Ring­gold pro­duc­tion com­pany hosts new com­edy va­ri­ety show

The Catoosa County News - - FRONT PAGE -

Full Cir­cle En­ter­tain­ment, in Ring­gold, is a small pro­duc­tion com­pany owned by lo­cal writer/direc­tor/ac­tor Alan Stamey and is run along with writer/direc­tor/ac­tor Aron Ni­fong. The new art venue of­fers art man­age­ment and pro­duc­tion for lo­cal tal­ent around the area, in­clud­ing The End of the World sketch com­edy troupe, com­prised of Alan Stamey, Aron Ni­fong, Carla Stamey, Karen Keyes and Dil­lon Hart­ley.

The End of the World per­forms a twohour va­ri­ety show on Fri­day nights at 7:30 p.m. at the GO Ge­or­gia Arts Cen­ter, 7787 Nashville Street, in down­town Ring­gold. Shows of­fer a wide va­ri­ety of orig­i­nal com­edy sk­its, im­prov games, lo­cal mu­sic, open for­mat po­etry and other lo­cal venue show cases.

Each Fri­day is a new show and com­prised of dif­fer­ent ma­te­rial than the week be­fore. Troupe mem­bers have worked in lo­cal pro­duc­tions through­out the past decade and have been ac­tive in lo­cal events sur­round­ing the area.

“We re­ally are vet­er­ans to the stage and have learned to work with each other re­ally well in a short amount of time,” said Stamey, pri­mary writer for the troupe. “We al­ways have a re­ally good show and we’re very proud of how smoothly we work from week to week with each other. I give th­ese guys ex­tremely word­heavy scripts with com­plex act­ing prob­lems and they push through them like champs within min­utes.”

Stamey said Full Cir­cle’s goal is to bring some­thing new to the

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