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Back to School Bash with Building 429 & JJ Weeks
The Georgia Players Guild presents “To The Limit”, a tribute to the music of Eagles. From the iconic story-like lyrics to the edgy, bluesy guitar riffs to the tight, workmanlike grooves, the show features the attention to detail and professionalism that GPG has become known for, with a sound and feel as down-home as Glenn Fry’s legendary “Colorado '' t-shirt.
Doug Stone and Andy Griggs are coming to the big stage at Theatre Dublin! Enjoy this special acoustic set Saturday, May 21st beginning at 7pm. Enjoy Doug Stone classics such as "I'd Be Better Off", and Andy Griggs classics such as "She's More" and "You Wont Ever Be Lonely. Tickets go on sale Monday, February 14th at 9am.
love for local talent
Wanting to support local? Enjoy a show presented by organizations within the Dublin-Laurens area!
2022 - 2023 season program
Louis Armstrong Society Jazz Band
The Louis Armstrong Society was formed in 2001 during the celebration of Louis Armstrong’s centennial birthday. The mission was simple: to share the legacy of great New Orleans jazz and the one-of-a-kind spirit of Louis with people around the world. That spirit was based on Louis’s perspective of life; although he played for kings and queens, heads of states, and crowds all over the world, he maintained a simple, joyous view of the world.
Join us for this truly New Orleans show and hear the history of jazz through the eyes of Satchmo, while simultaneously enjoying the music that made him famous! The Louis Armstrong Society's "Salute to Satchmo" is a tribute to the life, music, and spirit of Louis.
Katica Illényi is a Hungarian multi-instrumentalist (primarily violin), singer, and dancer. She has classical training, and plays in several musical genres including folk music, klezmer and Manouche jazz.
Illényi comes from a musical family. She was raised in Budapest, Hungary and began learning the violin with her father, Ferenc Illényi, who played in the orchestra of the Hungarian State Opera. Her older brother is a violinist with the Houston Symphony, her younger brother is a violin graduate of the Vienna Academy of Music, and her sister is a cellist with the Stadtorchester Winterthur in Switzerland. Katica attended the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest, after which she broadened her repertoire to include classical, jazz, and world music.
In 2002 Katica embarked on a solo stage career performing concerts containing eclectic programs of classical, jazz, and movie soundtrack themes. She has received international accolades, performing at concerts organized in cooperation with the Embassies of Hungary in several countries.
Atlanta Opera Studio Tour: Hansel and Gretel
Designed to travel, The Atlanta Opera Studio Tour productions are presented in schools and community venues across the state of Georgia each season. Educators are provided with comprehensive Study Guides which feature cross-curricular lesson plans and activities corresponding to the Georgia Standards of Excellence.
Returning from critical acclaim, this season features a fun adaptation of Humperdinck’s enchanting fairytale Hansel and Gretel where students are invited to take centerstage alongside Atlanta Opera artists. Suitable for all ages, this Hansel and Gretel teaches valuable lessons about being polite, making friends, and not judging a Witch by her wardrobe.
Kenari Saxophone Quartet
Applauded for their “flat-out amazing” performances and “stunning virtuosity” (Cleveland Classical), the highly acclaimed Kenari Quartet delivers inspiring performances that transform the perception of the saxophone. The quartet aims to highlight the instrument’s remarkable versatility by presenting meticulously crafted repertoire from all periods of classical and contemporary music. The group has earned top prizes at the M-Prize, Fischoff, J.C. Arriaga, Plowman, Chesapeake Bay International, and Coleman Chamber Music Competitions.
GSU Symphonic Wind Ensemble
The Georgia Southern Symphonic Wind Ensemble is the most select of the concert bands, with a membership limited to 50-55 of the most accomplished woodwind, brass, and percussion performers on the Statesboro campus. Members of the Symphonic Wind Ensemble perform repertoire of the highest caliber, representing all musical style periods from the Renaissance through modern day, featuring works created by the finest composers for the historical and modern wind band.
The Symphonic Wind Ensemble typically performs two to three concerts each semester on-campus or regionally and regularly tours Georgia and the Southeast. The Symphonic Wind Ensemble has appeared in London, Prague, Vienna, Budapest, Florence, and Munich.
Based on enormously positive feedback from our inaugural performance in June 2019, DLAC is pleased to announce the 4th annual Youth Theatre Camp/Production. The Camp is open to all students ages 6-18 years old. The camp will run for approximately 4 weeks during the month of June and culminate in a full theatrical stage production at Theatre Dublin.
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Presenters may rent Theatre Dublin for a variety of performances. Base rental rates are below. We encourage you to read through our Technical Package and Lease Rules to learn more information. When you're ready to book, call (478) 277-5074 or email email@example.com to begin.
Facility Rental: $750 for 8 hours including load-in and load-out.
Rehearsal Fee: $250 for up to 4 hours, stage only
Sound/Lighting Technician: $35/ hour, 4 hours minimum
Concert Grand Piano: $300/ day
Upright Stage Piano: $50/ day
Security/ Damage Deposit: $300
Marquee Rental: $50 up to two hours, non-event related
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314 Academy Avenue
Dublin, GA 31021
Box Office Hours 2pm - 5pm
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Performance Date - two hours prior to showtime
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Market on Madison
Home to the weekly downtown farmers market and the First Friday Concert Series, the Market is also available for private events.
The Carnegie Library, located in the heart of Downtown Dublin, is undergoing rennovations. Formerly the Laurens County Museum, Dublin's most prestegious building will soon be revived as the new Downtown Welcome Center and Museum!
The Fred Roberts
Built in 1926, the historic Fred Roberts Hotel re-opened as professional, retail, and residential condominiums in 2011. Today, the Fred Roberts mixes historic beauty and vibrant modern uses. The building is open for tours and visits Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm.
The Old Post Office
This 1912 building offers a glimpse into the next century, blending century-old architecture with 21st century technology. Tours available Monday-Friday.
Dublin-Laurens Arts Council
The Arts Council has actively worked to promote and present performing arts programming in our community for nearly 50 years. Each year, the Arts Council presents a full season of concerts, plays, and recitals at Theatre Dublin, and is dedicated to educational outreach and providing access to the arts to all students in Dublin-Laurens County.
Tourism Product Development Recipient
Many thanks to our tourism partner, Visit Dublin, for the investment into our community's assets and the tireless efforts put forth in an effort to promote Theatre Dublin.
Georgia Council for the Arts
2016 Vibrant Communities Grant Award Recipient
2014 Tourism Product Development Agreement Recipient
A special thank you to Georgia Council for the Arts for investing in state-wide cultural enrichment. As the result of our partnership with Georgia Council for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts, Theatre Dublin underwent a major stage renovation in 2014 and presented A Midsummer Night's Dream by the National Players in February 2016.
Georgia Presenters & the Fox Theatre Institute
2016 Block Booking Grant Award Recipient
Georgia Presenters, a statewide booking consortium, provides a vehicle for collective programming where presenters, theatres, and communities can work together to increase cultural opportunities in their own communities and statewide. Georgia Presenters was established in 2008 as a result of the hard work and dedication of Georgia’s presenting organizations, governmental agencies, private groups and devoted individuals who recognized the potential impact of collaboration among presenters.
National Endowment for the Arts
The National Endowment for the Arts is an independent federal agency that funds and promotes artistic excellence, creativity, and innovation for the benefit of individuals and communities.