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January 2011

New Year’s Eve has always been a time for looking back at the past, and more importantly, forward to the coming year. It is a time to reflect on the changes we want to make and resolve to follow through on those changes.
Those changes may include doing some new exciting things and some of those changes may be things that we have been putting off doing for years.

December 2010 Newsletter

Jefferson Performing Arts Society (JPAS) in Metarie is getting ready for us to come to share the festival experience. If you have no’’’t sent in your registration forms, do not hesitate and send it in today. It is going to be a wonderful time to be involved in live theatre. To get more information about the State AACT/Fest, go to JPAS website.

November 2010 Newsletter

Picking a season? What shows will you do?
Whether you are a community, college, professional, presenting or high school theatre, everyone looks for the perfect season of shows. For those of you who have a 'school year' type of production schedule, you are off and running into your 2010/11 season. For those who are on a 'calendar year' schedule, your season will be finishing up soon. Hopefully most of you have already made the decision for your next season and have matched them up with the right director and crew.

October 2010 Newsletter

Dear Theatre Friends,•Want to support the performing arts in Louisiana? Here is the latest list of theatre offerings going on around the state, as I know them. To add your theatre/performing arts group information to this publication, please send me your information.•As you can see, there is a lot to do and lots to learn from a relationship with your theatre friends around the state. We can be a great resource for each other if we work together to make our theatre experiences more rewarding.

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