Atlanta, GA, March 19, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- The Henry Players announced today that an agreement has been reached to occupy a portion of the Hood Street Arts Center, which will enable Henry County residents greater access to the arts.
“This truly is a historical moment for The Players and our community; all of the hard work put forth by so many for so many years has paid off and allowed us to occupy our very own space as we prepare to open up what will be our 25th season,” said Adriana Beckner, President of the Board of Directors at The Henry Players.
The new location at 136 Hood Street will allow the group to continue to bring the great theatre productions that Henry County residents have grown to enjoy but will also allow a more expansive opportunity for future endeavors including potential camps, concerts, and workshops.
“The value of the opportunity to be a part of the Hood Street Arts Center cannot be understated,” said Damon Bohan, Vice Chair of Operations at The Henry Players. “As a long time board member and participant in productions we have long been focused on doing whatever we can to bring quality theatre to our community. Today, we take another giant step toward that end.”
The Henry Players were established in 1991 when a small group of community theatre enthusiasts realized their dream of forming a thriving community theatre close to home. The Players' first production, Hello Dolly was performed in the spring of 1992 and was a huge success. 24 Seasons later The Henry Players are still providing quality family entertainment at affordable costs.
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