Message: What do I need to do to be removed from your mailing list? I have made numerous phone calls to your box office, and I am still receiving junk mail. Seriously...save at tree.
Message: Re: Macbeth. 1st show I have ever left.. did so at intermission. Could not follow story line... who was who, and had trouble hearing dialogue.. Even after reading synopsis.. I was still confused. Have loved every show I have seen ... until this one. sorry.. but will be back !!
Name: Margo Fox Hester
Message: Dinner suggestion for Raelee Myrik-Hodges. Try the Georgia Grille on Peachtree Road - lobster enchilada, or herb crusted chicken, or Tuesday's catfish special.
Name: Bobbi Beatty
Message: I too am disappointed in the 2013 season and am uncertain if we will renew our season tickets. While I understand the importance of budgeting and the need for changes, having so few shows which have been done so recently is not attractive to us.
Name: Dina Dow
Message: Just received the disappointing message about your 2013 season. For the first time in over 10 yrs. I will not be renewing my season subscription. Your choice of shows does not appeal.
Name: Lucy Brady email@example.com
Message: I attended a performance of Illyria last week and LOVED it! I've recommended it to friends and one has seen it already and loved it as well. Keep up the good work!
Name: Brent Bailey
Message: Interested in the plays, but cannot tell where the theater/venue is from this site. Somewhere in GA?
Name: The Montgomery Academy
Message: On October 27 we experienced a beautiful play powerfully acted. We were basically the only people in attendance, but the actors performed their hearts out. Everything about the performance--from the staging to the acting to the directing--was world class. The play's last moment was a compelling example of live drama's ability to invest words on a page with the breath of life. If drama's ultimate goal is to put a lump in the throat and mist in the eye, you're masters of your craft. Thank you for a fine day (and special thanks to the kind support staff who showed no irritation but only kindness when we arrived fifteen minutes late).
Name: Cindy Pergo Erni
Message: Just saw The Glass Menagerie. It was great what a wonderful experience.
Name: The Putnal family
Message: Woohoo, way to go GS and all its friends and fans! My family love the GS productions. We have brought our teenage son to many of them, I have never seen him laugh so hard as he did for "Midsummer Nights Dream". He loved "Noises Off" this year also. We generally attend Sunday matinee shows, we love picnicking on the patio. For "MacHomer" we brought pizza and doughnuts, with "Duff Beer" for our beverage. I couldn't imagine not having GS in our lives, we are proud to support you as part of our community.