Please gather your friends and families and come hear music from our local talents. Musicians from our region come together as volunteers to provide this wonderful outreach program for our community. With over 50 musicians performing, this concert is perfect for a summer evening. In addition, the Carroll Symphony Orchestra will be announcing two new programs for our community and surrounding areas, so don’t miss this special evening.

Date: June 29, 2018
Times: 6:30pm
Fee: Free and open to the public

Join us for the 1st Annual Optimist Club “Music Feast,” featuring several local bands. All proceeds, stay within the Carroll County community and are used to help, “Bringing out the Best in Kids”. Bands will Barefoot Nina, The Original Complex, EB2, and Stil and other performers such as David Pippin will grace the stage at Carrollton Center for the Arts. Come out for a great time and see some fantastic, local talent perform for this worth-while charity event!

Date: June 30, 2018
Times: 3pm – 9pm
Fee: $25 Single; $40 Couple

Do you ever wonder how a writer comes up with a plot? Do you ever wonder what the process of developing a play might be like? Do you want to be a playwright? If any of your answers to these questions are “yes,” then we have an event for you! Play West: A New Play Lab, part of the University of West Georgia Theatre Company’s summer programming, comes to the Carrollton Center for the Arts to bring you new plays in early development by up and coming Atlanta-area playwrights. We invite you to participate! Are you an actor ready and willing to be in one of the staged readings? Give us call at 678-839-4703. Are you a theatre enthusiast who’d like to hear the plays and respond to them? This reading series is for you. Whatever role you prefer, we welcome you!  This program has mature content and is not appropriate for anyone under the age of 18 years old.

Dates & Times: July 16 – 19, 2018 @ 7:30pm
Location: Carrollton Center for the Arts

There’s trouble in Fairytale Land! The Fairy Godmother must find out who is stealing Cinderella’s and Snow White’s most precious possessions. With a little bit of magic, plenty of laughs, clever audience interaction and a lot of adventure, we find the thief is none other than the Ice Queen herself. But, the reasons for her crimes go much deeper than just the tip of the iceberg! Lessons of honesty, friendship and trust are taught, as well as finding out that jealously and loneliness can certainly cause anyone to have a bad attitude, which can be changed through love, acceptance and understanding! Beautiful songs, ornate costumes and a cast that will delight! Shows include an activity sheet for all children and a fun MEET and GREET.

Date/Times: Friday, July 6 at 10am & 6pm
Cost: $5 per person