All Arts Education school programs have accompanying educational materials available upon request.

To Kill a Mockingbird

(Recommended for grades 6 – 12)

September 14, 2017 | 9 a.m. & 12 p.m.

Based on Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize- winning novel, the Carroll County Community Theater will present their own stage adaptation of this classic novel, that demonstrates the power of childhood innocence, morality and love. A sleepy, southern town confronts racism and injustice through the eyes of six-year old Scout, who lives through the joys of childhood innocence and the pains of growing up.

Tickets: $5 per person. Free to teachers.



Aesop’s Oldest Fable: Ant & Dinosaur

(Recommended for grades K – 4)

October 17, 2017 | 9 a.m. & 10:45 a.m.

Bits N’ Pieces Puppet Theatre has been entertaining audiences since 1976. The company has performed across the United States and abroad. This is their first time coming to Carrollton, GA. Wee TryAntasaurus tries to teach a lazy Dinosaur why he should “Prepare Today for Tomorrow”. The original musical features glo-in-the-dark nine-foot-tall puppets, live actors and video backgrounds. The largest and most entertaining show of its kind, you will be delighted.

Tickets: $5 per person. Free to teachers.



Kid Power: Operation Lunch Line 3D

(Recommended for grades K – 6)

November 1, 2017 | 9 a.m. & 10:45 a.m.

Kid Power Programs recognizes the growing need to educate children in making healthy choices for their bodies and the world around them. The show is a totally interactive, fun, exciting musical about nutrition and exercise. With Superpower help, kids experience 3-D animation while helping a fellow classmate get through a hard time, ending with a fingertip light disco party. This is one school matinee you don’t want to miss.

Tickets: $5 per person. Free to teachers.



The Great Gatsby

(Recommended for grades 8 – 12)

February 9, 2018 | 10 a.m.

The National Players theater company has been bringing classical literature to stage for sixty-nine years. In a time where success is expected and excess celebrated, Jay Gatsby is a god among men, yet without the love of Mrs. Daisy Buchanan, he is unfulfilled. This fast-paced adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel brings the Jazz Age of New York to life as Daisy’s cousin Nick guides us through a world where love, opportunity, deception, and tragedy are always just around the corner. The play is adapted for the stage by Simon Levy. Directed by Amber McGinnis.

Tickets: $5 per person. Free to teachers.

(Recommended for grades 2 – 6)


Fancy Nancy, The Musical

March 9, 2018 | 10 a.m. (performance is 60 minutes)

Based on the popular Fancy Nancy books by Jane O’Connor. This musical is about Fancy Nancy and her best friend, Bree. Both girls desire to be a star in their school’s ballet production of Dee Sea Dances. But when another ballerina is cast as the glamorous mermaid in the ballet and Nancy gets stuck being a boring tree, things start to unravel. Can Nancy bring sophisticated flair to her small role, staying true to her philosophy that anyone can be fancy? Come see for yourself the outcome of this witty and funny musical. Performed by Synchronicity Theatre in Atlanta.

Tickets: $5 per person. Free to teachers.