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Mamma Mia, Peach State Summer Theatre

Mamma Mia, Valdosta State University’s Peach State Summer Theatre Has a Crazy Line-Up!

Peach State Summer Theatre is a professional summer stock theatre located on the lovely University campus in Valdosta, GA. Each summer, some 60 talents gather for ten-weeks to rehearse, build and present three musicals in repertoire. has produced professional summer musical theatre since 1990. Just two hours from Jacksonville, Valdosta is a thriving community with much to offer. If three musicals in a weekend aren’t your cup of tea, take in a theme park, golf course, museums, historic areas, or just relax in the lovely surroundings. For their 30th season, which includes Mamma Mia!, Little Women, and Crazy for You …

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Peach State Summer Theatre, Mamma Mia, Behind the Scenes, Valdosta State University

Peach State Summer Theatre is Back! Since 1990 Theatre Professionals Head to Valdosta for a 10-Week Summer Season

A few hours down the road you’ll find , Valdosta, Georgia’s premiere professional summer stock theatre. Each summer, a company of some 60 actor-singers, dancers, technicians, managers, and creators will reside in Valdosta for a ten-week season. During that time, they will rehearse, build and present three musicals in rotating repertory. has produced professional summer musical theatre since 1990. MAMMA MIA! (June 7 – Jul 20) Music and lyrics by Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus. ABBA’s hits tell the hilarious story of a young woman’s search for her birth father. This sunny and funny tale unfolds on a Greek island …

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DELIGHTFUL THEATRE DAY-TRIP: Valdosta’s Peach State Theatre

Have you seen ? If answer is no, it’s time for a trip to Valdosta, GA’s . Summer stock theatre is rare these days, so if you’d like to support this kind of theatre, even if you have seen Les Mis, the drive is a little under two hours from Jacksonville. Les Misérables has a reputation as being one of the most depressing musicals, which I’ve always found to be unjust, as ultimately the message is one of hope, not in the system, but in individuals and their quest to be better people, despite a crushingly unfair world that may …

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