Monday, April 29, 2013
Patch is giving away a pair of prime tickets to the last show of the downtown Lawrenceville theatre's season.
Enter to win a pair of fifth row tickets to an opening weekend performance of Lark Eden at the Aurora Theatre in Lawrenceville on Saturday, May 4, at 8 p.m. from Patch. Aurora's final play of its 17th season, Lark Eden is a southern comedy about chosen family and best friends. The play by Natalie Symons follows three lifelong friends over 75 years. The play runs from May 2 through May 26. Full-price tickets start at $20. Visit www.auroratheatre.com for discount and matinee prices. To enter Patch's ticket giveaway, simply tell us about your best friend in the comment section below by Thursday, May 2, at 12 p.m. We will randomly choose the winner from the comments. The winner will be announced by Thursday, May 2, at 6 p.m. See our rules for…
Monday, July 30, 2012
Patch is giving away tickets to the Aurora Theatre's first show of its 17th season.
It's a new season for the Aurora Theatre in Lawrenceville. They're kicking off their 17th season with the Broadway classic "Sweet Charity." And Patch is joining the celebration by giving out four pairs of tickets for the show of your choice the weekend of Aug. 10. Entering the contest is simple: We'll then choose four winners at random from all of the entries. For complete rules and details, please see the PDF in our photo and media gallery. "Sweet Charity" stars Rebecca Simon as Charity Hope Valentine, a young woman trying to make it and find love in New York City in the 1960s. The play also stars Canton, Ga., native Trent Blanton as all of Charity's love interests. The Neil Simon play opens Thursday, Aug. 2, and runs through Sunday, …
Tuesday, July 17, 2012
The theatre in Lawrenceville, Ga. kicks off its 17th season with the Neil Simon classic show.
Tuesday, July 17, 2012
The Aurora Theatre in Downtown Lawrenceville is getting ready to raise the curtain on its 17th season with Sweet Charity. This play chronicles the misadventures of Charity Hope Valentine, a dancer trying to find her way through love and New York City in the 1960's. The original Broadway production with music by Cy Coleman, lyrics by Dorothy Fields, book by Neil Simon and choreography by Bob Fosse won five Tony Awards. The Aurora cast stars Rebecca Simon as Charity Hope Valentine and her husband Trent Blanton, a native of Canton, Ga., as all of Charity's love interests. “We traditionally open the season with a classic Broadway musical at Aurora," said Aurora's Producing Artistic Director Anthony Rodriguez in a release. "Sean Daniels …
Saturday, May 19, 2012
Patch is giving away five pairs of tickets to see this play at the Aurora Theatre.
Fore! Actually, five. That’s how many pairs of tickets we’re giving away to see The Fox on the Fairway, playing now at the Aurora Theatre in Downtown Lawrenceville. Ken Ludwig’s The Fox on the Fairway is a comedy about golf and a rivalry between two country clubs. Ludwig also wrote Moon Over Buffalo and Lend Me a Tenor. The winners will be able to go to a show of their choice between Thursday, May 24th and Sunday, May 27th. To enter, simply tell us why you like local theater in the comment section below. All eligible entries must be submitted by Wednesday, May 23rd at 11:59am. We'll randomly choose five winners from all of the commenters. Good luck!
Thursday, June 2, 2011
Take the kids to check out this fun play.
Princess Pigface is playing now through June 4th at the New Dawn Theater in Duluth. It's a funny and fast-paced fairy tale that children will love and adults will enjoy as well. Showtime is 2pm each day and tickets are $7.
Sunday, January 23, 2011
The Aurora Theatre's production of "Sirens" tells the story of a songwriter who follows a siren's song to a deserted island, only to realize his true love is back at home.
The Aurora Theatre's “Sirens” offers a whimsical glimpse into a mundane part of almost any marriage or romantic relationship – the stage where the excitement has started to fade and the prospect of staying committed to that one person seems more boring than comforting. In the play, this seems to be the state of Sam and Rose's marriage. Twenty-five years ago, the song Sam (Steve Coulter) wrote to convince Rose (Mary Lynn Owen) to marry him became a classic love song. But now, they can't keep from bickering as the visit a travel agent to plan a vacation for their anniversary. They exchange heated words that seem to be part of a long-standing fight. Sam is frustrated with both his marriage and his inability to write a song that matches his …