April 28, 2011
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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.
Young actors ages 10-17 have a chance to be in a funny mystery when The Actor’s Edge presents “Murder’s in the Heir” in November.
Several performers are traveling around the United States and out of the country to sharpen their skills.
Sugarloaf Performing Arts and New Dawn Theater offers several camps this summer.
This ballet was brought back to the stage due to popular demand.
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.
Four "Color Wheel" camps and three "Summer Pottery Camps" are being offered in June and July.
The new group's first performance is slated for April 4.
On Dec. 17, audiences can watch "Shiver" at the Gwinnett Performing Arts Center.
Four Duluth homes open its doors for the arts.
The Gwinnett group kicks off its concert season Oct. 13 and 14.
Anita Stewart has been a mainstay of the visual arts and arts education community in Gwinnett for a long time.
The nine workshops planned begin Saturday and run through Nov. 4.
The Norcross theater offers three summer camps from June 25 to 29 for performers of all ages.
"Forays into Photography" consists of 26 pieces, depicting scenes from Italy, Japan and from South Carolina to New Mexico.
Visual artist and DeKalb County Fire and Rescue professional, Adrian Green began creating murals in a variety of public buildings in 1995.
The culture of the '60s has fascinated people for years. Filled with social change, tragedy and upheaval, the '60s also ushered in new ideas that uplifted those who lived through the turmoil.
The Norcross Barnes and Noble store will be the site of best-selling author Karin Slaughter's highly anticipated annual appearance at 7 p.m. July 1. The event will also be a benefit for Gwinnett Public Libraries.
Audiences will have an opportunity to revisit a favorite musical as New London Theatre presents "The Wizard of Oz (Junior)" on Saturdays and Sundays from May 14-22 and again on June 4. The performances will take place at the New London Theatre facility located at 2485 W. Main St. in Snellville, Georgia.
"To Dance with the White Dog" is a much lauded book, and its author, Terry Kay, is one of Georgia's most recognized and popular authors. What better choice to be the first book and first author selected for the Duluth Fine Arts League's first Duluth Reads event?
The Duluth Festival Center Amphitheater Stage will showcase nine musical acts beginning at 2 p.m. Saturday in what is hopefully the first year of many for the Duluth Music Festival. What is special about this festival is that all the performers are Georgians and they represent a variety of musical styles. Best of all, there is no admission fee.
The Tannery Row Artist Colony is asking artists to submit work for a new exhibition to be held Oct. 16 through Dec. 4 at the facility at 554 W. Main St. in Buford. The exhibition is titled "The Music in Me," and it will be juried by Angela Nichols, director of education and public programming for the Hudgens Center for the Arts.
Red Phoenix Theatre highlights its summer with a special weekend today and Saturday as it presents "Once on This Island," a Broadway production that garnered eight Tony nominations. A special public preview will be held at 8 p.m. today. On Saturday, there will be a matinee at 2 p.m., and later a silent auction and black tie gala, culminating with an 8 p.m. performance.
Atlanta's Karin Slaughter is petite, blonde, vivacious and brilliant. She neither looks nor acts like the author of murder mysteries that leave little to the imagination. However, her novels have enjoyed inclusion on the New York Times Best Seller list and have been translated into numerous foreign languages.
The Stone Mountain Chorus is an all-male group, but a lot of ladies will be lending this award-winning group their voices at the annual spring concert to be held at 3 p.m. June 5.
On a cold winter's night in 2009, three theatrical friends sat discussing all the plays they wanted to produce, act in or direct: theater with bite, with diversity.
Lionheart Theatre is offering a number of exciting opportunities for aspiring actors of all ages to "get in touch with the inner thespian."
"Dear Baby, Let's Dance!" is a new children's book with a joyous message for little ones: Dancing is fun. At 11 a.m. Saturday, the book's author, Carol Casey, will be at Barnes and Noble's Norcross location to sign books. She will also encourage parents to take the book's charming idea and put it to work in their own homes.
The Gwinnett Choral Guild's history is taking a new turn, one that will lead to the very prestigious performing space at Spivey Hall on Feb. 21. This concert will be the first performance the group has given in the Clayton County theater, a performing space that has offered Atlanta audiences the highest quality classical and jazz music since 1991.
"Suwanee is an award-winning community, recognized twice by Money magazine as one of America's best places to live. Now it's time to become one of America's best places to enjoy the arts," said Vickie Johnson, co-founder and president of the new North Gwinnett Arts Association Inc. She made this enthusiastic pronouncement while outlining the goals and aspirations of this new group in support of community arts and artists.
Barefoot In the Park Fine Arts Festival will celebrate its sixth annual event this May 8 and 9 on the rolling lawn of Duluth's Town Green.
As Gwinnett Ballet Theatre's "The Nutcracker" continues at the Gwinnett Performing Arts Center with the 16 performances of its 28th season, Artistic Director Lisa Sheppard Robson couldn't resist taking this holiday favorite and turning it upside down. So many jokes and take-offs on the traditional ballet had been running through her head for years, and she decided it was time to let the ideas run wild.
Two of the area's arts organizations will offer a musical prelude to the holidays with several concerts in Gwinnett and beyond.
As holiday shoppers consider their gift-giving options, they might want to think about a visit to historic Tannery Row in Buford. The artist colony that uses the space in this wonderful, old building has a lot to offer those who seek one-of-a-kind art items. This year is also special, as the artists of Tannery Row have joined with another organization to help make the holidays brighter for those in need.