Nicholas F. Manos Resigns as President of Theater of the Stars


It was announced today that Nicholas F. Manos has resigned as President of Theater of the Stars. Current Vice President/General Manager Brian D. Frey and CFO Robert A. Browne, Jr. will be leading the organization through this transition. Christopher B. Manos will continue in his role as Producer.

"At this time, Nick has decided to focus his attention on his Executive Producing duties for the touring productions of Buddy-The Buddy Holly Story and Irving Berlin's White Christmas," said Producer Christopher Manos. " He will also look to expand the reach of the Junior Theater Festival, which he co-founded. We are very thankful for his many years of dedication to Theater of the Stars and wish him the best with these three projects and all of his future endeavors."

The 2013-2014 Theater of the Stars season at the Fox Theatre will begin with BUDDY: The Buddy Holly Story, DREAMGIRLS starring Jennifer Holliday, the classic Broadway musical ANYTHING GOES, the much anticipated Theater of the Stars' production of Disney's THE LITTLE MERMAID, the return of the popular STOMP as a season special and the Theater of the Stars' production of the spectacular musical CATS. Mini-season packages and individual tickets for all shows are on sale now. " We are thrilled about the 2013-2014 Season here at Theater of the Stars," said Vice President Brian D. Frey, "and look forward to many exciting seasons to come!"

Celebrating over 60 years of bringing the best of Broadway to Atlanta, Theater of the Stars is one of the oldest and most respected regional theaters in America. Since the organization's founding in 1953, they have produced or presented over 700 productions in Atlanta, across the country, and around the world. Theater of the Stars is a not-for-profit organization run by a Board of dedicated volunteer Trustees. They have played a leading role in the birth or development of several of Atlanta's artistic institutions including the ALLIANCE THEATRE, the Atlanta Ballet, the Atlanta Children's Theatre, the Grand Opera in the Park, the Winter Play Series, and the Just Us Theatre Company. They annually employ hundreds of Atlanta artists and other professionals for their local productions. Theater of the Star's mission today is the same as it was 60 seasons ago - to produce and present the best of Broadway musicals. For more information on the 2013 - 2014 season, visit

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