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ACT1 Theater By lkmatchen@bellsouth.net
hello, ACT1 and Alpharetta Christian Theater are one and the same... could you please combine them under the name ACT1 Theater? Also, the contact info is way out of date... Moira Thornett whose contact info is there passed away 7 years ago... correct contact info is contact@act1theater.com and 770-663-8989...
I have tried several times to list our upcoming show, but the submit does not seem to take the information. Am I doing something wrong, or is there an issue with submitting?
Our show is "Home For Christmas" by Lloyd C. Douglas, adapted by Anne Coulter Martens. Running Nov 29 - Dec 22
Description:"Join us as we celebrate the ‘Spirit of Christmas’ in this classic tale of a family coming together for the holidays. Originally published in 1935, this delightful short story describes how the Clayton family, having been scattered to every part of the country, return for a yuletide reunion. Some of them have been successful while some have difficult problems; their mother isn't well and this may be her last Christmas. One of the daughters, determined that the family recapture something they seem to have lost, insists on turning back the clock much to the amusement of everyone present. In the midst of the laughter and witty dialog, they discover something you will surely want to discover with them."
Holiday comedy/drama.
thanks!
Lisa Matchen
[Post a Reply]  Nov 21, 2013 10:47 pm

Re: ACT1 Theater By playgoer
I have submitted the "Home for Christmas" production. You should now be able to submit cast/crew names, if you wish. The trick is in the encoding of the single quote character. The standard one is interpreted as a delimiter in the scripting the page uses, so the text after the single quote is unexpected and causes the error. If you stay away from single quotes, you should be okay. In your posting, I changed your single quote in "isn't" to the default used in my edition of Microsoft Works. As you can see from your post, these comments allow single quotes that initial submissions won't allow.
[Post a Reply] [View Whole Thread] Dec 5, 2013 10:36 pm

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