Varnerin is a graduate of Duluth High School.
‘Harry Potter’ parody staged by New Dawn Theater has twists, turns
New Dawn is producing the play “Harry Potter and the Obnoxious Voice,” a parody of the series written by Jeannette Jaquish, select dates from June 13 through 29.
Tannery Row exhibit focuses on concept of color, music, emotion
The exhibit is on display through June 21.
Guests are invited to come as their favorite movie stars or just to doll up like one. The night will be filled with stars of all kinds, including famous look-alike celebrities.
Bennyroyce Royon, a nationally known choreographer, dancer and teacher, will be teaching summer intensive at GBT, whose artistic director, Wade Walthall, was Royon’s first teacher.
A women’s barbershop chorus recently won its area competition.
New London Theatre has announced its upcoming 15th season.
The festival will be held this Saturday at Town Center Park.
Southern Ballet Theatre and Gwinnett Ballet Theatre attended the Southeastern Regional Ballet Association’s spring festival.
Artist's exhibit uses found objects to show impact of discarded debris on oceans
Artist Pam Longobardi is the 2013 Hudgens Prize winner and her exhibit “What Once Was Lost Must Now Be Found: Chronicling Crimes Against Nature” is now on display at the Hudgens Center for the Arts in Duluth.
The exhibit is titled “Blues Fest” and celebrates the color blue.
The Daily Post gives you upcoming events you might want to check out.
Duluth fine arts festival celebrates decade of promoting artists, entertainment and flavors
The 10th annual Barefoot in the Park fine arts festival will be held this weekend.
Everyone who visits Suwanee on May 17 and partakes in the pleasures of “Peace, Love and Arts in the Park” will leave “feelin’ groovy.”
“Fiddler on the Roof” will be presented May 1 through 4 and 8 through 11 by Fifth Row Center Theatre at the Buford Community Center.
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