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Carrollton High School To Host Region One Act Play Competition


Carrollton, GA – Performing Arts Teacher Tommy Cox announced today that Carrollton High School will present the southeastern United States premier of a new Don Zolidis play during the GHSA Region One Act Play competition. The competition will begin on Thursday morning, October 29 at the Joshua Mabry Center for the Arts on the Carrollton High School campus.

The play, THE SUPERHERO ULTRAFERNO, is a fast paced parody of comic book superheroes. “This a primer on all things Superhero,” said Cox. “Whether you are a fan of comic books are not, the pace and fun of this show makes it unique. We are excited to be performing it.” Cox concluded, “It’s a free show and I’m hopeful we will have a large crowd to help us as we compete. Performers love crowds.”

Carrollton High School, as the host school, will compete first. Curtain time is 8:00 a.m. Other schools from across the GHSA Region will compete throughout the day at the Mabry Center.

The public is invited and the cost is free of charge.

Visit www. carrolltoncityschools.net for more details.

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My name is Jimmy Beck I am a lifelong Carrollton resident. I love the Carrollton community and all it has to offer. I am currently a Senior at Kennesaw State University studying Business Management, with an expected graduation date of Summer 2015. I have a passion for sports business and social media. I have wonderful parents that love and support me in all that I do. I also have a younger brother Scott that I enjoy hanging out with on the weekends.