Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner kicks off theatre group’s new year
Ken Neil Hailey and his collaborators brought years of Big Apple know-how to Savannah last year and formed an equity contract small professional company
Savannah Greek Festival is Thursday-Saturday
Organized by St. Paul’s Greek Orthodox Church, this beloved annual event brings big crowds to the Hellenic Center
‘Then Is Now’ features scenes of coastal Georgia
GEOFF L. JOHNSON knows his way around these parts. From attending SCAD for photography in the ‘90s to scouting locations for photo shoots, Johnson’s knowledge of the coastal Georgia region is extensive.
Savannah Zine Fest put on by new independent bookseller
'My aesthetic is anything that fascinates or offends'
Davenport House, Savannah History Museum stage events
Illuminating Lafayette’s sojourn with fascinating local context, the interactive tour takes place Friday and Saturday nights through October.
Frequently Asked Questions about Tybee’s buccaneer bash
The biggest Tybee party of the year is still going on as planned this weekend
'Savannahland has flying alligators and oversized insects, but is mostly at peace. However, I couldn't help draw some attention to the violence because ignoring it hasn't worked well for the city.'
Local couple chronicles life and times of one of Savannah’s, and the nation’s, most interesting heroes
By J.R. Roseberry HIS NAME is ubiquitous.
Beloved children’s book character comes to life at Savannah Children’s Theatre
THIS WEEKEND, Savannah Children’s Theatre will bring one of children’s literature’s most-loved heroines to the stage. Junie B. Jones, a precocious “almost six-year-old,” navigates her world with hilarity and honesty.
"I'm trying to present something where I can find work that people love and marry the right work with the right person. We can improve lives. We want people to find things they love."
Armstrong Masquers’ newest production breathes new life into a tale of the French Revolution
FINDING HUMOR in the French Revolution might seem a daunting prospect. But it’s par for the course for Lauren Gunderson, an award-winning Georgia playwright who by some accounts is the single most produced living American playwright.
A major part of Roots Up’s charm was its living room-style setup, but the new space is set up more like a traditional gallery. The layout allows Lovell and Kueker to try new things with the artwork.
Savannah is an art town, and here's the proof.