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In eight short years, the Players Guild has grown from a small theatre group performing for 30 people into a regional acting troupe putting on four shows a year before a packed house. In fact, its beginnings were so humble that the cast had to move the dress rehearsal for their first show, Agatha Christie’s “And Then There Were None” from outdoors in The Bowl to the city’s underground parking area because of torrential rains.
Because of their commitment to putting on high-quality productions at the Eagle Theatre, it’s no wonder the Players Guild attracts professional actors and other talented individuals from all over metro Atlanta. Contributing even more to the arts in the community, the group partnered with On The Stage Children’s Theatre this summer to host a children’s acting camp.
5039 West Broad Street • Sugar Hill, GA 30518
Phone: (770) 945-6716 • Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm