The Georgia Singers Theater Company is dedicated to the mission of building character in youth, through quality theatre arts education and musical productions.
Georgia Singers Theater Company is a non-profit 501(c)3 after-school youth theater program offering musical productions and camps for students ages 11-18+ years old. The company was formed in 2014 but the production team has been working together to produce shows through the school system since 2001. Our very first production was our 2014 Summer Show Camp where we produced an outstanding performance of Aladdin, Jr. in two weeks for the community!
The main mission of the GSTC is to build character on and off the stage through dynamic camps and shows. GSTC is committed to providing excellent training in theater arts as well as producing professional Broadway-style musicals that are appropriate for families. We believe in pursuing the highest standards of quality in all that we do.
Georgia Singers Company offers a full season of musical productions ranging from summer camps, jr/ one-acts, and full-length productions. Parents of the students in each production sign up to work on a production committee that works to construct sets, develop costuming, props and souvenirs as well as run the backstage and lobby areas. Students can also volunteer to work on a production crew or intern on the Production Team. Each production is the result of an amazing collaboration of directors, designers, students, and parents!
Because Georgia Singers Theater Company does not own facilities for classes and productions, the organization rents rehearsal and performance space from local churches, schools, and theaters in the Fayette County community. GSTC currently holds rehearsals at Evergreen Church in Peachtree City.
JoBeth Braddy, founder, drama director has been involved in the world of theater from a young age. Community and professional productions alike, JoBeth has been the lead of shows such as Pippin, Play It Again Sam, Carnival, Gypsy, and Nunsense. She also spent years performing with Albert Coleman and the Atlanta Pops Orchestra. She began directing musical theater in the early 90s and has directed dozens of shows in and around Peachtree City including all GSTC'productions. She has been teaching preschool music for the past 18 years at First Presbyterian Church and more recently the PTC Montessori School.
Annie Hale, founder, stage director has been involved in the performing arts from a young age (JoBeth was her first director!) and began stage managing at 17. She has since stage managed, directed, and choreographed 18 productions with GSTC since its founding in 2014. She was also the drama teacher at Trinity Christian School for two years where she taught full-time, directed two award-winning one-acts and two musicals while also receiving "Director of the Year" in 2017 at Regional One-Act Competition. She currently works at Landmark Christian School as a History teacher. She has a B.A. in History and M.A.T. in Secondary Education from Georgia State University.