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A Taffeta Christmas, A '50's Christmas Reunion

a Holiday Musical
CATEGORY : COMEDY MUSICAL
by Rick Lewis

COMPANY : Georgia Ensemble Theatre [WEBSITE]
VENUE : Georgia Ensemble Theatre and Conservatory [WEBSITE]
ID# 662

SHOWING : November 14, 2003 - December 23, 2003

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

Christmas-time will herald the return of those four sisters from Muncie, Indiana. GET audiences met them for the first time in last season’s hit production of The Taffetas, and now they’re back! A Taffeta Christmas, A ‘50’s Christmas Reunion by Rick Lewis running November 14th-24th and December 18th-23rd, 2002, finds Kaye, Peggy, Cheryl and Donna performing their first live television Christmas special. Songs featured include “Secret Love,” “Jingle Bell Rock,” “Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me,” “Sugartime,” “Christmas Alphabet” and more.


CAST & CREW LIST
Cast Don Farrell
Director / Choreographer Don Farrell
Scenic Designer Bob Hoffman
Lighting Designer Topher Kohan
Costume Designer Michael Reynolds
Stage Manager Brian Ahman
Donna Cindy Collins
Kaye Judy Fitzgerald
Peggy Patty Mosley
Cheryl Elizabeth Diane Wells
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REVIEWS

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As usual
by intheknow
Monday, December 1, 2003
0.0
Patty Mosley is high maintenance as usual. [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]
Care to elaborate? by Okely Dokely
Why do all the 0 reviews lately seem to be the shortest and the least constructive?
You can't have seen the show, since it's not open yet. by atlchick
The dates listed on this site are not correct. It opens December 17.
You obviously don't know Patty Mosley! by d&jworld
I would like to say to the party who has criticized Ms. Mosley as being "high maintenance". This must be by some adolescent jokester. I had the pleasure of directing and choreographing Ms. Mosely in 2 productions of A TAFFETA CHRISTMAS at Georgia Ensemble Theatre and I highly recommend her to any theatre company. She has always been the epitome of a professional and she has the talent that goes along with it! She has been in 3 productions within 2 years at the Georgia Ensemble Theatre, which does NOT have a record for rehiring difficult, high maintenance performers. It's a shame when someone says such hurtful things and then doesn't sign their name to their attack but rather decides to remain anonymous.
Don Farrell
I agree by JasonMeinhardt
I, too have worked with Patty and although its been a while, I can pretty much assume that nothing has changed. She has always been sweet and more than helpful to other actors (including myself when I filled in last minute for Lend Me A Tenor). Being someone who was recently "bashed" on this website (see Blood Brothers reviews), it hurts to have anyone say things such as this about you. Whether the public wishes to believe this slander or not, it always hits hard when you know someone in this otherwise great theatre community feels the need to slander on a public website. But back to Patty, I have met a few actors here in Atlanta that can fit the bill of "high maintenance", but Ms. Mosley is hardly one of them!


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