Savannah Children’s Theatre brings  <i>A Charlie Brown Christmas</i> to life

Savannah Children’s Theatre brings A Charlie Brown Christmas to life

Classic spreads holiday cheer and a message of hope
For several years now, Savannah Children's Theatre has been bringing the story to life on stage under the direction of Founder and Artistic Director Kelie Miley

Collective Face Ensemble puts a winter twist on Shakespeare's 'Midsummer'

The popular local theater group’s ‘A Midwinter Night’s Dream’ opens just in time for the holidays
Midwinter revolves around the wedding of Thesus, the Duke of Athens, and Hyppolyta, the Queen of the Amazons

Savannah Shakes' King Lear: Modernizing madness

This take on a Shakespeare tragedy is set in the current era
Many argue that King Lear is the greatest of Shakespeare’s tragedies, and his crowning achievement in terms of language and insight

Georgia Public Broadcasting brings 'Troy Davis Project' play to radio

The GPB is readying a powerful radio play about one of the most high-profile cases in Savannah history
TROY DAVIS might be the most high-profile murder case in Savannah’s history. In 2011, Davis - convicted in 1991 in the murder of Savannah police officer Mark McPhail - was executed after maintaining his innocence since the beginning and receiving a overwhelming amount of support from people like Pope Benedict XVI and former President Jimmy Carter.

Savannah Stage Company readies Tuck Everlasting for new season

Long-running theater company honors the classic novel for their season of service
NATALIE Babbitt’s timeless 1975 novel Tuck Everlasting has been interpreted many times over the years, on screen and on stage. The Savannah Stage Company is set to bring it to life once again with its performance of the powerful story, opening on October 12.

Davenport House program traces 1820 yellow fever outbreak in Savannah

People started getting ill around March, but the spread reached epidemic proportions around September
THIS OCTOBER, forget ghosts and goblins—there’s something way scarier at the Davenport House. Yellow Fever 1820 is the historic house’s special programming for October and traces the outbreak of yellow fever right here in Savannah.

Armstrong puts up a mirror to society with 'God of Carnage'

Olivia Quillman brings the popular play to the school’s stage as the first student director in three years
The school’s first student director in three years, Quillman’s production of God Of Carnage feels more timely than ever for both the college-aged and older demographics given the current political atmosphere

The Diary Of Anne Frank comes to Savannah

Savannah Repertory Theater stages brings an essential piece of history to life
It’s a singular work that captures a unique perspective during one of the most horrific periods in human history, and the Savannah Repertory Theater is bringing it to life on their stage.

Savannah Children’s Theater lets the cat out of the hat

Long-running theater takes on Dr. Seuss for their first-ever adult cast performance
'Who doesn't love Dr. Seuss?'

Fall Arts Preview: Performances

SEPTEMBER

Big Love Starts A Big Conversation

Collective Face director David Poole talks bringing the standout play to Savannah, and making a statement with theater
Big Love centers around 50 women who flee their native Greece, arriving in Italy as refugees trying to avoid having to marry their cousin

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