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Theatre Works is a not-for-profit theatrical company based out of Atlanta, Georgia.



Theatre Works was fortunate in presenting “Peter Pan” to three nights of sold out audiences in February 2020.  Shortly after our closing night things started to shut down in theaters all across America.

We successfully presented three plays during 2019.  In September folks laughed along to the “Scottish Play” when we launched the hilarious “Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen’s Guild Dramatic Society’s production of Shakespeare’s Macbeth”.  All fear and abhorrence supplanted by miscues, innocuous witches and fun.

In July and earlier in March we featured scores of kids along with adults in “How To Eat Like A Child” and “Annie the Musical.”  Each played to a full house.

Most recently – THANKFULLY – we returned to the stage! On an outdoor stage in late April we delighted eagerly returning audiences to a show we designed called, “Theater is Back … with Song.”  With short skits and tunes from “Sound of Music”, “The King & I”, “Annie Get Your Gun”, “Annie, the Musical”, “The Greatest Showman”, and “South Pacific”, and “Peter Pan” our audience, once again, could enjoy theater they love.

We look forward to a full slate of shows in the coming months.

Some other history:

THEATRE WORKS cast over 30 children in Delia Ephron’s, John Forster’s and Judith Kahan’s musical “How to Eat Like a Child…and other Lessons in Not Being A Grown-Up”.  Interesting way to allow our campers to put what they learn to teach adults how to be a kid again!

A large adult cast – plus a young boy -- presented William Nicolson’s true story of C. S. Lewis in “Shadowlands.” The play provided an intimate look at the beloved Lewis coming face-to-face with his own professed beliefs as he confronted the imminent passing of his wife.

Several summers ago, THEATRE WORKS presented a dramatized reading of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “The Great Gatsby”.  This play provided an opportunity for quite a few people to perform on stage for the very first time as they gathered in the luster of Gatsby’s famed evening garden parties along the shore.

Well-received previous works included William Gibson’s moving “Miracle Worker” and family favorites “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever” and “The Homecoming,” a staged version of the Walton’s television Christmas Special.

We also proudly note that Amy Shaw, who recently won accolades for her portrayal of Patsy Cline in Out of Box Theatre’s presentation of “Always…Patsy Cline,” cited as one of her two favorite roles that of Pawn and Colonel King in THEATRE WORKS production of “The Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townwomen’s Guild Dramatic Society Murder Mystery”.