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Generation.Net
a Musical Revue
CATEGORY :
by Student Collaboration

COMPANY : Atlanta Workshop Players [WEBSITE]
VENUE : Red Clay Theatre
ID# 3946

SHOWING : March 12, 2011 - March 13, 2011

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

Generation.net is a high energy musical revue with a purpose. Its thought provoking message addresses important
challenges that this generation faces everyday:
Dating, The Cyber World, Stereotypes and Bullying.
Join us as we sing & dance our way through these issues
with humor, heart and resolution while incorporating
the musical stylings of pop, classic rock & Broadway.
Be a part of AWPs
"Kids Changing the World, One Audience at a Time."

Parents: This show deals with some sensitive social issues. Please be advised. Childcare will be available during the second act of the show that includes games and a dance party for younger children.

SHOWTIMES:
Saturday, March 12th @ 7:30pm
Sunday, March 13th @ 1:30pm

LOCATION: RED CLAY THEATRE 3116 Main Street Duluth, Ga 30096

Tickets $15 @ AtlantaWorkshopPlayers.com


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