We are thrilled to announce a return to onstage performances in the fall! Our upcoming season is full of moving, heartfelt, and surprising stories that are sure to stir the soul.
We plan to open houses at 100% capacity with extra theatre cleaning in place. Hand sanitizer will be available in the lobby and house staff will be masked. Masks are not required for audience members, but are strongly encouraged for unvaccinated patrons, per CDC guidelines.
We will not be selling season packages this year. Tickets for each production go on sale to traditional package holders one month before each opening night and to the general public one week later. Seats will be offered on a first-come, first-served basis. The number of performances in each production have been reduced, therefore, we cannot guarantee your past seats.
by Lisa Loomer
Sep 17-25 in UNG’s Ed Cabell Theatre
Tickets On Sale Aug 23
Two smart, hard-working mothers want better lives for their children. One just happens to be an undocumented domestic worker employed by the other. Living Out is a funny, warm, and heart-breaking look at the cracks in the American dream for both those living it, and those wanting a piece of it.
Murder On The Orient Express
by Ken Ludwig
Oct 15-23 in UNG’s Ed Cabell Theatre
Tickets On Sale Sep 20
Just after midnight, a snowdrift stops the Orient Express in its tracks. By the next morning, an American tycoon has been murdered, and the killer is still on the train. A classic whodunit full of intrigue, surprise, and laughs!
9 to 5
music & lyrics by Dolly Parton, book by Patricia Resnick
Nov 12-19 in UNG’s Ed Cabell Theatre
Tickets On Sale Oct 18
9 to 5 is the hilarious musical adaptation of the hit movie about the friendship of three co-workers and their plan for revenge against their egotistical, sexist boss.
The Pirate Queen
by Gay H. Hammond
Feb 3-12 in Brenau’s Pearce Auditorium
Tickets On Sale Jan 10
A magical Irish adventure which tells the early story of the legendary Gráinne ní Mhaol, whom the English called Grace O’Malley, who came to rule the seas, her clan, and much of Ireland as a sea trader and raider.
GTA New Works Festival
Feb 24-27 in UNG’s Ed Cabell Theatre
Free To The Public
Staged readings of two brand new plays and a new musical from professional playwrights, along with an evening of student plays. The New Works Festival introduces GTA audiences to the next generation of stories for the American theatre.
The Secret Garden
music & lyrics by Marsha Norman, music by Lucy Simon
Apr 8-16 in Brenau’s Hosch Theatre
Tickets On Sale Mar 14
The enchanting, Tony Award-winning musical based on Frances Hodgson Burnett’s 1911 novel is a compelling tale of forgiveness and renewal.