Iona Sun is an instructor of Scriptwriting, Theatrical Heritage and English at Georgia College and State University. A member of the Dramatist Guild of America, her plays have been recognized by Acting Out INK Fest (a festival of female playwrights) in Los Angeles, Edmonds Driftwood Festival of Shorts in Washington, Georgia College and the Neil LaBute New Theatre Festival in St. Louis. Additionally, Sun’s directing credits include numerous new plays for the Arts & Letters Play Prize, as well as classics and modern plays at Georgia College and Milledgeville Players.
|Jimmy Holder is an instructor of Scriptwriting, Theatre History, and English at Georgia College and State University. A member of the Dramatist Guild of America, his plays have been recognized by Heartland Theatre Festival, Centre Stage New Play Festival, Ohio State University New Play Contest, Labute New Theatre Festival, Ten for Tenn Play Competition, Little Theatre of Alexandria National Playwriting Competition, and The Landing Theatre Company New American Voices. His acting credits include Roundabout Theatre, Syracuse Stage, Virginia Stage Company, The Producer's Club, Woodruff Arts Center and Orlando Fringe Festival.|
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|Birdhouse Theatre is an incubator for professionally driven artists, of multiple mediums, that recruits and nurtures talent, while delivering professional quality. Utilizing local and
outside talent, while educating and enhancing civic engagement of modern issues, we hope to create dividends of participants driven and motivated by the arts to be active
citizens. Richard Nelson recently wrote that a theatre at its essence is simply a kind of intimate human relationship between an artist and the audience. Today, television networks
fight for the rights to “time-sensitive” events where audiences share in a feeling at the same time. This is where theatres have and continue to thrive. All one needs is an empty
space and a shared amount of time where live human beings are in front of live human beings to share. Birdhouse Theatre seeks to continually provide a theatre experience that
creates culture, motivation, engagement, economic development, intelligence and growth of a community.