Author: Danielle Bailey Miller
Here at Rose of Athens Theatre, we are passionate about educating students about theatre. It is incredible to watch children grow and throw themselves 100% in to their craft. We are packing out this coming year with school workshops, and taking professional theatre to public schools in our city. We are in dire need of things like classroom space, materials, and tuition costs, but we can’t afford themwithout your support! Please consider supporting us this season, and help us bring theatre in to the lives of students in the Athens-Clarke and Oconee Counties and surrounding communities. You can contribute via our IndieGoGo campaign and learn more by clicking the image below. PLUS there are some really cool awards that come along with supporting us through IndieGoGo, like an official RoA T-shirt, tickets to a show,and more. Click to find out!
Register now for January! NEW SATURDAY & Homeschool Classes – email email@example.com or click here!
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Faculty: Our Staff of Theater Professionals
These professional actors, directors, teachers and technicians are highly skilled at what they do, offering students the best training available in the Southeast. But they are also people who care deeply about young people and are passionately committed to sharing with them the joy and craft of theatre….
*(Go to Springer Opera House to learn more about Ron Anderson’s nationally acclaimed Academy – Rose of Athens Theatre has the same curriculum model and, often, the same teachers.)
Activate: confidence, concentration, cooperation, imagination, listening, discipline, speech, intuition, poise and expression. Go to Rose academy classes facebook page, here
In the Community-Enriching lives with professional theater and artists-in-the-schools. 20,000 served and counting since 2006!
Associate Artistic Director, Danielle Bailey Miller and Academy Student, Shannon McCoy attended the Oconee County Civitan Club as guest speakers on Wednesday, February 13. Pictured below with President Elect-Rob Peecher.