The Macon TelegraphJan, 24, 2014Holocaust survivor shares experience at Georgia College
Ela Weissberger, one of the children who performed in the opera “Brundibar” at the Terezin concentration camp, will visit Georgia College as part of the Holocaust Remembrance events on Jan. 24.
Several cast members took time to visit with and perform for some community members who may not be able to make it to the shows.
Meet the man behind national popular TV shows “The Voice,” “Entertainment Tonight” and “Good Morning America.”
The Georgia College Department of Theatre and student organization Goodrich Hillel will present an art exhibit on the Holocaust “Visas for Life: Righteous Diplomats.”
Georgia College’s Department of Theatre and Dance presents its Dance Minor Spring Concert 2013.
The gifted students at Creekside Elementary are learning dance steps and sequences from Georgia College students in the dance minor program during this semester.
Georgia College students took their talents to the American College Dance Festival Association’s conference in Tampa, Fla. last week.
"Wife Shop," a Georgia College The 24 Hour Plays satire by alumna Angela Hall, published in national anthology The Best American Short Plays 2011-2012 by Applause — a leading publisher of theatre and cinema books.
Twenty-two students became the first Georgia College members of Chi Tau Epsilon, an honor society for dance.