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. 

A Christmas Story
December 1 – 3, 7:30pm / December 4, 2pm

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. Sponsored by Tritt Realty.
Season ticket holders attend December 1

Come celebrate Christmas In Carrollton as the Community Chorus performs classics like O Holy Night and some popular favorites like Santa Claus is Coming to Town, Christmas Time is Here (Charlie Brown Christmas Song), Christmas at the Movies, Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree and Sleigh Ride.
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)

The 2pm show will showcase the talents of the 3 6 year-olds in our Creative Movement and Pre-Ballet classes. The 7pm show will be a joint showcase featuring Southern Dance Precision.  

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)

Djoli Kelen is a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving, highlighting and advancing the transformative power of African and African Diaspora dance, music and culture in America. This performance will include storytelling, dance and more as the audience interconnects with African culture.  Sponsored by FAST Project (Family About Service Travel).
$15 Adults/$10Youth (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. Presented at the Carroll County Schools Performing Arts Center.
$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. Sponsored by Dr. Howard and Jana Seeman.
$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. Sponsored by United Community Bank.
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. Sponsored by Dr. Richard and Marilyn Glass and J. Collins Funeral Home.
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.
Season ticket holders attend April 21

The funny, heart-warming, and family-friendly story of an inventor father, who keeps his family of twelve children running efficiently. Directed by Jenny Lyle.

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.

Join us as our dance program presents their spring showcase with the theme of Once Upon a Time. Dancers of all ages will perform ballet, tap, jazz and modern dance.