One of the awards included Best Musical
The Lawrenceville venue won five awards for its most successful production to date, “Les Miserables.”
The play follows 20 character in Tuna, Texas — the state’s third smallest town.
The classic tale of Willy Loman comes to Snellville
Audiences have a chance to see the performans on Fridays through Sundays until Nov. 17, when the play closes.
18 artists will have pieces on display
The event is held at the Lilburn City Hall Auditorium from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Nov. 2.
The project was completed during a recent daylong workshop by 25 art students ages 7 to 17.
Richard Calmes’ images will be featured in an exhibit at The National Museum of Dance in Saratoga Springs, N.Y.
This weekend, “Mort” opens at Lionheart Theatre while “Death of a Salesman” opens at New London Theatre.
The backdrop for this fling is the exhibition “Hispanoamericanos – Traveling Souls,” based on Felix Berroa’s Hispanic American Visual Arts Project on Oct. 26.
Tannery Row Artist Colony opens a new exhibit with several interpretations of the word, “rhythm.” It runs through Nov. 23.
The Ludwig Symphony celebrates its 17th anniversary year in 2013-14, and the nonprofit classical music organization will launch the season with “An International festival Concert” on Nov. 3.
On Oct. 18, the new venue hosts its first Artists Showcase at 7 p.m.
The first place winner was Nancy Nowak with her piece titled “Morning Sparkle at McDaniel Farm.”
This three act ballet tells the Brothers Grimm story that has been made beloved by the public through the classic Disney movie.
The Duluth theatre opens “Harvey,” a story about a man and his 6 foot 1 inch rabbit.
The Suwanee Youth Ballet presents “The Sleeping Beauty” at the Buford Community Center’s Sylvia Beard Theater.
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