Sautee Nacoochee, Georgia
UPCOMING PERFORMANCES
UPCOMING PERFORMANCES
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LISA DEATON in CONCERT

SATURDAY, JULY 8, 7:30pm in the Center Theater

Lisa Deaton (LD) grew up in North Carolina singing in church and in school. She also sang on the lawn mower and in the yard and on the bus - pretty much anywhere. All that singing paid off in college, when she was cast in Godspell and other musical productions.

After moving to Georgia in 1981, she began to sing with friends and over the years, learned to play some guitar and bass and recently incorporated piano. Music has brought many gifts. Lots of friendships have led to lots of different songs, a bit of travel and some good stories.

Some friends will be joining her, some will be fondly remembered, and all will be honored. Artists who will bring their talents to portions of this show are: Tom Wescoat, longtime friend and one of the earliest collaborators whose encouragement is every bit as valuable as his fingerpicking. Marty Nix, a previous Blind Date, wonderfully innovative guitar player who fits right in anywhere and plays most any style. Debbielee Whelchel, Banjo Girl, willing to try new and different arrangements and inspires with her sheer devotion to music. Jill Crunkleton, fellow devotee of music to soothe the soul, modernizer (she shakes things up!), and fearless performer.

Tickets Members $15, Non Members $18, Child (16 and under) $10.


AUNTIE Q AND HER WAYWARD GIRLS
A Variety Show Gone Astray

FRIDAY, JULY 21 and SATURDAY, JULY 22 at 8:30pm
This curious compendium of talent - local luminaries and national notables - will create one show in two acts: First Act, Friday night, Second Act on Saturday night. Have a singularly good time: just see one show. To get the full experience, see them both. Songs, poems, dances and digressions will take place on the Center Theatre stage, where it will never be the same show once, let alone twice.

"There are some fabulous performers and thinkers who have agreed to come to Sautee Nacoochee this summer, to meet up with the amazing people here who love to be onstage and have some wicked smart insights into what's going on. All of this together is an experiment in the alchemy of topical performance. What happens when you combine all these elements? Magic, for sure," says Lisa Q Mount, otherwise known as Auntie Q.
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Subject matter suitable for adults only. Tickets $15 per show. Special bonus points will be awarded to patrons who see both shows.

SHERLOCK'S LAST CASE, a play by Charles Marowitz

Directed by Brent Glenn, Sherlock's Last Case is a 2 act play by Charles Marowitz in the Center Theater. Winner of the Louis B. Mayer Award.

Friday, August 4 at 7:30pm Thursday, August 10 at 7:30pm***
Saturday, August 5 at 7:30pm Friday, August 11 at 7:30pm
Sunday, August 6 at 4:00pm Saturday, August 12 at 7:30pm
Sunday, August 13 at 4:00pm

Tickets: $15 Members, $18 Non Members, $10 Student
***August 10 – No reservations/pay what you can.

Picking up where the famous stories ended, the play centers on a death threat against Sherlock Holmes by the supposed son of his late nemesis, Professor Moriarty. Oddly enough, however, Holmes is warned of the plot by Moriarty's daughter, to whom Holmes (who turns out to be quite a ladies' man) is strongly attracted.

The plot then twists and turns until Holmes finds himself imprisoned in a dank cellar, trapped not by young Moriarty but, to his shocked surprise, by the good Dr. Watson - who, it turns out, has long been bitterly resentful of his second-class status as Holmes' lackey. After Holmes' demise Watson comes into his own, or seems to, until a number of impostors turn up claiming to be the real Sherlock Holmes.

In sorting all this out the play mixes humor and suspense in equal amounts, leading to a stunning final twist that will surely catch audiences by complete and breath-stopping surprise.

Cast and Crew of Sherlock’s Last Case

Jim BradleyInspector Lestrade
Joe CashDr. Watson
Linda ErbeleMrs. Hudson
Sara RobertsLiza / Damion Moriarty
Sam SteeleSherlock Holmes
Catherine Brooks-GeigerStage Manager
Brent GlennDirector / Light and Sound
Jesse LumsdenTechnical/Props Manager
Josh Oberlander-DennySet Designer

Sherlock's Last Case is presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., New York.

BEAN CREEK CHOIR AND FRIENDS

SUNDAY, AUG 20, 3:00pm in the Historic Gym
Join the Bean Creek Choir along with several, regional church choir friends for this annual celebration of music and community.

The event is free, seating is general - no tickets or reservations - with a pass-the-hat donation request during the show.

SHUBERT ALLEY IN THE VALLEY

SATURDAY, AUG 26 • 7:30pm & SUNDAY, AUG 27 • 2:30pm in the Center Theater

Broadway meets Sautee in this fabulously lively, musical extravaganza. Get your tickets early - always a sellout.

Tickets $12 Members, $14 Non Members, $8 Child (16 and under)

EVENING STAR REMEMBERED

SATURDAY, SEP 30 • 7:30pm in the Center Theater. Featuring
Pierce Pettis and Andy Offut Irwin

SUNDAY, OCT 1 • 4:00pm in the Center Theater. Featuring
Annie Lalley, Joe Ebel and Andy Offut Irwin
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Tickets, each show: $20 Members, $23 Non Members, $15 Child (16 and under)

Members who purchase tickets for both shows receive a $2 discount for each show. You must order tickets for both dates in one transaction to qualify for the discount.

  • Select your seat(s) for the first show
  • Click back to shopping button and select seat(s) for the next show (must total 2)
  • Your discount will be automatically applied at the end of the transaction

CANNON CLASSICAL MUSIC SERIES 2017
Four SUNDAYS at 4:00pm in the Center Theater
  1. Sunday, September 10, 2017: Franklin Pond Chamber Music
  2. Sunday, October 22, 2017: Alan Brown, pianist
  3. Sunday, November 5, 2017: Atlanta Saxophone Quartet
  4. Sunday, December 10, 2017: Georgia Guitar Quartet

Tickets for each concert $23 Members, $25 Non Members, $12 Child (16 and under). Complete Series Discount price of $80 - for Members only - all four concert dates for $20 each!
You must order tickets for all four concert dates in one transaction to qualify for the series discount. For online member series purchases click above, then:

  • Select your seat(s) for the first concert date
  • Click back to shopping button and select seat(s) for the next three concert dates (must total 4)
  • Your discount will be automatically applied at the end of the transaction

To order by phone call (706) 878-3300. more info...

LILIES OF THE VALLEY

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 7:30pm and SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2:00pm
in the Center Theater
Some the valley's most talented women musicians join forces for this popular musical presentation enjoying its ninth year. From folk to funk, Lisa Deaton, DeDe Vogt, Joanne Steele, Debbielee Whelchel, Barbara Luhn, Lisa Mount, Ann Whitley, Susan Johnson, Cheri Crutchfield-Luhn, Courtney Johnston, Sabrina Dorsey and Jill Crunkleton bring it!

One of the Sautee Nacoochee Center's most successful fundraisers, always a sellout - get your tickets early. $20 Members, $23 Non Members, $15 Child (16 and under).

TWO ROOMS, a play by Lee Blessing

Friday, NOVEMBER 17 & Saturday, NOVEMBER 18 at 7:30pm
Sunday, NOVEMBER 19 at 4:00pm
in Center Theater with Essence To Crux Theatre Company

Provocative and compelling, this arresting work deals with a subject much in the minds of contemporary society - the taking of innocent hostages by political terrorists. First presented by California's innovative La Jolla Playhouse, the play illuminates both the numbing agony of the one detained and also the helpless fury of those who are left behind - loved ones impatient for something to be done, and officials who feel they must be guided by logic rather than emotion.

Kallie Robinson, Director/Producer Kallie Robinson
Kathryn May, Assistant Director/Producer Kathryn May

Tickets: $12 Members, $15 Non Members, $10 Students