A comedy about four “mature” women breaking out of the old folks home on July 4th sounds too good to miss. “Independence Day at Happy Meadows” was written by local playwright Laura King.
“Finding your ‘mojo’ means finding the magic in what you do,” Duluth Mayor Nancy Harris said. “You have to dig deeper and find what’s unique, because people are looking for authenticity.”
ART BEAT: Live Arts Theatre presents a buddy comedy that joins Dorothy of Oz with Alice of Wonderland
Did you know that there is a “nether region” existing between Oz and Wonderland called the “Tulgey Wood?”
New London Theatre produces wonderful plays performed and directed by adults, but it also offers young thespians theatrical opportunities.
It has been a stellar year for the arts in Gwinnett, but 2014 is history. What do our arts leaders have to say about the upcoming year?
A very unique, and very fragrant, store is nestled on the corner of the Lawrenceville Historic Square.
Tannery Row Artist Colony will highlight the holiday season with a special exhibition of works by area visual artists. The “Winners Circle” show will give six award winners from the 2014 juried shows an opportunity to shine.
Beautiful works of visual art created by many of North Georgia’s most talented artists are on display until Feb. 28 in the City of Suwanee.
Gwinnett Ballet Theatre will be celebrating 33 years of producing its well-loved “Nutcracker” beginning Friday, Dec. 5, and continuing for three weekends.
The holidays are filled with performances and events to raise the spirits and celebrate this special time of year. Some of the events are familiar and well loved, such as “The Nutcracker” and “A Christmas Carol.” Yet, there is a bounty of other activities, some which might offer surprises.