Local Programming Available (or Scheduled) for Streaming

Live Performances

All new "Three by Three" event: NIGHTMARES , with more of your challenge pieces than ever! Playwrights from around the world submitted works incorporating your submitted prompts--and we're bringing them to you LIVE, without a net, Thursday, October 29!

Join us as Dracula visits the dentist, a life-long bully confronts an unexpected afterlife, and one man faces the ultimate nightmare--his teenage daughter!


Cyber Stage: Welcome to 2020
Wednesday Oct 28, 7:30pm. Cost: Free
Written and performed by students of Georgia Gwinnett College
Directed by Renita James

Welcome to 2020 is an evening of short plays inspired by the trials and tribulations of this year. Created and performed by Georgia Gwinnett College students, this show is fueled by their unique voice these shorts navigate the students personal experiences on the topics of relationships, race, and cultural identity in a high energy, highly entertaining performance piece.

Content Advisory: This play contains strong language and adult themes.


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Women's Theatre Festival Presents

Occupy The Stage 2020

48 hours of virtual staged readings of brand new plays by women and marginalized gender playwrights


You'll receive the link to view your show(s) from info@womenstheatrefestival.com.

Add info@womenstheatrefestival.com as a contact



The 40 virtual plays read Nov 6-8 will take the audience from Thailand to the River Styx, from dystopian societies to a world where anthropomorphic animals coexist with humans. The playwrights range from a Yale undergraduate to an Obie Lifetime Achievement Award-Winner, from a war veteran to an elementary school teacher.

Occupy includes 40 playwrights, 42 directors, and over 130 actors, with at least 50% BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) artists represented in each category. All shows will be live-captioned by CaptionPoint for enhanced accessibility for the d/Deaf and hard of hearing.

Occupy The Stage will be presented on WTF's YouTube Channel. Individual performance tickets, will be available soon. To see the full schedule, go to: bit.ly/occupylineup2020

On Sale Now:

  • $10 General Admission Ticket (single show)

  • $5 Artist/Student Ticket (single show)

  • $40 All-Occupy Ticket

  • $100 All-Occupy VIP Ticket

  • $200 All-Occupy VIP + Season Sustainer Ticket

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By Charlayne Woodard 
Directed by Eric J. Little
November 6 - 22

Celebrated playwright Charlayne Woodard lovingly crafts the story of her cherished Aunt Neat, a woman whose simplicity, love, energy and tenderness made a profound impact. What begins as a nostalgic personal remembrance blossoms into a magical and compelling story of embracing womanhood, Blackness and the myriad changes of life itself. This tour-de-force solo play is as inspiring as it is hopeful.

Neat is apart of the Virtual Downstage: A Theatrical Online Experience. Our mission is to provide premier theatrical entertainment to patrons at-home. This reading is a free one-night-only Zoom event. 

Virtual Downstage is supported by Fulton County Arts & Culture COVID-19 Small Business Relief -Virtual Arts Initiative.


Oakland Cemetery is bringing the award-winning Capturing the Spirit of Oakland tours to your living room. Grab a bag of popcorn and turn the lights down to enjoy this annual Halloween tradition.

Our tours are designed to enlighten, not frighten, so settle in with the family for amazing and eclectic stories of Oakland Cemetery. This year’s Capturing the Spirit of Oakland™ tours include one of Atlanta’s first prison matrons, a Shakespearean actor who overcame a visual impairment, and one of the most prominent seamstresses of early twentieth-century Atlanta.

Watch the trailer:

Purchase the Capturing the Spirit of Oakland 2020 film

Did you purchase Capturing the Spirit tickets this year? Then you’ve got access! There’s no need to purchase now. We’ve sent all of our current ticketholders a special link that will allow you to get the film for free. Please contact mfernandez@oaklandcemetery.com if you can’t locate the email.


The Ghastly Dreadfuls: Ex-ZOOM’d from the Tomb

Oct 31 | 7:30pm EDT


AGES 18-21+ | ONLINE


Live From the Grave - Virtually

By Jon Ludwig and Jason Hines

The Ghastlies will gather for ONE NIGHT ONLY! Zoom-in to the Ghastlies’ little studio in the woods for some Halloween fun including:

- Rare video clips from the vault

- Tales of true behind the scenes terror known only to the cult of the Dreadfuls

- Jokes that will scare the yell out of you

- Cocktails with Lady Dreadful*

- Costume Parade (post your favorite costume pic to our Facebook or Instagram pages with #GhastlyParade to be included)

- Living dead chat room

One night only!!!! Be there or BEWARE!

*recipe (including nonalcoholic option) to be provided prior to the event


Get ready for Oct 31st event today by screening the entire performance of The Ghastly Dreadfuls from 2016. It’s available for a limited time on our Vimeo page. Dig up a little more fun by visiting our Etsy store to create your very own Catly Dreadful Puppet. Then, fly on over to Zazzle to check out all of the Ghastly merch now available for all of you super fans.

You're also invited to come to the Center for the special exhibit: A Gathering of Ghastlies: Puppets from The Ghastly Dreadfuls. The exhibit celebrates 15 years of the show that will not die. It’s a rare chance for an up-close look at some of the most memorable puppets used in the performance and it's included with Museum admission. 

All of these festivities are guaranteed to get you in the spirit of the season and ready to join the Ghastlies for a little Hallow-time hijinks on Oct 31st when we present The Ghastly Dreadfuls: Ex-ZOOM'd from the Tomb. Get your ticket today!



The Lionheart Theatre Company is pleased to present our October Fundraiser “Halloween Maskerade Ball,” a spooky fun-filled Halloween party featuring five short plays, live music, treats and contests for best decorated COVID-19 mask and best Halloween costume.

Note: This event is age appropriate for ages 16+.

Join us on October 30 and 31st at 7:30 pm.

All tickets are $20.

Notes About Social Distancing for this Event:

To protect our audience, performers, and volunteers we are limiting each audience to 25 guests.

Masks are required to enter the theatre and other spaces used for this event. All common areas and patron spaces will be cleaned and sanitized according to protocol. We are also now checking temperatures upon check-in for all Lionheart events. For events happening inside the theatre, seats are assigned to observe social distancing.

Purchase Tickets


The Lionheart Theatre Company is taking the COVID-19 pandemic seriously. During this time, we are taking numerous safety precautions to protect the health of our patrons, performers, staff and volunteers. Below is the current safety protocol for Lionheart.

  • Audience size is capped at 25, based on CDC recommendations.

  • Assigned seating is required and is dictated based on social distancing measures.

  • Masks are required to be worn to enter the theatre and any other event spaces.

  • Temperature checks are required for all patrons, actors, crew, staff and volunteers upon arrival to each performance or event.

  • Strict cleaning and sanitation measures are completed inside the theatre, house and other public spaces before each performance and/or event.

  • Hand sanitizer is available for all who enter the theatre and/or event spaces.

  • Actors are required to wear masks at all times except when performing onstage. All other crew, volunteers, and staff are required to wear masks at all times.

  • Smaller casts and crew for performances – actors and crew are also kept distanced, even during performances.

Lionheart Theatre Company is a place to imagine. It’s a place where creativity, spontaneity and laughter are encouraged, where memories and friendships are built to last a lifetime.  Since 2000, the artists, directors and volunteers at Lionheart have worked to bring theatre and the arts to one of Metro Atlanta’s finest communities, Norcross.  Lionheart operates as a non-profit, non-equity theatre, producing affordable, unforgettable entertainment to audiences of all ages. Expect to be swept up in passionate classic dramas, to sing along to favorite Broadway musicals or to laugh nonstop during an original comic romp. When you leave Lionheart, you’ll leave with a new story to tell.

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TIT By Elizabeth Dinkova, Jesse Rassmussen and ensemble

Engage your voice with an act of radical compassion in order to unite against injustice!


7 Stages newest Home Brew @ Home by Elizabeth Dinkova, Jesse Rassmussen and the ensemble encourages audiences to use radical compassion to unite against injustice. TIT is a kaleidoscopic visual album about finding one’s voice.


This second look at the Titus Andronicus inspired new work offers a musically driven exploration of Lavinia’s journey. The ‘mute’ heroine, daughter of General Titus, played by Marium Khalid, walks between worlds - she is the voice that leads us through the dark. In the desolate war-torn future, the Neo-Roman Empire has risen from the cannibalized corpse of our old United States. We follow the intersecting stories of those in power and those who seek to gain it, featuring Parris Sarter, Patrick McColery, Eugene H Russell IV, Chris Harding, Markell Williams, Nicolette Emanuelle; original compositions by Eugene H Russel, Nicolette Emanuelle, and Ellen Warkentine. Design and Director of photography by Barrett Doyle.

Premiere October 29 – November 1, 2020


An OnStage Atlanta Special Online Streaming Event

Coordinated by Daniel & Kate Guyton

Streaming October 26 - 31, 2020

All reservations are $15.00
Purchase at our online box office:

You will receive a streaming link through email starting on October 26, so that you can view at your own leisure.



Directed by GM Lupo
Starring Bryn Striepe & GM Lupo

ANNABEL LEE by Edgar Allan Poe
Dance by Sorsha Masters
Starring Sorsha Masters & Alan Mark Whitworth

DRAWING FOR DAD by Evan Baughfman
Directed by Daniel Guyton
Starring William Thurmond & Lucy Thurmond

Directed by Daniel Guyton
Starring Jessica Wise & Jerry Jobe

SALEM 1692: TITUBA SPEAKS by Sylvia Davenport-Veith
Directed by Sylvia Davenport-Veith
Starring Marita McKee

THE NIGHT VISITOR by Dierdre Girard
Directed by Shatarupa "Shorty" Bhattacharyya
Starring Shatarupa "Shorty" Bhattacharyya & Matuli Madhusmita

Directed by Dave Coonan
Starring Mike Pagano, Bruce Liby, Coleen Comerford, and Amy Coonan

BAD MOON RISING by Creedence Clearwater Revival
Performed by Linda Marie Johnson

SCARY LARRY by Evan Baughfman
Directed by Barbara Burgess-Lefebvre
(adapted from "Scary Larry" by Evan Baughfman. Story published in GRUESOME GAMES from Thurston Howl Publications)
Starring Johnna Lefebvre, Bennett Lefebvre & Jack Lefebvre

Directed by Myrna Feldman
Starring Phil Keeling & Emily Stockton

Directed by Scott Rousseau
Starring Scott Starkweather & Jeremy Reid

Directed by Melissa Simmons
Starring Avery Rabbitt

Directed by DeWayne Morgan
Starring Bobbie Elzey & Amanda Cucher

Directed by Taryn Carmona
Starring Bria Washington, Robby Owenby & Dalyla McGee

BODY LANGUAGE by Rita Anderson
Directed by Madison Montgomery
Starring Tina Neese

SKULLDUGGERY by Donna Latham
Directed by James Weippert
Starring Armand Lane & J. Michael Carroll

The Atlanta Opera presents

Molly Blank Big Tent Series 2020-21

The Atlanta Opera has rolled out an imaginative new season beginning in the fall of 2020 along with an innovative new open-air venue to create a season of exceptional music and storytelling while prioritizing the health and safety of its audiences, performers and backstage personnel.

Drawing on the successful experimentation of the company’s critically acclaimed Discoveries series of smaller, seldom seen works performed in exciting venues, along with the company’s charge to “Reimagine Opera,” Carl W. Knobloch, Jr. General & Artistic Director Tomer Zvulun has built a season that pairs well-known chamber operas with more experimental and often satirically-biting choices.

The reimagined 2020-21 season, and the Molly Blank Big Tent Series, will include six productions overall and opens in October with Leoncavallo’s iconic Pagliacci performed in repertory with the biting satire of The Kaiser of Atlantis. Each production will have nine performances, alternating nightly, for a total of 18 performances. Both productions will be performed at Oglethorpe University, on historic Anderson Field in Hermance Stadium, beginning Oct. 22 and closing on Nov. 14.

The Molly Blank Big Tent Series will be performed in a custom-made tent without walls, allowing fresh air to wash through the venue at all times while still providing audiences with protection from the weather. The venue will have capacity for up to 240 audience members. Mobile and flexible, the new venue will become a part of the immersive experience designed to draw audiences into the performances.

Safety protocols and procedures were developed by a Health & Safety Advisory Task Force of epidemiologists, public health specialists, and doctors assembled to advise the company on its health and safety protocols. The task force membership includes Dr. Carlos del Rio, Distinguished Professor of Medicine at Emory University, and John Haupert, president and CEO of Atlanta’s Grady Health System and Vice Chair of Georgia’s Department of Public Health.


Ruggero Leoncavallo

Oct 30 – Nov 1, 5, 7, 11, 13, 2020

The show must go on.

The circus performers in Pagliacci grapple with tragedy and question boldly whether they must perform despite heartbreak and ruin.

In The Atlanta Opera’s completely new fall production of Leoncavallo’s verismo classic, audiences enter a dystopian world where artists question their ability to perform, distance separates loved ones, and a play-within-a-play exposes a great betrayal.

Does art imitate life?  Or does life imitate art?

Oglethorpe University’s Hermance Stadium

The Kaiser of Atlantis

Viktor Ullmann

Oct 29, 31 – Nov 4, 6, 8, 12, 14, 2020

The circus is abandoned, and artists are shells of their former selves. The dictator Emperor Overall reigns and declares total war. Death refuses to take another soul.

Viktor Ullman’s now critically acclaimed chamber opera The Kaiser of Atlantis was written in 1943 in the Theresienstadt concentration camp. Before his death at Auschwitz, Ullman gave the score to a colleague, and the opera remained unperformed until 1975.

A haunting allegory about redemption despite the worst of humanity, this new production of The Kaiser of Atlantis features The Atlanta Opera Company Players in a chilling satire built for our time.

Oglethorpe University’s Hermance Stadium





2021-22 Season

The original 2020-21 Mainstage and Discoveries series season will be moved in its entirety to 2021-22.

And Coming Soon ...

The Big Tent Concert Series

Mezzo Extravaganza

Tuesday, November 10 at 7:30pm

This extravaganza celebrates the incredible work of The Atlanta Opera Company and Studio Players who sing at the sultry end of the musical staff. Superstars Jamie Barton, Gabrielle Beteag, Daniela Mack and Megan Marino have planned an evening of operatic favorites and explorations into the wider realm of mezzo soprano greatness.

Crossroads: A Variety Show

Sunday, November 15 at 7:30pm

It’s a Company and Studio Players jamboree! If you loved Opera to Opry (2016, 2017) featuring the one and only Michael Mayes, you’d adore this latest creative showcase. Our Players are multitalented singers and instrumentalists, and they will perform bluegrass, gospel, blues and other American standards. Meet us at the Crossroads for a casual good time and unforgettable tunes.


The Alliance Theatre presents

NAKED MOLE RAT GETS DRESSED: THE ROCK EXPERIENCE was filmed in March 2020 before COVID-19 forced the production to close early. Families can experience all the fun for a limited time when NAKED MOLE RAT GETS DRESSED streams on Alliance Theatre Anywhere Oct 21 - Nov 3. The stream will cost $10, and to that we say – rock on


Rock On

The Ghosts of Little Five Points Invite You To A Night of Frights and Haunted Delights!

Join Horizon Theatre for The Ghosts of Little Five Points: A "Spirited" Virtual Party for a night of ghostly cocktails, games, and hilarious and spine-tingling tales from beyond the grave!  

During this live Halloween mixer via Zoom, Medium Gina will mix her Ghostlight cocktail and introduce you to her colorful spirit guests, both real and imagined. You'll meet over a dozen ghosts of Little Five Points from familiar haunts like the Euclid Avenue Yacht Club, The Vortex, The Star Bar, and Variety Playhouse to the secret witch’s coven and lonely train tracks. Live theatre meets Halloween magic during this live, virtual interactive Halloween show!  

DRESS: Come in full costume and show it off, or don a festive hat or mask, or keep it simple and come as you are. No judgements - but we will highlight the best costumes! And there might be a prize or surprise or two... 

BYOB AND GHOSTLIGHT: You'll receive a recipe for our haunted Ghostlight Cocktail that Gina will show you how to create. So, get the simple ingredients in advance and mix along. Or just BYOB and watch her entertaining mix routine.

PARTY PROPS: This interactive party has some surprises in store, so bring your treats and tricks along with you. You'll receive a list of small, easy to find props so you can interact with our ghosts. You don't have to have them to participate, but it will be more fun! 

YOUR HOSTS: Created by some of the greatest comic and dramatic writing talents of Atlanta, Mark Kendall (Alliance's The Magic Negro, Dads Garage), Gina Rickicki (Gina's Garbage Hour, Dad's Garage), Neeley Gossett (writer, Found Stages) and directed by Horizon's new National New Play Network Producer in Residence, Nichole Palmietto,

YOUR GHOSTS: Hilarious Gina is our guide and medium for the evening in her seancy parlor (created by Horizon's award-winning resident designer Moriah and Isabel Curley-Clay).   Our dozen+ ghosts are played by some of Atlanta's favorite actors, including Lala Cochran (Horizon's Cooking Ala Lala, Waffle Palace, The Santaland Diaries), Kevin Gillese (Director of Dad's Garage TV), Skyler Brown (Horizon's Once), Eden Mew (Fun Home, Actor's Express), Brittani Minnieweather (Horizon's Sweet Water Taste),  O'Neill Delapenha (Shakespeare Tavern) and many more.

DATE AND TIME: Wed through Sun at 8pm, Oct 22 - November 1

AGE: Adults, but it's Ok for teens if you are OK with some strong language and our cocktail mixing.

This is the Halloween experience that's totally Atlanta that you won't want to miss.  

RSVP: Get Tickets Here!


Tickets are $20 for screen access through one email. Pricing is an additional $10 for the second viewer and $5 for each additional viewer on the same screen. It's a party! So bring as many friends as you like.

We'll be performing this live event for two weeks, between Oct. 22 and Nov. 1 so you have your choice of dates! Sign up now to get your bonus prop and drink information as soon as possible. (You may want to test our haunted spirit recipe before the show. Don't worry. We won't tell.)

If you need any assistance, please email boxoffice@horizontheatre.com. We are happy to help!

Special Subscriber Note!
Horizon subscribers may use your subscription funds that are on account at Horizon to pay for and view this show! See instructions when you get to the ticketing page.

Written and performed by Kerisse Hutchinson
Directed by Thomas W. Jones, II
Choreography by Victor Jackson Music
Musical Direction by S. Renee Clark


An inspiring music-filled, multimedia experience chronicling the life and spiritual journey of Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes, controversial member of the 90s pop music phenomenon, TLC. This play with music focuses on a young woman of color and the challenges that she encounters as she embarks on a journey to find her artistic voice and purpose. 2 The Left allows the audience to take a glimpse at the woman behind the legend and discover how her path might mirror our own.


Ticket purchase allows access to the streaming link.


Cost: from $30  Advance purchase $20 (non-members)/1 credit (members)

Approximate Running Time: 75 minutes


A Spoooky Goood Time!
Streaming Available Oct 30-Nov 1.

ORDER NOW            MORE INFO             FOR MEMBERS


Directed by Juan Carlos Unzueta

Cost: $20 per streaming view (non-members)/1 credit per streaming view (members)

Approximate Running time: 60 minutes

An all-star cast will perform some of the most chilling songs from Broadway and beyond at the Monster Mash Bash Cabaret. We know live performance has ghosted audiences across Metro Atlanta and you are missing those spine-tingling vocals that make you scream. Not to fear, carve out some time this Halloween weekend and stream our spooktacular show. It’s going to be a real treat.  

Our Stage On Screen brings the theatre to you!

Check out the Spooktacular Cast

October 22 - 24

October 29 - 31


Join us for "Murder at the Mansion". Based on a certain popular board game where the outcome is different every night. 7 characters will interact with the audience each night as the audience attempts to determine "who dunnit" in this interactive Zoom experience.

Thursday-Saturday evenings 8pm


Pumphouse Players presents

Paranormal investigations, scary stories, ghost hunts, haunts, and more in this online streaming event by Theatre Extreme and Pumphouse Players.

October 23-24 8:00 PM and 11:00 PM

October 29-31 8:00 PM and 11:00 PM




Our Jr. performers (ages 5-18) participated in intense one-day workshops where they worked hard to block, rehearse, perform, and record short plays for your enjoyment! You can enjoy 9 short family-friendly plays written by local writers and directed, costumed, choreographed, and designed by the Pumphouse Jr. crew, all of whom volunteered their time, talent, and skill to ensure all our Jr. performers could participate fee-free.

Join us October 9-11 (this Friday, Saturday, or Sunday!) for our 7pm and 3pm 
performance dates, or donate to watch the show at your convenience On Demand October 12th-31st.

Our recommendation? Turn your living room into your own theatre with a viewing party of your family or folks in your "bubble" and enjoy seeing some of your fave young performers star on screen.


Set in the early 1900s in New England, Daddy Long Legs is the vivid account of a young orphan as she blossoms into a beautiful, intelligent and vivacious woman. An anonymous benefactor gives Jerusha Abbott an opportunity to attend college, requiring that she write to him monthly, even though he will not respond. Her letters to him paint a moving portrait of her former life in the orphanage, and the development of her mind and spirit.



HANDS UP ATLANTA: Art & Activism

A free series of virtual conversations and performances exploring the role of artistic expression as a tool for activism, taking place all October.


The series will center on local perspectives from Atlanta and the South and feature artists, activists and community perspectives on art as a tool to reframe discourse, activate people to confront bias, and promote healing from the trauma of racism. Each event will begin with a film short that provokes conversation around themes found in the Alliance Theatre's upcoming production of Hands Up. Discussion topics will address Black image, identity, and allyship.


Community Partners include: United Way of Greater Atlanta, Emory Center for Ethics, The Counter Narrative Project, The Baton Foundation, Not So Strong, Brave & Kind Bookshop, Spelman College Department of Theatre, Compassionate ATL, Black Men Smile, B.L.A.C.T,  CREAT ATL, IDEA ATL, Atlanta Theatre Artists for Justice, and Out of Hand.


See Full Line-Up

The culminating event of the Art and Activism series, featuring Atlanta-based theatre arts organizations working on a range of racial justice and equity initiatives. Followed by a facilitated allyship discussion focused on navigating racism together.

Moderated by Maya Lawrence, Alliance Theatre's Anti-Bias Program Director

Featuring leaders from:
BLACT - Black Leaders Advocating Cultural Theatre
CREAT - Coalition for Racial Equity in Atlanta Theatre
ATAJ - Atlanta Theatre Artists for Justice
IDEA ATL - Inclusion, Diversity, and Equity in the Arts ATL

Oct. 29 @ 7pm

       Alliance Theatre for the Very Young presents       

SEP 15 - OCT 31, 2020

Directed by Rosemary Newcott

Inspired by Pearl Cleage and Zaron Burnett Jr.’s children’s book of the same name, In My Granny’s Garden invites our youngest audiences to explore the glory of growing your own food. Watch a tiny seed become a field of corn, green beans, collard greens, and bright red tomatoes. Step into a visual feast inspired by world renowned artist Radcliffe Bailey’s original paintings, and discover the one superpower that fuels Granny’s garden. This streaming play promises to leave you nourished in body and soul.  

Recommended for children 0-5 and their grown-ups.



Throughout the run of In My Granny's Garden, we will release exclusive extras. Extras are included with the purchase of the Enhanced Stream or Kathy & Ken Bernhardt Theatre for the Very Young Package. 


Home Guide for the Homestead includes games, crafts, music, and storytelling activities for the whole family. Free download with any stream purchase. 


Travel to gardens around Atlanta. Hear the sounds of the garden and meet gardeners, big and small, in this 3-episode audio adventure. Each field recording will be accompanied by a contemplative, meditative image of nature created by film maker Felipe Barral.


Just like a plant grows from a seed, a song grows from a phrase or rhyme. Professional Atlanta musicians will compose original songs based on lyrics created by Alliance Theatre families to be released in this virtual concert series. 


Listen to the music from In My Granny's Garden on repeat, and watch your little seedlings sing, dance, and grow. 


Synchronicity Theatre presents


4 Weeks. 4 Women. 4 Stories.

October 5 - November 8, 2020


4 weeks. 4 women. 4 stories. 4x4 is told through four different one-woman shows created by Atlanta artists. Whether you decide to watch via our In the Theatre ticket option, where you'll join a salon audience at the theatre for a live performance, or you decide to watch the show at home via our On the Screen ticket option, these plays will show you the power of theatre.


On the Screen Ticket: $10

In the Theatre Ticket: $35



Please review all the COVID-19 precautions and requirements for our 2020-2021 season here.


Backstage and Other Stories

A New Play Written and Performed by Terry Burrell

Direction and Musical Direction by S. Renee Clark


Streaming Online until November 1, 2020



After a lifetime on Broadway and regional stages, Terry Burrell spills the tea in a joyful, sassy, musical joint, accompanied by S. Renee Clark on the keys. These are two local legends you won’t want to miss!



Written and Performed by Sherry Jo Ward


Streaming Online until November 1, 2020


When professional actress Sherry Ward was diagnosed with Stiff-Person Syndrome, a rare degenerative disease that slowly inhibits mobility, she turned to theatre to tell her story. Funny yet vulnerable, STIFF offers a poignant experience for all audiences.


Chorus of Bears

A New Play Written and Performed by Lucy Smith

Directed by Rachel May


Streaming Online until November 1, 2020



In this riveting and honest story about the trials of parenting, Lucy Smith explores one woman’s experience bearing her child, baring her soul, and embracing her inner mama bear.



A New Play by Danielle Deadwyler

Directed by Addae Moon

Performed by Jasmine Thomas


Streaming Online until November 8, 2020


Equal parts performance art and domestic drama, RIP explores the collapse of a young couple's union. Written by screen and stage actress Danielle Deadwyler (The Watchmen, Atlanta), this show is a breathtaking deep dive into the lifecycle of relationships.


Lawrenceville Ghost Tours
Sept. 25 – Oct. 31

Aurora Theatre professional costumed storytellers will give thrill seekers a chill-down-their-spine with this spooky-meets-history in-person tour around Lawrenceville, featuring real stories and paranormal places. The tour begins and ends at Aurora Theatre. Tickets for Friday through Sunday ghost tours are $20 (adults) and $15 (children). A private tour is also available for up to 10 people ($125), as well as a virtual self-guided option ($20) on the website. To purchase tickets and review extra safety precautions and procedures, please visit auroratheatre.com/haunted-happenings or call 678.226.6222.

Stay within your inner circle of  family and friends. New private tour pricing, now more accessible than ever.


During the Covid-19 pandemic we have instituted precautions to make the Lawrenceville Ghost Tour experience safer for storytellers and their guests. One of the ways we have done this is to dedicate more opportunity for patrons to book their own private tour. The event already takes place outdoors and now you can easily book a tour for folks inside your personal bubble.
Still available most nights in October.

Email to Book Tour




Friday - Sunday | Now - Halloween

Use your phone or tablet to access a video version of the Ghost Tour.
Coming very soon.

Ghost Tours

Adults $20 • Children $15

Tour size will be limited to 15 people  

Real Stories, Real Spooky Places

Join us, if you dare, for one of our 90-minute tours of some of Lawrenceville’s most interesting places and the stories behind its most bizarre events, hauntingly told with the charm and personality of a professional  storyteller.

  • Learn about the night that the dead walked down the main street of Lawrenceville

  • Hear about bizarre paranormal events that have happened recently in the businesses that line the square

  • Visit the Old Jail and perhaps experience paranormal activity for yourself




Sold Out Dates

10/9 at 7pm, 10/16 at 7pm & 9pm, 10/25 at 7pm


Safety Precautions

  • Your ghost tour guide will be wearing a face-shield.

  • All ghost tour guides will be equipped with vocal amplification for storytelling stops on the tour.

  • Touchless check-in: Advance reservations are required. Your ghost tour guide will check you in for the tour but will not be able to process ticket payments.

  • Tour group size reduced.

And because it takes two to make things go right, we ask that our tour guests:

  • Maintain a 6 feet distance between parties while the guide is telling stories.

  • Wear a mask during the tour.

  • Follow all directions given by your ghost tour guide.



Tours begin outside the street entrance of Aurora Theatre at 128 E. Pike Street, Lawrenceville, Ga. 30046


There are no public restrooms available during the walking tour. And this year Lawrenceville Ghost Tour Patrons will not have access to the Aurora Theatre lobby and restrooms.

The Most Haunted Cemetery on Halloween Night

Hear chilling tales told in the most frightening place you can imagine, by a master storyteller. Scattered throughout the evening will be stories about the occupants of the Historic Lawrenceville Cemetery: the town’s earliest settlers and founders. Learn about the long forgotten but recently unearthed graves, all while investigating a paranormal hotspot where many have witnessed strange and unexplained occurrences.

2 Tours on Halloween | Also  10/17 & 10/29


Photos by Casey Gardner



All Photos by Casey Gardner

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