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. 

October 6 / 7:30pm

The Grammy Award-winning vocal ensemble Chanticleer has been hailed as “the world’s reigning male chorus.” Founded in San Francisco in 1978, Chanticleer is one of the most prolific recording and touring ensembles in the world. Their repertoire is rooted in the renaissance and includes a wide range of classical, gospel, jazz, popular music and new compositions and arrangements. Sponsored by the Sewell Foundation.
$25 Adults/ $10 Youth (12 & under)

The Carrollton Wind Ensemble will perform an original score by Carrollton native Elijah Green for the 1925 silent movie, Phantom of the Opera. The iconic phantom is played by Lon Chaney. Green is a multi-instrumentalist, singer, producer, conductor and composer, was a CSO Young Composer Winner and earned a presidential scholarship to Berklee College of Music in Boston.

When a high-spirited, red-headed orphan girl is sent to live with the Cuthberts at Green Gables, they claim a mistake has been made since they had asked for a boy. But before Marilla and her quiet brother Matthew can send her back to the orphanage, Anne’s winsome ways capture their hearts, and her winning personality and funny antics captivate all who come to know her. Audiences will enjoy this beautiful adaptation of Anne’s adventures from childhood to maturity. Performed by the Carrollton Youth Theatre; Directed by Ciara Thornton. Sponsored by Dianne Jackson.

Statler Brothers Harold and Don Reid’s sons, Wil and Langdon Reid, carry on their fathers’ Country Music Hall of Fame legacy. The cousins employ outstanding harmony, inherited from their fathers, and are prolific songwriters, including writing their tribute to their fathers’ group, The Statler Brothers Song. The duo has also been the opening act for the late, legendary George Jones. Come enjoy an evening of classic and traditional country music. Sponsored by Dr. Howard and Jana Seeman and Zach and Kelly Steed.
$20 Adult / $10 Youth (12 and under)

Come hear smokin’ hot jazz performed by the Carrollton Jazz Orchestra. This band has become 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 annual Christmas Eve party, daughter Clara receives a nutcracker from her uncle. After the party, Clara falls into a deep sleep and dreams of a battle with the Rat King, a land of sweets and a handsome prince and is entertained by the Sugar Plum Fairy and her Cavalier. This year’s ballet will feature new choreography and other surprises. The production will showcase elaborate backdrops, sets, costumes and beautiful dancing performed by our local dance community and professional dancers. Directed by Brii Tyson. Sponsored by Baxley Jewelers.
$20 Adult / $10 Youth (12 and under)
Season ticket holders attend on November 17

The comedy/drama The Last Night of Ballyhoo, written by Driving Miss Daisy playwright, Alfred Uhry, is set in an upper-class German-Jewish community in 1939 Atlanta. Adolph Freitag’s family confronts prejudice, ethnic bias and religious identity while looking forward to Ballyhoo, a lavish cotillion ball sponsored by their restrictive country club. Sponsored by Tritt Realty.
$15 Adults; $10 Youth (12 and under)
Season ticket holders attend on December 1.

Enjoy Charles Dickens’ timeless classic, introduced to a whole new generation through the magical craft of puppetry. The story of three spirits who arrive on a single haunted night to teach miserly Ebenezer Scrooge the meaning of Christmas has delighted audiences since it was published in 1843. Secure your seats early to this production sure to become an annual family favorite.
$15 Adults; $10 Youth (12 & under)

For 45 years, the Community Chorus has presented the Christmas gift of music to our community. Come celebrate the season as the chorus performs classics sure to put your family in a holiday mood. Directed by Terry Lowry. Sponsored by United Community Bank.
Season ticket holders attend on December 8.

Let this outstanding concert band transport 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.

Let the Carrollton Jazz Orchestra transport you back in time through the music of the holidays, revealing memories with the sound only a Big Band can make. Bring the entire family to this special Christmas concert.
$15 Adults / $10 Youth (12 and under)

Paperhand Puppet Intervention’s directors Donovan Zimmerman and Jan Burger use papier-mâché, cardboard, bamboo, old house paints, cloth and other assorted junk to create giant puppets, masks, shadow plays and spectacle performances Inspired by the enormous puppets of the ‘60s. Paperhand’s award-winning performances aim to be an inspiration, a call to action and a celebration for everyone of all ages! Sponsored by The GA Council for the Arts, United Community Bank and the Sewell Foundation.

The popular brother/sister duo, the Carpenters, gave us some of the most unforgettable ballads and melodic pop songs of the ‘70s and early ‘80s. This tribute band brings Carpenters’ hits like Close To You, We’ve Only Just Begun, Rainy Days and Mondays, Please Mr. Postman and Yesterday Once More to the stage while sharing some of the stories behind the music. Sponsored by Pippin Music Academy.
$35 Adults/ $10 Youth (12 and under)

Written by Dennis Blackmon and Regina Wells, this musical is the epic love story of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Coretta Scott King, framed by the fires of the American Civil Rights era. The young couple leaves their safe, prestigious life in Atlanta for what should be the quiet town of Montgomery, Alabama. Martin is thrust into the spotlight, leading what turns out to be a year-long bus boycott as the two become parents and the city explodes with the fight for civil rights. Sponsored by Dr. Richard and Marilyn Glass.
$20 Adults/ $10 Youth (12 and under)
Season ticket holders attend on February 16

The Carroll Symphony Orchestra continues its tradition of excellence by presenting a concert of masterworks, including Beethoven’s Sixth Symphony (Pastoral) and the winning compositions from the 2023 CSO Young Composer Competition. Join Conductor Terry Lowry and the CSO for this incredible evening of music. This is the perfect Valentine date.
$20 Adults/ $10 Youth (12 & under)
Performed at the Carroll County Performing Arts Center.

In the 1590s, brothers playwrights Nick and Nigel Bottom are stuck in the shadow of that Renaissance rock star: Shakespeare. When a local soothsayer says the future of theatre is singing, dancing and acting at the same time, Nick and Nigel set out to write the world’s very first musical.
$20 Adults/ $10 Youth (12 & under)
Season ticket holders attend on March 8.

Emmet Cahill, star of the PBS phenomenon, Celtic Thunder, has been widely hailed as Ireland’s most exciting young tenor. Cahill takes the audience on a musical journey, allowing them to connect with their most cherished memories through beautiful songs like Danny Boy, When Irish Eyes are Smiling and My Wild Irish Rose. Enjoy your St. Patty’s Day at the Center for the Arts! Sponsored by Milestone Investments.
$25 Adults/ $10 Youth (12 and under)

Love songs of all kinds will set your heart fluttering as the Carroll County Community Chorus presents a program of classic love songs. Directed by Terry Lowry.
Season ticket holders attend on April 12.

The Carrollton Jazz Orchestra presents another concert of exciting jazz tunes Works by Stan Kenton and Count Basie played by some of the finest jazz musicians in North America – right here in Carrollton. You don’t want to miss this swinging gig!
$15 Adults/ $10 Youth (12 & under)

The Carrollton Wind Ensemble is heading to Italy! Join us for this bon voyage concert and hear the selections they will present in concerts in Venice, Florence and Rome. Come help us give our wind ensemble a big send off. Conducted by Terry Lowry.

Tanglewood Marionettes is a nationally touring marionette theater based in New England. Highly skilled puppeteers bring their repertoire of classic tales to life using large, beautifully hand-crafted marionettes, colorful sets and integrated lighting and sound. This summer, Tanglewood will feature two different performances: Hansel & Gretel and An Arabian Adventure.
$15 Adults; $10 Youth (12 and under)