Catch world-class entertainment without big-city hassles, from touring Broadway productions and headliners to Athens' own symphony orchestra and theatre companies. You'll be amazed at the quality of performers and venues this college town boasts!
Athens Area Arts Council is a non-profit arts organization. Check out their website for current projects, exhibits, and arts calendar. Staffed entirely by volunteers, the AAAC's goal is to integrate more >>
Athens' vibrant local arts scene is evident through the talent on display at Athens Creative Theatre productions. This non-profit community theatre has produced classic and original works since 1966. more >>
Since 1978, the Athens Symphony Orchestra has wowed audiences at several performances each year, drawing capacity crowds to their Winter, Christmas, Spring, and Pops concerts. The intention of every more >>
Canopy Studio community arts center offers exhibits, performances, and classes in flying dance trapeze, movement education and performance arts. Guest artists have included members of the famed Cirque more >>
This 2,053-seat grand showplace hosts touring Broadway productions, headliner entertainers, and is home to the Athens Symphony Orchestra.
This artistic community of local filmmakers is actively involved in independent projects and keeps an active calendar of film screenings and related events, as well as a full production directory of more >>
During the academic year, the Hugh Hodgson School of Music provides several performances weekly from students, faculty, and guest artists. Most performances take place in the recital halls of the more >>
One of the first, and the oldest surviving vaudeville theatre in the United States, uniquely built, owned, and operated by an African-American; the Morton opened in 1910 and is listed in the National more >>
Originally built in 1928 for the Women’s Physical Education program, the New Dance Theatre was transformed beginning in 1998 and opened in 1999 as the New Dance Theatre. The New Dance Theatre is a more >>