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A bimonthly newsletter for Rome Little Theatre and Friends of the DeSoto members and contributors


Contents Office Offerings ……….………. Beyond the RLT ……….……… Reading Committee ………… Glass Menagerie Photos …. Gala Invitation ………………… RLT Members …………………. Auditions ………………………... Broadway Spect 4 Cast …….

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Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm and Sundays at 2:30pm


Allison Cox Laura Dutton Nathan Phillips Kara Cox Wendell W. Barnes, Jr. Daniel Murchland Mary Asbury Ginger McClure Rachael Clark Katie Price Katherine Clonts Sam Bryant Ella Claire Chambless Cannon Rogers Bre Lieberman

Marta ……..…………………… Gretl ….…….….………….… Boy Understudy/Festival Trio Girl Understudy/Festival Trio Rolf Gruber ….…….….…… Herr Zeller ….…….…….… Admiral Von Schreiber ……. Baron Elberfeld/Festival Trio Nun/Baroness Elberfeld .… Nun/Festival Soloist ..…..… Nun/Party Guest .…..……… Postulants/Party Guests … Postulants .…….…………… Party Guests/Nazi Soldiers


June 1 - June 10, 2012 Shows are Friday and Saturday nights at 8pm and Sundays at 2:30pm


Shakespeare in HOLLYWOOD

Maria .….………… Mother Abbess ….… Captain Von Trapp Elsa Schraeder .……. Max Detweiler ..….… Franz - the Butler ….. Frau Schmidt Sister Margaretta … Sister Sophia .….… Sister Berthe ……..… Liesl ….….……….… Friedrich .….….…… Louisa …..………… Kurt ….…….………… Brigitta ….….…..…..

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Cate Petteway Jordan Poe Zac Mitchell Autumn Coughlin Andrew Owen Bruce Watson Wayne Jones Kevin Morang Mandy Maloney Jessica Kennedy Renee Mathis Cardie McClure Laura Sims Rosa Dobbs, Sarah Freeman Alex Mitchell Andy Phillips Don Schlitz

Non-show weeks: Tuesday – Friday 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM Show weeks: Monday – Friday 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM Saturday 2:00 PM – 6:00 PM Sunday 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM

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2011-2012 Board of Directors Officers President Chuck Morris VP of Membership Carol Murchland VP of Production Ben Peck VP of Public Relations Allison Cox VP of Communication Megan Keating Treasurer Wayne Jones Secretary Pam Shoemaker

With Mary Ortwein, RLT Office Manager his year our Gala is being held at the DeSoto on Saturday, June 30. We hope that many of you will be there to enjoy the festivities. Your invitations and information letters will be sent soon. Now is the time to plan on renewing memberships for next season. Don't forget that, as a member, you can receive 20% discount on an advertisement in our master program. 30 Years in the DeSoto is our theme for the upcoming 2012-2013 Season. All of us in Rome, GA, owe a huge thanks to the smart, brave group of RLT members who chose to buy the DeSoto Theatre building in 1981. Keith Finley and Joel Jones signed the contract, and after many years RLT paid off the loan. Though we no longer own the building, the DeSoto continues to be our home. So let's celebrate the 30 years we've had here, and enjoy the years ahead of us! RLT congratulations go out to our most recent Maria, Allison Cox, who is getting married to Will Dolbeer on June 23 at Berry College. Best wishes for a happy life together!

We extend sincere condolences to Tammy Childers and all of her family, on the recent death of her mother-in-law. May she rest in God's peace. Glenn Bowman is one of our RLT teens who has been involved with lots of theater in Atlanta. We miss seeing him but are glad that he's continuing to learn. Way to go, Glenn!!! Levi Burdick, who was last seen as our Count Dracula, is rehearsing for Rome Celebrity Dancing Challenge on August 18 . Have fun & break a Leg, Levi! A workday is planned for Saturday, June 16, to finish moving our set pieces and prop inventory to Broad Street. Southeastern Mills (thanks to Coni Carey) is loaning a truck to transport everything we decide to keep. As they say, "Many hands make light work", so please let Ben Peck, Tiff Magruder or Kim Dixon know if you are able to volunteer. ÂŤ

See you at the theatre!

Past President/Parliamentarian Jason Fordham

Members at Large John Barnett Neal Brackett David Clonts Suzanne Clonts Tiff Magruder Mary Walker

Office Manager Mary Ortwein Event Coordinator Tracy Hellriegel Volunteer Coordinator Kim Dixon Rome Little Theatre At the historic DeSoto Theatre 530 Broad St. Rome GA 30161 Mailing Address: PO Box 1063 Rome GA 30162, Inc. Backstage Pass is published bimonthly and is free to Rome Little Theatre and Historic DeSoto Theatre Foundation members and Contributors.

Newsletter Design provided by: Keating Design Works

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he hills around Rome are alive with “The Sound of Music,” and after you have enjoyed seeing EVERY performance of this wonderful, classic musical, there are plenty of other theatre offerings nearby to keep your summer cool. We have enjoyed preparing “The Sound of Music” for your pleasure. And let’s face it, you can only take so much sunshine, and the air conditioned coolness of a dark theatre is a welcome respite from the intense Georgia heat. So come with me on a journey as we explore other theatre options all summer long “Beyond the RLT!” Next up at the DeSoto this summer will be RLT’s fourth edition of our popular musical theatre review, “Broadway Spectacular IV.” I helped cast the talent for this production and you are sure to enjoy the multitude of talented Romans who will be presenting songs and dances from past RLT shows. The show will have performances on Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00, and Sundays at 2:30 for two weekends only (as is usual for RLT,) July 20th-29th. Please note that this is a change from the originally announced dates. Berry College and Shorter University theatre companies are both dark this summer. The Pumphouse Players in Cartersville’s Legion Theatre is a year-‘round theatre, and things are jumping as usual at the Legion. If you receive this in time, you might be able to catch the last few productions of “The Frankenstein Summer,” a play about a group of literary greats who come together to collaborate on writing the classic horror story “Frankenstein,” and it is based on historical fact. The last performances are May 18 and 19 and the play starts Darlington graduate and former faculty member, Morgan McCrary. Next up for PHP is Ken Ludwig’s hilarious backstage farce, “Moon Over Buffalo,” running June 15th-23rd. Their next summer production, “Radio TBS,” is a hilarious new Southern comedy set in a trailer park, and it will run August 16th-25th. Our northern neighbor, Calhoun Little Theatre’s summer production will be at the end of the summer, and it’s the hilarious and RLT favorite comedy “The Foreigner.” This time the production will be for one weekend only, beginning on Thursday, August 23rd, and will run Friday and Saturday August 24th and 25th, 7:00 p.m. and Sunday, August 26th 3:00 p.m. As always, the Fabulous Fox Theatre is teeming with summer productions. By the time you read this, running May 22nd-June 10th, is the return of the Tony Award-winning Best Musical which is still running on Broadway, “Jersey Boys,” the story of the singing group “The Four Seasons.” Reba and I saw this twice the first time it was at the Fox, and I have plans to do so again this year! Don’t miss this production, but be prepared to hear a few “f bombs” dropped – after all, it is about a bunch of young guys New Jersey in the early 1960”s! Later in the summer we are all looking forward to the return of another national tour of another Tony Award-winner, Mel Brooks’ “The Producers,” which holds the record for most Tonys won--12! This production comes to the Fox on July 24th-29th. Eternal teenager and amazing Olympic gymnast and singer Cathy Rigby will return to the Fox in her acclaimed production of “Peter Pan,” and you will not believe this 59-year old performer as she gyrates over the heads of the audience and sings gloriously as “the Boy Who Won’t Grow Up.” Cathy will take over the Fox August 7th-12th. Following this is the first visit ever of a recently closed Broadway hit, “The Addams Family,” based on the Charles Addams popular cartoons. The music is hilarious and we are all looking forward to this visit to Atlanta


August 14th-19th. And get ready for the long-awaited return of a new production of Rodgers’ and Hammerstein’s classic “The King and I” Sept. 5th-11th. What a summer! The Alliance Theatre is dark this summer, but we will be waiting breathlessly for the opening show of the 2012-2013 season, a new romantic comedy by Atlantan Pearl Cleage entitled “What I Learned in Paris” on September 5th. More information will follow about the Alliance’s upcoming season in the next newsletter. As usual, the New American Shakespeare Tavern is continuing with their offerings of a new show each month. Finishing up on May 27th is “Geoffrey Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales,” and coming up this summer are “As You Like It” May 31st-July 1st (the only Shakespearean play I have been able to appear in!), to be followed by “Twelfth Night” July 5th-29th. It looks like they will be dark in August as they gear up for the completion of The Shakespeare Evolution Series: The Comedies, with their productions in September of “Measure for Measure” and “All’s Well That Ends Well” as the kickoff for their 2012-2013, season which includes The Shakespeare Evolution Series: The Tragedies. The Tavern is lots of fun with its authentic British pub menu and Irish beers, so give it a go this summer. I enjoyed the last show of the Theatrical Outfit at the Balzer Theatre downtown so much, “A Wrinkle in Time,” and while there had a chat with Executive Artistic Director, Tom Key, who will be presenting a reprise of his renowned one man show, “C.S. Lewis On Stage” for one weekend only, June 8th-10th for five performances only. Tom is a force of nature and a blessing to the theatre community. I have seen this production before and it is truly amazing. (Continued on page 6)


BROADWAY spectacular CAST

Maggie Grace Brinson Ella Walker Abigail Childers Bailey Camp Eliza Witsell Ava Witsell Elizabeth Hunter Brianna Lieberman Maggie Inman Mary Roberts Katelyn Self Emily Self Kendall Watkins Cardie McClure Savannah Dempsey Abbey Williams Alexis Robinson Lisa Shoemaker Madison Brinson Taylor Barrett Carrie Shaw Elizabeth Arencibia Taylor Ball Christian Arendt Haley Fisher

Samantha Barker Brynley Teems Blake Lieberman Isaac Brackett Ian Van Riper Alan Hester Evan Brackett Chase Brackett Chase Brooks Jackson Witsell Ginger McClure Angela Jones Alisha Abrams Mandy Maloney Kim Dixon Don Schlitz David Gossett Bob Moulard Jack Floyd Chip Rogers Bill Supon Brian Inman

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Children’s Productions: 1. The Three Little Pigs/ The Trial of the Big, Bad Wolf 2. James & the Giant Peach 3. Seussical the Musical Comedy Productions: 1. Simply Divided 2. The Dixie Swim Club 3. Those Crazy Ladies Who Live in the House on the Corner Dramatic Productions: 1. The House of the Seven Gables 2. A Few Good Men 3. Witness for the Prosecution Holiday Productions: 1. The Homecoming-Musical Version 2. The Christmas Angel 3. The Best Christmas Pageant Ever Musical Productions: 1. Grease 2. The Pajama Game 3. Man of La Mancha Other Productions: 1. Trick or Treat 2. Gramercy Ghost 3. Frankenstein

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Michael Hillman

Photos by Megan Keating

Thank you! Wayne Jones, RLT Reading Committee Chair

Michael Hillman, Mary Walker, Nancy Dobbs

Annual Membership Meeting, cleverly disguised as a really fun evening! You will also be given a ballot to vote for two distinct things. One is our annual Roman Awards, which are given annually for excellence in all things theatrical over the past season. The other thing you will be given the privilege of voting on is our slate of shows for the 2013-14 season! If you visit, there is a banner with much detail about each show nominated for selection. You can also actually check out one of these scripts through our office manager during business hours, if you want to peruse any of them. My suggestion is that you “do your homework” before voting, and don’t just rely on other folks opinions. The Reading Committee is excited about the slate we have presented, and we hope you take the time to look at these selections and get excited as well. «

Chris Parker, Nancy Dobbs

ou will soon receive in the mail a packet

Yinviting you to our Annual Gala, which is our


Michael Hillman, Nancy Dobbs



You are cordially invited to the

Rome Little Theatre Annual Gala Saturday, June thirtieth Two Thousand Twelve Seven Thirty in the evening

The Historic DeSoto Theatre 530 Broad Street Rome, Georgia

Pre-Event Social Gathering at the Seven Hills Fellowship Great Room Cocktails and hors ‘d oeuvres Six o’clock in the evening 538 Broad Street Open Seating admission to the Gala with open seating, the pre-event social gathering and one complimentary beverage ticket

$15 per person (members) $20 per person (non-members) $10 per child (ten and under) Premium Reserved Seating admission to the Gala with reserved seating, the pre-event social gathering, two complimentary beverage tickets and one complimentary raffle ticket

$25 per person (members) $30 per person (non-members) $15 per child (ten and under) Additional raffle and beverage tickets are $2 each

Historic DeSoto Theatre

Evening will also include: Silent Auction Live Entertainment Presentation of Roman Awards Cocktail/Dressy Attire

Thank you to our Friends of the DeSoto Members Medallion ($1000 & up) Bobby Lee Cook Dr. James L Curry Gordon & Peggy Leiter Evie McNiece Mr & Mrs William Sparks J.T. Watters Rome Little Theatre Bricks and Mortar ($500) Barbara & Jim Austin Dr. & Mrs. Hector Picon Foundation ($250) Mr. & Mrs. RH Arnold Beth Bradford Dr. & Mrs. Jim Bradshaw Nancy & Barry Brass


Joan & Paul Brock Fran & Rick Buice MJ Chisolm Chisolm and Thomason Peter & Suzy Gilbert Dr & Mrs George Goldin Greater Rome Board of Realtors Greene’s Jewelers Paul Griffin Emily & Peter Hjort Dick & Lisa Landry Angie & Jon Lewis Shelly & Jeff Peller Jim Powell Lenora & Jim Santoro Greg Price Hal & Mimi Richards

Suzanne Scott Jacquelyn & Barry Wright Ground Breaker ($50-$100) Gena & Clinton Agnew John & Kay Barnett Charlene & Alan Bowen Melanie Caldwell Vonnell Cescutti Ouida Dickey Tesa & Bill Dupre Jason Fordham Leo & Carol Grajzar Greater Rome Bank Diane & Bannister Harbin Rex & Marge Hauser Jim & Tracy Hellriegel Villa Hizer

Al & Cheryl Hodges Shelley & Greg Hopkins Sue Hamler Lee Gordon & Peggy Leiter Jane & Pete McDonald Chuck Morris & Megan & Grayson Keating Jean Palmer Brian & Teresa Resch Charles & Sharon Reichel Irma Garcia Rose, Dorothy Stevens - in honor of Jim & Cathy Powell Lisa Smith - Rome Tourism Melissa Threadgill Joel & Lynn Todino Joe & Martha Walstad

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Currently running now through July 1sth at the wonderful Horizon Theatre on Euclid Avenue in Little Five Points is the first of two world premieres this summer. This is a new comedy by Atlantans Larry Larson and Eddie Levi Lee called “The Waffle Palace: Scattered, Smothered and Covered 24/7/365.” Knowing these two writers and the Horizon personnel, this is sure to be a night of hilarity in a famous Southern iconic restaurant. The second world premiere is a bee bop, hip hop comedy by Atlanta’s own Thomas W. Jones II called “Sheddin’.” Jones is one of the most popular playwrights to premiere his work usually at the Horizon, and often appears in them himself. Kenny Leon’s True Colors Theatre Company is back this summer with a stage version of the popular Academy Award-winning movie, “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner?” This show will run July 10th-29th at the Rialto Theatre downtown. The all-musical Atlanta Lyric Theatre has got lots going on this summer. They perform at the beautifully renovated Strand Theatre on the square in Marietta, (and now the only theatre on the square.) First up is their production of “Gypsy,” running June 15th-July 1st. Then July 27th-August 12th will see their fun production of “Legally Blonde the Musical,” which had a long run on Broadway and was even filmed for MTV. In between the two for one night only on July 20th will be the Atlanta Junior Lyric Theatre’s production of “Disney’s Alice in Wonderland.” There are no plays or musical scheduled this summer for the Cobb Energy Centre in Marietta, but if you are interested in their concerts and children’s shows, please visit them at After threat of shutting down like Theatre in the Square Marietta during these difficult economic times for the arts, the Georgia Shakespeare Festival is back with a full slate for this summer. They just ended their performance of Shakespeare in the Park with “The Tempest,” but upcoming are: “Much Ado About Nothing” June 21st-August 4th; “Illyria: A Twelfth Night Musical” June 6th-August 5th; Oscar Wilde’s “The Importance of Being Earnest” July 5thAugust 3rd; a musical based on the story by Hans Christian Andersen “The Emperor and the Nightingale” July 14th-August 3rd and be looking for their production of “Macbeth” in conjunction with the National Black Arts Festival October 4th-28th. Glad to see they are busy and up on the boards once again! A little further out in Lawrenceville, the beautiful Aurora Theatre is closing their season with an hilarious comedy centered around golf called “The Fox on the Fairway,” by Ken Ludwig of “Lend Me a Tenor” and “Moon Over Buffalo” fame. But hurry if you want to see this because the last performance is May 27th. Coming up August 2nd-September 2nd is the first show of the 2012-2013 season, the blockbuster musical comedy by Neil Simon, Cy Coleman and Dorothy Fields “Sweet Charity.” Reba and I saw the last revival of this on Broadway with Christina Applegate a few years ago, and it really held up even today from the original production in the ‘60’s. Don’t forget that you can find out more about all of these shows, and others, including half price tickets, at Even further northeast, the Holly Theater in Dahlonega is active this summer. They list “The Sound of Music Mellow Drama” as their upcoming show May 18th-27th, but I have been unable to determine if this is the standard show we are rehearsing now and presenting soon or if it is a variation of that. I tried to call but they only have regular office hours and I haven’t been available this week. So try your luck at 706-864-3759 to get more information. The web site shows a synopsis of the actual show we are doing, so not sure where the “Mellow Drama” part in the title comes from. Their next show is Beth Henley’s comedy, “The Miss Firecracker Contest,” about a Southern beauty pageant, and it will run June 8th-24th. Greenville, SC is one of our favorite places to visit, and the beautiful Greenville Little Theatre is always a highlight of each visit.

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GLT will be presenting Meredith Willson’s classic “The Music Man” June 1st-23rd, to be followed in late summer by a production called “Shake, Rattle and Roll!” and all I could figure from the web site is that the latter show is something about Elvis. And as always, I end my tour with the details at the professional Cumberland County Playhouse in Crossville, TN, where you can see as many as four shows in one weekend! Playing now through May 26th, “Driving Miss Daisy has been extended. “The Moving of Lilla Barton,” about a pastor’s widow refusing to leave the parsonage, is running now through May 24th. The musical “Cowboys” is running again now through July 20th prior to its general release to American theatres. Opening May 18th and running through June 16th, is “Bob Gunton in Walking on Water: an Evening of Musical Theatre and Song.” Bob got his start at CCP and has starred opposite Patti Lupone in “Evita” on Broadway and is well known as the warden in the movie “The Shawshank Redemption.” Don’t miss this event! Opening May 31st-August 17th is a new comedy called “See Rock City,” about the folks at home in the south during World War II. June 7th-August 10th marks the return of the bluegrass/gospel musical, “Smoke on the Mountain” for its 19th season at CCP. And “The Music Man” will also be playing at CCP this summer, June 22-September 1st. A new musical about Ginger Rogers called “Backwards in Heels: The Ginger Musical” will open July 27th and run through the fall into November. Most exciting of all, at the end of the summer, a new Bluegrass musical comedy, “Golden Boy of the Blue Ridge” will make its debut at CCP August 23rd and will run through October 26th. The musical is written by Peter Mills and his wife Cara Reichel, a native of Rome, GA!!!! Cara was here in Rome for two summers with her Prospect Theatre Company, including performances of “The Pirates of Penzance” and “Kismet” here at the De Soto, and is the daughter of Sharon Reichel and the late Charles Reichel, dear friends of mine, and I had the pleasure of appearing in Prospect’s production of “…Pirates…” at the DeSoto! Can’t wait to see this show. So as usual, there is lots going on, so get out there and support it. And thanks for supporting “ The Sound of Music,” and live theatre here and “Beyond the RLT!” «

Earthworks Pottery RLT Mugs Now Available Just

$20 each! Now available at the concessions counter!


Thank you to our RLT Members and Contributors As a non-profit community organization, we depend on your membership and contributions as our primary financial support.

Honorary Lifetime Members Paul Beyer Debby Brown Mary Doster Keith & Betty Finley Norris & Cornelia Gamble Jeanne Holt Joel & Joan Jones Gordon & Peggy Leiter Becky & Tiff Magruder B Virginia M McChesney Marlene Millard Don Rusaw

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Joseph & Claire Mangraviti Eddie & Joy McAfee Kim McCoy Jane McDonald Louise Michielsen Holly & Philip Moore Jim & Cherry Moore James & Amanda Morgan Chuck Morris & Megan Keating B B Opal Morris Chris Motes Robert Moulard Pete & Arlene Mumber Carol Murchland Raymond & Wanda Murphy Charles & Meredith Norris Mary & Tommy Ortwein (3) OM LaDonna Padgett Christopher Parker JoAnna Parker Kelly & Allison Parnell Steve & Connie Patrick Janet Peterson John & Rebecca Pillsbury Danny, Tammi & Katie Price David & Catherine Price Judy Anderson Puckett Sharon Reichel Toni & Edward Reid Rose Remington Martin, Madeleine, Julia Rhiner Donna C Riordan Shirley Roberson Dr William Robison III (2) Frank Romano (2) Mrs Rebecca Russell Savannah Ruth Judge Larry Salmon (3) Angela Sanford Faye Self James & Marion Sender Don & Gerry Schlitz Matt, Pam, Lisa Shoemaker B Rebecca Sidwell & Ansley Thompson Patty, Terry & Carrie Shaw Jane & George Slickman Dr & Mrs William Sparks CB Stillwell Margaret & Robert Swanson Martha Tapia Lenn Thompson Daniel Todd & Donna Karnes Joel & Lynn Todino Kathleen Tolbert Elsie Jo Trawick, Jean Soules Jennifer & Eric Vaughn Sharon & Jim Vaughn Alan & Diane Vary Helga Waechtler LF Walker Lori & Lance Walker (3) Mary Walker Linda Walraven (2) Dr. William Warley & Dr. D’Ann Downey Bruce Watson (3) Jane Wentwoth (2) Anne Westfield Ralph White (5) Dave & Peggy Willis Shirl Willis Melissa & Bob Witsell (3) Barry & Edna Wright Buster Young (2)

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MISSION STATEMENT The purpose of this organization is to present amateur theatrical productions, encourage interest in drama, and contribute to the cultural and educational life of the community. The Rome Little Theatre, Inc. is an active supporter of the arts in Rome and Floyd County. ÂŤ


Saturday, June 2 at 1 pm 18 and under Sunday, June 3 at 7 pm 19 and older

Saturday, June 23 at 2 pm Sunday, June 24 at2 pm Call backs: Monday, June 25 at 6 pm Registration begins 1 hour prior to auditions on each day At the Historic DeSoto Theatre Page 8


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