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Charleys Aunt kicks off season for theater group
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“Charley’s Aunt” will run from Jan. 7-24 at the Roswell Cultural Arts Center, 950 Forrest St., in Roswell.

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Are you looking for a play to cure the post-holiday doldrums? Then North Fulton’s only professional theatre company, Georgia Ensemble Theatre, is producing a hilarious comedy to do just that.

In “Charley’s Aunt,” Jack loves Kitty and Charley loves Amy. But things get complicated, and it requires a young fellow donning bloomers and a corset to fix it.

The play will run from Jan. 7-24 at the Roswell Cultural Arts Center, 950 Forrest St., in Roswell.

“At its heart Charley’s Aunt is a very silly play about the very serious business of courtship,” director David Crowe said. “That’s one of the reasons the play has been produced so much in the past hundred or so years. Falling in love sometimes requires us to bend and even break society’s rules in order to live happily ever after.”

Ticket prices start at $26 for Wednesdays, Thursdays and matinees; $30 for Friday nights; and $35 for Saturday nights. Senior and student discounts are available for select performances.

Tickets are available at www.get.org or by calling 770-641-1260.

For more information, visit www.get.org.

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