New London Theatre presents "Hound of the Baskervilles."
This ballet was brought back to the stage due to popular demand.
Josh Green releases "Dirtyville Rhapsodies," a collection of fictional stories.
The fourth annual Arts in the Park returns to Suwanee's Town Center Park.
The ninth annual Barefoot in the Park festival in Duluth attracted hundreds of people on Saturday as they browsed more than 50 artists' work under cloudy skies.
Suwanee's Arts in the Park will have about 60 vendors, and many will conduct demostrations this week.
The fourth annual event returns to Suwanee's Town Center Park May 18.
The story between three friends runs through May 26.
Summer camps for all levels begin in June.
The two-day event boasts more than 150 vendors, plus live music, entertainment and activities for children.
Both events kick off on April 27.
Ludwig Symphony Orchestra, Gwinnett Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, and the GSO Youth Orchestra perform at the Performing Arts Center at Gwinnett Center.
This year, three scholarships will be presented to first-, second- and third-place winners in the respective amounts of $2,500, $1,500 and $1,000.
"To Kill a Mockingbird" is being performed at Lionheart Theatre through May 12.
The exhibit explores individual notions of reality with a mix of abstract, semi-abstract and realistic works that utilize a variety of traditional and non-traditional media in fresh and innovative ways.
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