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Bonnie Roberts



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Bonnie Roberts has been in Theatre education for 24 years. Her desire to be the next Carol Burnett led her to major in Theatre at Shorter College in Rome, Georgia, but her career path changed after a car accident and a knee injury. She got involved with local high schools as a choreographer/director and fell in love with teaching. Roberts moved to the Treasure Coast of Florida and taught Theatre and language Arts at South Fork and Martin County High Schools. She was department chair for Theatre at Bak Middle School of the Arts in West Palm Beach, FloridA. Roberts was inspired to try her hand at writing by her high-school Drama teacher and a summer workshop with the Red Clay Writing Project at the University of GeorgiA. She currently teaches at Jackson County Comprehensive High School in Jackson County and resides in Athens, Georgia, with her husband, Craig.

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        Enchanted April, The

Enchanted April, The

Enchanted April, The
WWI has ended, and in the England of 1922, everyday life is slowly settling back to normal? It has been raining for days in London when Lotty discovers an advertisement describing San Salvatore, a villa on the Italian seashore, and she impulsively convinces Rose, an acquaintance from her club, to rent it with her. their own advertisement for traveling companions to help share expenses has only two respondents: caustic Mrs. Fisher sits alone in her parlor, surrounded by the photos of famous writers she knew in her youth; the beautiful Lady Caroline hides the pain of a lost love with an air of sophistication and a whirlwind of high-society parties. Can these four very different women come together at the villa, find healing in the tranquil beauty of their surroundings, and rediscover hope and love? Will their husbands and friends who join them there also fall under the spell of San Salvatore?

Adapted from the novel by Elizabeth von Arnim.

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adaptation 110 min

Male:  4            Female:  5            Other:  -

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