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Meet the Playwright Tonight!

JOIN US FRIDAY NIGHTfor a pre-show talkback with Playwright,Ed Simpson Ed Simpson’s plays have been widely produced throughout the US and Canada and include Additional Particulars, which won the 2000 Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award and the Backstage-West Garland Award for Playwriting, Elephant Sighs, The Battle of Shallowford, The Comet of St. Loomis, and

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Meet the Cast of A Point of Order – Reggie Harper

Reggie Harper (Milton Porter): Reggie is an Atlanta based actor/stand up comedian who is excited to be performing in his third production here at Center Stage North. Previously he played Oscar in a CSN production of Oscar and Felix: A New Look at the Odd Couple & Cleante in CSN's production of Tartuffe. He is

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Meet the Cast of A Point of Order – Matthew Mindeman

Matthew Mindeman (Larry Mitchell): Matthew is a Covenant College graduate (Theatre ‘17). He has loved being on the stage most his life, performing roles such as Alan (One Man, Two Guvnors), Lucky (Waiting for Godot), and Hamlet (Hamlet). Matthew moved to the Atlanta area last year with his loving wife, Katie, and is so thankful

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Meet the Cast of A Point of Order – Stacy Bowers

Stacy Bowers (Murial Hudak): Stacy is pleased to once again be playing at The Art Place where she died an untimely death this spring in the Mountain View Arts Alliance mystery, dinner-theatre production of Murderous Crossing. Previously at CenterStage North, she portrayed the “Audience Plant” in One Man Two Guvnors. Stacy has also worked locally

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Meet the Cast of A Point of Order – John Zincone

John Zincone (Buck Drum): John served for thirty years in the United States Air Force as a photojournalist before retiring in 2015. He was a member of the Springs Ensemble Theater in Colorado Springs, Colorado before relocating to Atlanta in 2017. John has performed at The Funky Little Theater and Star Bar Players in Colorado

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Meet the Cast of A Point of Order – Steve Robey

Steve Robey (Doug Scanlon) Steve is appearing in his second show with CenterStage North Theater. He appeared in last fall’s production of One Man Two Guvnors, putting together and directing a skiffle band just for the occasion (“The Thames”), singing and playing songs on the side of the stage before, during, and at the conclusion

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Meet the Cast of A Point of Order – LeeAnna Lambert

LeeAnna Lambert (Elizabeth Rutley) LeeAnna is thrilled to be back at CSN and working with the Renshaws , you may have seen her here at CSN in Sylvia, Almost Maine, The Rainmaker, Tartuffe, Last of the Red Hot Lovers or Beached Wails. Other theaters you might have seen her at, are OnStage in Incorruptible,Out of Box

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Our “Chair-ity” Campaign!

During A Point of Order, CenterStage North and The Mountain View Arts Alliance are launching our "Chair-ity" campaign to complete the acquisition of new theatre seats for The Art Place. Now you don't have to be a performer to play a starring role at CSN. Whether you were an appreciative audience member or in the cast or crew

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