30 pm: Run Show
Tuesday, June 4th: 6:45-10:30 pm: Run Show
Wednesday, June 5th: 6:45-10:30 pm: Run Show
Thursday, June 6th: 6:45-10:30 pm: Designer Run
Saturday, June 8th: 9:00 am-4:00 pm: TECH AT DFA
Sunday, June 9th: 9:00 am-4:00 pm: TECH AT DFA
Monday, June 10th: 4:30 pm-10:00 pm: TECH at DFA
Tuesday, June 11th: 4:30 pm-10:00 pm: TECH at DFA
Wednesday, June 12th: 4:30 pm-10:00 pm: TECH at DFA
Thursday, June 13th: 5:00 pm CALL- 7:00 SHOW at DFA
Friday, June 14th: 5:00 pm CALL- 7:00 SHOW at DFA
Saturday, June 15th: 12:30 pm CALL -2:00 SHOW (STRIKE AFTER SHOW- all required to attend) 



Please choose any 16 bars of Sailors and Seaman to sing for your audition. Audio can be found here:
Auditionees should sing in the octave that best fits their vocal range. 


Audition Monologues for Peter and the Starcatcher:


Tell you what: You say ”sorry” so easy, like the rough patch’s smoothed over, no hard feelings and everything’s fixed. Well, no. There’s dark … a mass of darkness in the world, and if you get trapped in the cave like us, it beats you down. “Sorry” can’t fix it. Better to say nothing than sorry. (hearing his mother’s song, far away) When it’s night, and I’m too scared to sleep, I look through the cracks- y’know?-between the wood nailed over the window, and I see all those little stars that I can’t reach, and I think that in a hundred years, or two or three hundred maybe, boys’ll be free and life’ll be so beautiful that nobody’ll ever say “sorry” again- ‘cuz nobody’ll have to. I think about that a lot.


First class ain’t what it used to be. ’Course, back in my salad days, I was a green girl bringing up brats in a big, breezy brownstone in Brighton. That was a tight spot, too, and hell on the household help. Especially the kitchen boy-a lovely island lad who worked wonders with a cannelloni, plus a pasta fazool to make you drool. But oh, it made the master mad how the mistress moaned fer’is manicotti. He beat the boy something brutal, but the boy didn’t say boo. Point is- we must button our beaks and be brave like that boy, or my name’s not Betty Bumbrake. Now, you might well be afraid you’ll never clap eyes on your father again, and it cuts me to the core, but never show that sorry Slank the slightest sniff of fear. There are men who can smell it on you, Molly, and they make you pay…(breaks down blubbering)


I see.(then, to Aster) Perchance you think a treasure trunk sans treasure has put my piratical drawers in a twist? How wrong you are. Yes, I’d hope to be hip-deep in diamonds, but they’re a poor substitute for what I really crave a bona fide hero to help me feel whole. For without a hero, what am I? Half villain; a pirate in part; ruthless, but toothless. And then I saw heroic old you, and I thought, “Maybe? Can it be? Is he the one I’ve waited for? Would he, for example, give up something precious for the daughter he loves?” But atlas, he gives up sand. Now, let’s see: hero with treasure, very good. Hero with no treasure…doable. No hero and a trunk full o’ sand? Not s’ much (suddenly monstrous) NOW, WHERE’S MY TREASURE?!?

PETER: (dreaming) That you, Molly? I’m Coming! Wait for me!(bolts upright, awake) Molly, Wait! (Realizes, alarmed) No, not s’posed to sleep! S’posed to be guarding the trunk, not- What if she came and- I DID WHAT YOU SAID, MOL—dragged it right up a mountain! (silence) Nope, no Molly (blinded by the glare) So. . . bright. Holy- know what that is? That must be the sun! I’m feeling you, sun! (realizing how much he can see) And check- it-out!!! Space. Light . Air. I’m finally FREE! And I’m gonna have . . . freedoms! Whatever I want. (A yellow bird enters and and alights on his shoulder!) Whoa. Hey bird, wassup? Me? Well, let’s see. . . Saved the world. Got a name. Not too shabby. I just—I wonder if Teddy and Prentiss made it off the ship before it sank. I mean, how weird would it be if they—(a chill up his spine, looks up) Please let them be okay. (scared now, a lost boy) Bird, we should make a pact. I don’t leave you, you don’t leave me. Deal? (bird flies off.) No! Come back! I don’t wanna be alone! COME BACK!


I’m a romantic! There’s a poet in these pirate veins, and so I plug into the muse. (holds his hand out to Smee for a manicure) But what to do? Which style to use? Iambic? Box office poison. Haiku? Over my dead granny. (suddenly vicious to Smee) Mind the cuticle, Smee! (Eureka!) Hoopah! Got it! (a steely glare at Aster)

A pirate with scads of panache

Wants the key to the trunk with the cash.

Now, here’s some advice:

Tho’ I seem to be nice –

I’LL CUT YOU!!! Slit you up one side ‘n’ down the other so ye can watch yer own stomach flop around on the deck. (Aster doesn’t flinch) I say, Smee- you did explain to my lord that I’m a bloodthirsty outlaw?


You stop that right now. I won’t answer any such question. You’re leaning toward the sentimental and that’s all well and good for a boy, but the fact is we girls can’t afford to be sentimental. We must instead be strong. And when I marry, I shall make it very clear to this person – that sentimentality is not on the calendar. He will have to lump it or leave it. And if he should leave, I’ll stay a spinster and pin my hair back and volunteer weekends at the hospital. And I will love words for their own sake, like “hyacinth” and “Piccadilly” and “onyx.” And I’ll have a good old dog, and think what I like, and be a part of a different sort of family, with friends, you know? – who understand that things are only worth what you’re willing to give up for them.


Well, well. . . nice of you to drop in. I’m Teacher—that’s what I’m called. And yes, I speak English. I know your name is Peter. I know a lot of things. You don’t need a raft to get home, and you don’t need the Wasp. All you need is starstuff. Listen to Teacher. When you rode the trunk to this island, seawater seeped inside. Then the starstuff in the trunk enchanted the water. The  water enchanted the fish in the wake of the trunk. Then the waves washed the water right into this grotto, where I was swimmin’. The starstuff’ll change you, too. It makes you what you want to be. Sky’s the limit. You could even fly yourself home maybe, just like you dreamed. See? You’re changing already, Peter Pan. Shouldn’t you be on your way? Molly’s going to beat you to that trunk.


Wait a minute, wait a minute, I’m the leader, and I say we got some things. The leader has to be a boy. It doesn’t matter how old you are! This is Ted, but I call him Tubby, ‘cuz he’s food obsessed. (to Ted) Yeah, you are! D’you write poems about pie? Hide beans in your blanket? Faint at the merest whisper of—(to Molly) get this— (back to Ted) sticky pudding? (watches Ted faint at the sound) Like I said, food obsessed. I’m Prentiss. I’m in charge here. Don’t take him (about boy) personally. He’s rude to everybody. It’s why he gets beatings and why he’s got no friends. He doesn’t have a name. Been orphan’d too long to remember. Grempkin calls him. . . mule! (laughs cruelly then grabs his stomach in hunger) (to Molly) Ok, You can be like temporary leader—but only ‘til we eat.


(to Stache) Rest yerself a while. Smee’ll track yer treasure solo. Hmm. We could lure ‘em Cap’n! Lure ‘em yes, down here to the beach. In which case, we shall need—A magnet! A really big one. That’ll attract ‘em! (Smacks himself on the head) Stupid idea, Smee. Stupid, stupid!(A distant ROAR. Smee looks down at his stomach) Tweren’t I, Cap’n. (See giant Croc) Oh Captain? Captain Stache!!???!! Aghhh! He’s chewing all the scenery, sir. Abandon Scene! Abandon Scene! (runs off)


Your neck-thing is glowing. . .and ringing. Yes it is! (in response to Molly) Sticky Pudding! (practically fainting, then recovering himself) Tell me again what was it called, what we ate? (making a mental note to remember) Pork chops, pork salad, and pork belly pie. Mmmmmm “Pork”—beautiful word. Your neck thing! It’s ringing again! (Sees a flying cat) Ahhhh! Slank’s Cat! It’s FLYING!! (in response to Molly again) Sticky Pudding!. . .

A bedtime story? What’s that? Hard to have a bedtime when you don’t have a bed. (Shrugs and settles down to listen to Molly’s story before falling asleep) (sleepily) Mmmmmm. . . . Pork.

Cast Breakdown:

Black Stache

A notorious pirate, terrorizing the seven seas in search of a worthy adversary. Heartless, hirsute, and suspiciously well read. Partial to the poetical and theatrical, which causes him to behave quite flamboyantly.

Molly Aster

A young girl and Starcatcher apprentice who is taken aboard the Neverland as precious cargo. Curious and intelligent, she is only beginning to understand the confusing romantic longings that come with her age. She will risk anything for the sake of what is right.


A lonely and hardened orphan who doesn’t miss much. Nameless, homeless, and friendless at the beginning of the play and a hero by the end. He wants a home and a family more than anything, and dreams of a life of being free.


The schoolmaster of St. Norbert’s Orphanage for Lost Boys. Mean and malodorous, he revels in keeping his boys in the dark and malnourished. Optional Doublings include: FIGHTING PRAWN; MACK; SÁNCHEZ.

Mrs. Bumbrake

Molly’s nanny, a stereotypical British cad and outfitted with the duty of teaching Molly about womanhood. She still has enough charm in her age to attract a sailor or two. Optional Doubling as TEACHER.

Bill Slank

The vicious orphaned captain of the Neverland. Does not possess the capacity to lead anyone but himself, which puts himself constantly in disaster. Greedy enough to send boys to their doom for the chance of gaining starstuff. Optional Doubling as HAWKING CLAM.


Black Stache’s first mate. He is single-mindedly dedicated to his captain’s every whim.


An orphan, ambitious, hyper articulate, and logical. He yearns to be leader, even when he knows in his heart that he’ll never be one. A bit of a blowhard with a touch of cowardice.


A seafarer, an old sea dog proud of his tenure. His kind heart gives him an appeal to the feminine sensibility.

Lord Leonard Aster

Molly’s father, a loyal subject to the Queen. The very model of a Victorian English gentleman, he is a faithful friend and a secret Starcatcher.

Captain Robert Falcon Scott

Lord Aster’s old school friend, the captain of the Wasp, Britain’s fastest frigate. Lives with nautical bravura and heroic patriotism.


An orphan obsessed with food. A natural performer with easy wit and quite poetic language.


Sailors; Seamen; Seafarers; Orphans; Pirates; Mermaids; Mollusks; Narrators

Thank you to everyone that auditioned. You were all awesome!

Congratulations to the cast of THE CLAW

Presented by The Augusta JR Players
Performances at the Kroc Center Theater, March 22 & 23!
Tickets available soon.

Book, Music, & Lyrics by: Denver Casado, Jessica Penzias, Kerry Kazmierowicztrimm, Christyn Budzyna, & Jack Mitchell

Dot: Carson Lentz
Aiden: Silas Reese
Claw: Aeris Chad
Bearonica: Gabby Las
Bearlin: Brynn Lentz
Bearnard: Molly Wilson
Bearnacle: Ivy Ellington
Beary- Chapman Drafts
Shakesbear: Harrison Young
Bearbara- Betsy Wynn
Bearoline: Ava Newsome
Mystic 8-Ball: Skyler Brooks
Wallee The Walrus: McKinley Todd
El The Elephant: Maddix Raymer
Mo The Moose: Jett Hutchins
Ren: Liam Clark
Del: Jett Norville
Van: Mattie Cagle
Cam: Jaxon Norville
Sal: Grayson Rosario

Toby Clark
Killian Gambill
Millie Powell – Williams
Shayla Bowles
Elsie Rosario
Braxton Brotherton
Isabella Cook

Director: Kyndra Allsup
Stage Manager: Renee Rolle
Music Director: Candy Schaeffer
Choreographer: Ava Robinson
Costume Designer: Emily Rosario

February 23, 24, 25 at the Imperial Theatre

Music by Henry Krieger
Book & Lyrics by Tom Eyen

Director: Sean Moton
Music Director: Paul Barton-Jones
Choreographer: Santrena Hammonds
Production Stage Manager: Ashley Gambill
Costume Designer: Monique Gold
Lighting Designer: Ben Rawson

Effie…….. Christina Shorter
Deena….. Janika Ivey
Lorrell….. Jewette Mukenge
Michelle .. Tiana Coach
Jimmy…… Kris Rolle
CC………. KJ Welcher
Curtis…… Terrell Pressley
Marty…… Xavier Hobbs

Kiara Iman
Shantelle Wheeler
Katrina Chandler
Kimberly Kelly
Britni Matila
Janiyah Huff
Sharee Hood
Charlissa Smith
Kimova Cook
Tara Claitt
Jashawn Boles
Kosygin Huff
Josh Anderson
Jayden Bush
Djibril Djigal
Nkosi Johnson
Quentin Porter

Featured Ensemble:
Stepsisters – Charlissa, Kiara, Kimora, Kim
Charlene – Shantelle Wheeler
The Sweethearts – Ansleigh Davis, Maggie Christine
Joann – Tara Claitt
True Tones – Kosigyn Huff , Jayden Bush, Djibril Djigal, Quentin Porter,
M.C. – Nkosi Johnson
Tiny Joe Dixon – Jayshawn Bush
Wayne – Kosygin Huff
Jerry – Josh Anderson
Carl – Djibril Djigal
Others – TBD

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The Augusta Players is thrilled to announce our brand new “a.r.t.s” Program! Augusta Readers Theatre for Senior Citizens is bringing the experience of theatre to those who may not want to memorize a script and those with limited mobility. Without the need to memorize, and with little to no movement required we open the stage for those aged 55 & up.

This free program meets three times a month for rehearsal and concludes with a public performance. Each short story is about 10 minutes long and each session contains 4 different short stories for rehearsal and performance. All rehearsals and performances will take place at La Chat Noir (304 8th St, Augusta, GA 30901).

Readers Theatre: Session One
Rehearsals: November 4th, November 11th, November 18th 9:00 am-11:00 am
Perfo1mance: December 2nd at 10:30 am

The Christmas Trnce by Aaron Shepard
Not the Night Before Christmas by Carol Montgome1y
The Baker’s Dozen: A Saint Nicholas Tale told by Aaron Shepard
Peddler Polly and the Story Stealer By Aaron Shepard

Readers Theatre: Session Two
Rehearsals: February 17th, February 24th, March 2nd 9:00 am-11 :00 am
Performance: March 9th at 10:30 am

The Legend of Lightning Larry by Aaron Shepard
More Than a Match by Aaron Shepard
The Borrower and the Boy by Mary  Norton
The Legend of Slappy Hooper An American Tall Tale by Aaron Shepard

Registration for Readers Theatre begins on October 16th at 10:00 a.m. To sign up please call 706-826-4707
to register or by emailing or

Please reach out to with any questions.

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