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Wednesday July 8th, 2015 12:21AM

Flowery Branch theater group wrapping up current production, planning for start of new year

By Ken Stanford Reporter
FLOWERY BRANCH - Fifth Row Center, a Flowery Branch-based theater group, is wrapping up its current production while looking forward to the beginning of the new year.

Tickets are still available for "Narnia," a musical version of "The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe."

In addition, auditions are planned next month for a production of "The Odd Couple," featuring two female leads instead of the two traditional male leads in the Neil Simon classic about two very dissimilar roommates.

Click on the link below for more details about both the current production and plans for "The Odd Couple."
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