Georgia Ensemble Theatre & Conservatory Presents RING OF FIRE:The Johnny Cash Musical Show April 12 - 29, 2012, Tuesdays through Sundays. This thrilling show features an ensemble of many favorite GET performers such as Denise Hillis, Chris Irwin, Scott DePoy, Tracy Vaden Moore, Mark Schroeder, Jeremy Wood, and JR Hawkins. RING OF FIRE was created by Richard Maltby, Jr., conceived by William Meade, directed by Robert J. Farley, Choreographed by Claci Miller, with musical direction by Chris Irwin.
Tickets are $25-$36 and can be purchased at GET's website here or by calling 770-641-1260.
GET claims they are, "Gonna raise the roof with this barn-burner of a musical that celebrates the songs of an American legend, The Man in Black himself, Johnny Cash."
Georgia Ensemble Theatre is the Official Resident Professional Theatre Company at the Roswell Cultural Arts Center, 950 Forrest St., Roswell, GA 30075. Like GET on Facebook or visit www.get.org for more information.
Georgia Ensemble Theatre and Conservatory is a professional regional theatre company incorporated in 1992 under the direction of Robert J. Farley, nationally respected and successful artistic director of major theatre institutions, including the Alaska Repertory Theatre and Atlanta's ALLIANCE THEATRE.
The Theatre provides first class theatre productions and educational opportunities on a year-round basis and is the resident professional theatre at the Roswell Cultural Arts Center. The Theatre has earned a reputation for the quality and diversity of its plays. Productions of particular note have included a world premiere of The Invisible Man by Larry Larson and Eddie Levi Lee, commissioned by the Theatre. Our Southeastern premiere of The Living was the kickoff event for AIDS Awareness Month in the Atlanta metro area in '97. Having Our Say was part of our cross-cultural promotion with downtown's Seven Stages and Jomandi Theatres. In the 1999-2000 season, G.E.T.'s ambitious The Lion in Winter, directed by world-renowned Russian actor and director Eugene Lazarev, marked great strides for the Theatre both technically and artistically.