SPECIAL SERVICES: The Carrollton Center for the Arts offers seating for individuals with physical limitations. Patrons that wish to sit in these areas can remain in their chair or can transfer to a movable chair provided by the center. For those needing ASL, please contact Superintendent Tim Chapman at least one week in advance to secure an interpreter. The center also offers sound amplification devices. Service dogs are required to wear a vest. All other special needs patrons should contact the Box Office at 770-838-1083.

PROGRAM CHANGES: The Carrollton Center for the Arts reserves the right to make changes in programs and artists without prior notice.

CAMERAS AND RECORDERS: All cameras and recording devices are strictly prohibited in the Carrollton Center for the Arts.

PARKING: Free parking is available at several locations around the venue. The facility has a parking lot on the west side of the building on

TICKETS: Purchase tickets online or at the box office. All ticket sales are final, no refunds or exchanges. 

Camp Performance of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
July 9 / 6pm

A comedic adaption of the Disney classic about beautiful Snow White, her jealous stepmother, the Queen, and the delightful Seven Dwarfs. Adapted by Kathryn Schultz Miller.
Tickets: $5

This is the Shakespearean classic as Dr. Seuss would have written it, sprinkled with contemporary references to add to the silliness! Hamlet still battles insanity and seeks the truth behind his father’s death, but this retelling also has Ikea-style furniture and characters who won’t put down their cell phones.
Tickets: $5

Based on the film and with a rocking new score from Andrew Lloyd Webber, School of Rock follows slacker Dewey Finn as he turns a class of straight A students into an ear-popping, riff-scorching, all-conquering rock band. Directed by David Pippin. Sponsored by Oak Mountain Academy.
Tickets: $15 Adults, $10 Youth (12 and younger)

On a rainy day with no wifi, Emma and Lavonne explore grandma’s basement and discover a surprising old storyteller. Join them on their journey into the tall tales, original music, memorable characters and rich history of western Georgia, through the art of puppetry. Directed and created by Scott Foxx. Written by Mimi Gentry and Scott Foxx, in cooperation with the UWG Center for Public History and the West Georgia Regional Library. Project funded by the Community Foundation of West Georgia.

This evening celebrates the remarkable talents of the music majors and faculty at the University of West Georgia and will feature many people who have helped make the Center for the Arts what it is today as we celebrate our 20th anniversary.
$15 Adults/ $10 Youth (12 & under)

The Carroll County Community Theatre presents the true story of Helen Keller, who lost both her sight and hearing as an infant. Through her teacher, Annie Sullivan, she learns how to use sign language. Directed by Cindi Winstead.
Season ticket holders attend September 16

Greer Lyle, Shawn Megorden and Deni Harling, three talented vocalists from the community, come together for one sensational concert.
$15 Adult / $10 Youth (12 and under)

The Carrollton Wind Ensemble, an outreach program of the Carroll Symphony Orchestra, is a resident ensemble of the Carrollton Center for the Arts. Under the direction of CSO Conductor Terry Lowry, this year’s performances will feature Italian and American composers as the ensemble prepares for a 2023 Italian tour.

This concert fuses classical and bluegrass, showcasing pianist Terry Lowry (conductor of the Carroll Symphony Orchestra) and the Steed Brothers Band, featuring Zach and David Steed on guitar and mandolin, Jane Baxter on bass and James McKinney on banjo. Lowry and McKinney play classical selections together and all the artists take part in a group jam during the final set.
$15 Adults/ $10 Youth (12 and under)

The Carrollton Jazz Orchestra is quickly becoming one of the premiere jazz ensembles in the South. This is a program for jazz aficionados and newcomers alike.
$15 Adult/ $10 Youth (12 and under)

At the Stahlbaum’s Christmas Eve party, their daughter, Clara, receives a nutcracker. She falls into a deep sleep and dreams of a battle with Rat King, a land of sweets, a handsome prince and the Sugar Plum Fairy and her Cavalier. This year’s ballet will feature new choreography, elaborate backdrops, magical sets, incredible costumes and of course, beautiful dancing performed by our local dance community with professional dancers in principal roles. Directed by Brii Tyson.
Season ticket holders attend on November 18
$18 Adult / $10 Youth (12 and under)

This hilarious Christmas show features all the elements from the beloved motion picture in which Ralphie Parker asks his parents for a Red Ryder BB gun. Directed by Duane Sohl.
Season ticket holders attend December 1

Come celebrate Christmas In Carrollton as the Community Chorus performs classics like Silent Night, O Holy Night and some less traditional works like, All Is Well, December Prayer, Merry Everything and All I Want for Christmas Is You.
Season ticket holders attend December 10

The Carrollton Wind Ensemble transports you to a winter wonderland with sentimental
favorites such as Sleigh Ride and White Christmas. Conductor Terry Lowry will take
your requests at the piano.

The Carrollton Jazz Orchestra presents Christmas favorites, revealing memories with the sound only a Big Band can make.
$15 Adults/ $10 Youth (12 and under)

Tyler Lyle is a performer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from Carrollton. He’s toured the world with his band, The Midnight, and has won multiple awards for lyric writing. His album, The Golden Age and The Silver Girl, was one of NPR’s Top Ten albums of the year and his band has charted multiple times on Billboard.
$15 Adults/ $10 Youth (12 and under)

The Carroll Symphony Orchestra presents a concert of masterworks including Beethoven’s 3rd Symphony, a newly commissioned piece from a local composer and the winning selections from the 2022 CSO Young Composer competition. This is the perfect Valentine’s date.
$18 Adults/ $10 Youth (12 & under)

David Pippin is a two-time Atlanta Blues Challenge winner, a graduate of the Atlanta Institute of Music and the owner of Pippin Music Academy. This Latin Jazz concert will feature David, his eight-member band and guest appearances by other local and regional performers.
$15 Adults/ $10 Youth (12 and under)

Steel Magnolias is a comedy-drama by Robert Harling about the bond among a group of Southern women in Northwest Louisiana who are as delicate as magnolias, but as tough as steel.
Season ticket holders attend March 10
$15 Adults/ $10 Youth (12 & under)

The Carrollton Jazz Orchestra presents a concert of exciting jazz tunes from
the Afro-Cuban tradition, including works by Stan Kenton and Count Basie. You do not want
to miss this swinging gig!
$15 Adults/ $10 Youth (12 & under)

The Center for the Arts, UWG’s Theater Department and local actors present this season’s spring musical, which will be announced in January, 2023. Directed by Amy Cuomo.
Season ticket holders attend on April 12
$15 Adults/$10 Youth (12 & Under) and UWG students with University ID

In celebration of 20 years at the Center for the Arts, the Community Chorus performs favorite musical selections spanning the past two decades. Directed by Jack Gantt.
Season ticket holders attend April 21

The Carrollton Wind Ensemble’s final concert of the year before their tour of Italy features compositions by local musicians, Mark Zickefoose and UWG alumni, Katahj Copely. Help us give our wind ensemble a rousing send off as they prepare to take a piece of Carrollton to Italy! Conducted by Terry Lowry.