Theatre Lights Shine Bright

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Applause, applause. Local theater is alive and well in Gwinnett. Here”s a front and center look at what”s hitting the boards around town for the 2010-11 season.

Aurora Theatre
A perennial favorite, the non-profit professional theater celebrates its 15th anniversary season this fall in historic downtown Lawrenceville. Tickets:

  • August 5-September 5
    Singin” In The Rain
  • October 7-31
    Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde
  • November 26-December 23
    Christmas Canteen
  • January 13-February 6
  • March 24-April 17
  • May 12-June 5
    Over The River & Through The Woods

ART Station
Located in the old Trolley Car Barn and Power Station in Stone Mountain Village, ART Station is home to several art galleries and its own professional equity theater company. Info:

  • July 14-August 1
    Are We There Yet?
  • Additional productions and dates to be announced.

Lionheart Theatre Company
Organized in 2000 by a group of actors, designers and stage techs, Lionheart is a non-profit community theater in Norcross dedicated to offering those new and old to theater craft a place to call home. Tickets:

  • July 15-18
    Peter Pan and Wendy
  • September 3-19
    The Crucible
  • November 5-21
    Strange Snow
  • Additional productions and dates to be announced.

New Dawn Theater Company
After renovating an existing theater on Main Street in historic downtown Duluth just a few years ago, this non-profit company is on a mission to present quality community theater. Tickets:

  • July 15-August 1
    Cheaper By The Dozen
  • October 14-31
    A Canterville Ghost
  • December 2-19
    A Candle In The Window
  • Additional productions and dates to be announced.

New London Theatre
Now a fixture on Main Street in downtown Snellville after their first opening night in 2007, New London Theatre is a non-profit theater formed 11 years ago to share the love of all things theater. Tickets:

  • July 16-August 8
    Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
  • August 12-15
    One Acts/New Director”s Showcase
  • August 20-29
    The Somewhat True Tale of

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