Get $10 Off At The Actor’s Scene!

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 The Actor’s Scene is a proud supporter of the Big Dreams Concert! The Actor’s Scene provides on camera training for Film and TV to ages 4-101 at all skill levels from beginner to advanced. With 3 locations in Buford, Cumming and Dacula The Actor’s Scene is where many of the local actors you see on TV, in Films, and in commercials have trained.

So if YOU’VE been dreaming of

becoming an actor,

get started today with The Actor’s Scene!

When you attend the Big Dreams Concert on Sunday Dec. 18th at 6pm at the Red Clay Theater in Downtown Duluth you will get to see several students who attend acting classes at The Actor’s Scene! Actress Jordan Rice, Kaile Turner, Valerie Rodriguez, and Mary Rene Quarles will wow you with their musical performances – showing that not only can they handle the camera, they can handle the stage as well!

Tickets are only $10 in Advance and $15 at the door. Purchase your ticket today and get $10 Off a 3 Week Class (Limit 1 per family).

To get the discount:

1) purchase your tickets

2) Call The Actor’s Scene at 770-904-6646 to register for one of the                                    amazing 3 Week Classes (Regularly $49) and mention Big Dreams Concert

3) email a pic of your Big Dreams Ticket to

frontdesk@actorsscene.onmicrosoft.com and The Actor’s Scene staff will credit your account with $10.

Sweet!

 

Artist, Author, and Film Producer Maura Gale To Grace The Big Dreams Stage!

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When I met Maura Gale about a year ago it was like meeting Sunshine, Joy, and Fun all rolled up into one body! Her very essence is captivating and that is why I am so excited to announce that she has agreed to perform at the Big Dreams Concert this year. Maura is an artist who believes in helping others pursue their big dreams – especially young talent.

Maura Gale is an actress, a midwife (vision coach) and an evangelist. She speaks, facilitates and emcees at conferences, retreats and special events around the world. As an actress, she has appeared in several Film and Television projects. She co-starred in the ABC movie “Their Eyes Were Watching God” produced by Oprah Winfrey, which starred Halle Berry. Maura is a highly sought after professional voice over talent with hundreds of projects to her credit.

Maura performs her Christian One Woman Shows “SHE-SPEAKS” and “P.E.T.A.L.S” on stages and in pulpits nationwide. She is the author of the Anointed Agenda (a Christian Organizational tool), Beyond Blessed (an autobiographical page turner) and the co-producer of her radio show where she continues to serve #MauraVation.

Ready To See Maura Gale Live and In Action?

Click here to purchase tickets now!

Maura Gale is an actress, a midwife (vision coach) and an evangelist. She speaks, facilitates and emcees at conferences, retreats and special events around the world. As an actress, she has appeared in several Film and Television projects. She co-starred in the ABC movie “Their Eyes Were Watching God” produced by Oprah Winfrey, which starred Halle Berry. Maura is a highly sought after professional voice over talent with hundreds of projects to her credit.

As a motivational midwife she assists others with birthing their dreams, visions and ideas. Maura is a co-producer of “STEM,” a film scheduled for release spring of 2017, and an associate producer for “SOULMATE” (a singles film). Maura is called the 1st Lady of Spoken Word and her CD “Ear Candy” is a favorite of all audiences!

Follow Maura Gale on Social Media at the following links:

www.MauraGale.com
www.imdb.me/MauraGale
www.instagram.com/mauragale
www.Twitter.com/mauragale
www.facebook.com/MauraGaleMauraGale
www.YouTube.com/MauraGale

Don’t Forget To Purchase Your Tickets To See Maura Gale Live At The Big Dreams Concert on Sunday, Dec. 18th at 6pm in Duluth, GA at the Red Clay Theater!

Billboard Charting Songwriter Talks Big Dreams

We couldn’t be more excited about this endorsement from Billboard Charting Songwriter Jayne Olderman!

Be sure to check out www.jayneolderman.com for some great music to add to your playlist AND get your tickets to see the Big Dreams Concert on Sunday Dec. 18th at 6pm at The Red Clay Theater in Duluth, GA!

Who Inspires YOU?

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Every year students in the Dana Rice Music Studio are encouraged to do something special for their school music teacher. Whenever I mention this to them their initial reaction is usually something like, “Why would I do that when I have you? YOU should be the music teacher of the year!” Wow. That really makes me feel good as a music teacher- especially since there are very few (if any) awards designed for private music teachers to receive public recognition for the work they do. However, I also want my students to make connections with what they are learning at school and what they do after school. It is these connections that will help deepen their learning and increase their levels of success. So, I remind them that I am not a SCHOOL music teacher and that there are many things their school music teacher shows them that helps with their piano learning.

This year I decided to give an award and present it at the Big Dreams Concert. Each student was given the opportunity to nominate a school music teacher they have had to receive the award. The great thing about kids is they are very honest. They don’t want to give somebody an award who they think does not deserve it. I am pleased to say that the students have chosen 4 teachers to nominate. These are people they feel inspire them and believe in their dreams. I can remember one particularly inspiring arts teacher of my own, Mr. Hollis Pippin. He went above and beyond his classroom duties to help me follow my dream of being a performing artist. He took a personal interest in my life. As a private music educator this type of relationship comes naturally because we work with students one on one. Music classroom teachers don’t automatically get to have this type of relationship with students because there are so many of them. That is why I believe in recognizing the few music classroom teachers who do manage to build this type of relationship with students.

So, for the very first time at The Big Dreams Concert we will be presenting the Hollis Award (named in honor of the arts teacher I mentioned before) to one of the 4 teachers the students have nominated. The nomination letters have all been delivered and we can’t wait to honor these fantastic teachers at The Big Dreams Concert on Sunday, Dec. 20th at 6pm in Duluth, GA!

Who inspires YOU and how will you honor THEM?