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2013 - 2014 Arts Calendar

This year I am happy to bring you our 13th annual Arts Calendar. This year’s publication is chock full of exhibitions, theatrical productions, concerts and gala events many of which are held each year in Richmond, Columbia and Aiken counties and beyond. It is exciting and impressive proof that the arts continue to be alive and well-supported in Augusta.

A quick glance reveals a wealth  of opportunities for arts enthusiasts of all ages. Music offerings include events from classical to contemporary and everything in between. Theater productions abound, whether your interests take you on stage in front of  the footlights or to a front row seat in the audience. From major exhibitions of art by nationally renowned artists to more intimate gallery showings of regional artists, ever-changing opportunities abound for viewing and enjoying the visual arts.  

A variety of arts festivals round out the year including  the ever-popular Arts in the Heart of Augusta and its dizzying array of festivities as well as the Westobou Festival, featuring an edgy and provocative schedule that continues to evolve each year.

So keep your calendar close at hand over the coming months and be sure not to miss a single exciting moment of the 2013-2014 cultural season.

August  |   Sepetember  |  October  |  November December  |  JanuaryFebruary  | March  |  April  |  May

August 2013

August 1
What’s in the Box?: Beads and Seeds. Learn about Southern craft and create a work inspired by the exhibition Tradition/Innovation with help from a surprise in the box. 10-11 a.m. Morris Museum of Art. Registration required by calling (706) 828-3867.

August 1-3
Social Security. Two married art dealers struggle with the visit of the wife’s archetypal Jewish mother and goody-goody sister. Dinner, 7 p.m. Show, 8 p.m. Fort Gordon Dinner Theatre. (706) 793-8552.

August 1-September 1
Tradition/Innovation: American Masterpieces of Southern Craft and Traditional Art. Exhibition celebrates master craftspeople and artists in the South. A
surprising range of contemporary artwork—everything from a Mardi Gras Indian costume and glass to baskets, quilts, ceramics, books and silver work. Morris Museum of Art. (706) 724-7501.

August 1-11
Picasso: Prints Inspired by the Ballets Russe From the Weatherspoon Art Museum. Columbia Museum of Art. Columbia, S.C. (803) 799-2810.

August 1-September 1
Found in Translation: The Geometric Abstraction of Steven Naifeh. Pulitzer Prize winner and S.C. resident Steven Naifeh is simultaneously fascinated with the history of Western art and motifs derived from Islamic art. He combines these influences in his powerful, large-scale and colorful abstract pieces. Columbia Museum of Art. Columbia, S.C. (803) 799-2810.

August 1-30
Art Exhibition and Opening Reception. Showcasing the work of Cathy Armstrong, Linda Hardy and Sue Porterfield. 5-7 p.m. Sacred Heart Cultural Center. (706) 826-4700.  

August 1-31
Dollar Dog Days. For the entire month of August, admission to the Augusta Museum of History is only one dollar. (706) 722-8454.

August 1-October 6
The Gladness of Nature: Paintings by Honor Marks. Drawing her inspiration from writers Annie Dillard, Edward Abbey and Madeleine L’Engle and a host of botanical and natural history painters, Marks transforms meticulous field study into bold, yet sensitive paintings of botanical specimens. Morris Museum of Art. (706) 724-7501.

August 1-September 1
Silhouettes by Helen Hatch Inglesby. Drawn from the Morris Museum’s permanent collection, the never-before-exhibited silhouettes by Helen Hatch Inglesby (1914–1999) feature the work of one of Savannah’s most celebrated artists of the 20th century. Morris Museum of Art. (706) 724-7501.

August 2-29
South Carolina Watermedia Exhibit. Opening reception, August 3. 6-8 p.m. Aiken Center for the Arts. (803) 641-9094.

August 4
Artrageous! Family Sunday: Granny Mother Goose. Enjoy classic songs and stories. Afterward decorate an awesome wooden egg to take home. Free. 2 p.m. Morris Museum of Art. (706) 724-7501.

August 8
Mindless Behavior: All Around the World Tour. Mingling R&B grooves, pop hooks and hip hop swag, the teen quartet has quickly become a modern musical phenomenon. 7 p.m. Bell Auditorium. www.georgialinatix.com or 1-877-4AUGTIX.  

Exhibition Opening: The Gladness of Nature: Paintings by Honor Marks. Rudy Mancke, host of the award-winning television series NatureScene and founder of the South Carolina Association of Naturalists, discusses the work of Charleston-based artist Honor Marks. A reception with the speaker and the artist follows. 6-8 p.m. Morris Museum of Art. RSVP to (706) 724-7501.

August 9
Films on Friday: New Orleans (1947). This melodrama features Billie Holiday in her only film role, as well as Louis Armstrong and some of the greatest jazz musicians of the time. After the film, museum director Kevin Grogan leads a discussion. Participants are invited to bring a lunch. Free. Noon. Morris Museum of Art. (706) 724-7501.

August 9-November 17
Richard Jolley and Tommie Rush: The Art of Glass. This exhibition features sculpture by two of the leading contemporary glass artists working in this demanding medium, husband and wife Richard Jolley and Tommie Rush. Morris Museum of Art. (706) 724-7501.

August 16
Art at Lunch: Marcel Biró. Chef Marcel Biró of Edgar’s Grille discusses his career, cookbooks and Emmy award–winning cooking show, which aired on PBS. Catered lunch. Paid reservations due August 14. Noon. Morris Museum of Art. (706) 724-7501.

August 16-17
Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre: A Cruise Ship Crime. An annual fundraiser for Aiken Downtown Development Association, this evening is filled with good food, good laughs and good audience interaction. (803) 649-2221.

August 16-18 and 23-24
Here on the Flight Path. In this comedy, meet John Cummings, a lonely and divorced back-porch philosopher. Over three-and-a-half years, three very different women occupy the apartment next door. As he reflects on his relationships with neighbors Fay, Angel and Gwen, he shares his unique views on everything from poets to sex. Fri. and Sat. shows, 8 p.m. Sun. show, 3 p.m. Aiken Community Playhouse. (803) 648-1438.

August 17-18
Adult Artist Workshop: Block Prints and Cut Paper Silhouettes. Chad Tolley, assistant professor of printmaking at GRU, instructs participants in how to create silhouette cuttings and transform them into a finished block print. Materials included. August 17, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. August 18, noon-2 p.m. Morris Museum of Art. Paid registration by August 8. (706) 828-3867.

August 18
Broadway and Beyond. A benefit concert for the Jessye Norman School of the Arts spotlighting singer/actor/dancer Russell Joel Brown with dancer Justin Reeves and singers from the Jessye Norman School of the Arts. 5 p.m. Maxwell Performing Arts Theatre. GRU. For tickets, www.jessyenormanschool.org, www.tickets.gru.edu or (706) 667-4100.

August 22
Art Now: Invisible. Invisible, a new media collaborative comprised of artists Mark Dixon and Bart Trotman, performs with Elsewhere’s Roof, a drip-driven drum machine. A talk with the artists follows. Free. 6 p.m. Morris Museum of Art. (706) 724-7501.

August 24
Aiken Arts Alive. Musical entertainment, dancing, artist demonstrations and art shows. Children’s games and activities, including mural painting, photography and face painting. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Aiken Center for the Arts. (803) 641-9094.

Saturday Special: Recycled Art With Matt and Michelle. Create a basket using old magazines, newspapers and other found odds and ends. Materials included. 2 p.m. Morris Museum of Art. (706) 724-7501.

August 24-September 28
USC-Aiken Art Exhibitions. Ruth Pearl, painter/drawing, and Alain Massicotte, painter. USC-Aiken Etherredge Center. (803) 641-3305.

August 25
Bike for the Ballet. This art-meets-sport event is the only training ride for the ESi Ironman 70.3 Augusta. Tutu-clad cyclists throughout the Southeast raise awareness of the Augusta Ballet’s long-term outreach in fighting childhood obesity via dance. 8 a.m. A celebration dedicated to the athleticism of dance follows the ride. Enterprise Mill. (706) 261-0555.

Music at the Morris: Music of the Baroque Period. Members of GRU music faculty present two performances of music from the 17th and 18th centuries. Free. 2 p.m. and 3:15 p.m. Morris Museum of Art. (706) 724-7501.

August 29
Sinatra Forever. Rick Michel, one of Las Vegas’s premier singers and impersonators, channels “Old Blue Eyes” through his spot-on vocals of the legendary crooner. 7:30 p.m. Jabez S. Hardin Performing Arts Center. (706) 726-0366.
 

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September 1
Pop-Up Jazz Club. Imagine a jazz club on the Riverwalk. The “pop-up” concept is trending nationwide and Garden City Jazz is scaling back its annual jazz festival to a more intimate setting. Free. 6 p.m. River Stage at 8th Street and the Riverwalk. www.gardencityjazz.com.

September 4
Brown Bag History Talk: Business Southern Style. Features speaker Dr. Mark Miller of GRU. Bring a lunch; refreshments served at 11:30 a.m. Lecture begins at 12:30 p.m. Augusta Museum of History. (706) 722-8454.

September 4-27
Aiken Center for the Arts Exhibitions. Featuring the work of Bea Kuhlke, Dale Keen and Guy Milligan. Opening reception, Sept. 5. 6-8 p.m. Aiken Center for the Arts. (803) 641-9094.

September 6
Jazz and Wine Night. Columbia County Library. (706) 312-7192.

September 6-7, 13-15, and 20-21
Hairspray. It’s 1962 in Baltimore and the lovable, plus-size teen, Tracy Turnblad, has only one desire—to dance on the popular Corny Collins Show. When her dream comes true, Tracy is transformed from social outcast to sudden star. She must dethrone the reigning teen queen, win the affections of Link Larkin and integrate a TV network. Fri. and Sat. shows, 8 p.m. Sun. show, 3 p.m. Aiken Community Playhouse. (803) 648-1438.

September 7
Fall Fling. Explore an interest in art by trying a variety of media in a single day. No previous experience is required. Classes offered every hour and participants complete a small piece in each class. Art supplies and refreshments provided. Pre-registration is required. 9 a.m.-noon. Aiken Center for the Arts. (803) 641-9094.   

September 12
Art Exhibition Opening Reception. Featuring John Edry and Tom Swift. 5-7 p.m. Sacred Heart Cultural Center. Exhibit through October 25. (706) 826-4700.

September 13
Southern Soul & Song Concert Series: Mountain Heart With Lera Lynn. 7:30 p.m. Imperial Theatre. For tickets (706) 722-8341 or www.imperialtheatre.com.
Transit Authority: The Premier Tribute Band to the Music of Chicago. This eight-piece powerhouse ensemble includes some of the Midwest’s most talented musicians. 7:30 p.m. Jabez S. Hardin Performing Arts Center. (706) 726-0366.

The Larchmere String Quartet. Part of the Jacobs Concert Series, the group is establishing themselves as a new presence in the world of string quartets. 7:30 p.m. Maxwell Theatre. GRU campus. (706) 951-6877.
 
September 13-October 18
A Sense of Place. National juried fine art competition showcasing work by America’s finest emerging and established contemporary artists. A wide range of media is represented, including paintings, photographs, prints, and sculpture. Opening reception and awards presentation, Sept. 13. 6-8 p.m. Open to the public. Free. Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art. (706) 722-5495.

September 13-October 18
Jason Lutz. Augusta artist Jason Lutz is known for large-scale acrylic paintings that combine images drawn from sources ranging from art history to pop culture. Opening reception, Sept. 13. 6-8 p.m. Open to the public. Free. Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art. (706) 722-5495.
 
September 13-14, 20-21 and 26-28
Les Miserables. A musical by Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schonberg. Le Chat Noir. (706) 722-3322.

September 14
Climaxes That Add Pow to the Plot Connecting the Pieces. Creative writing workshop designed to help you layout a story. With the help of author and educator, Jessica Wilkerson, create your own children’s story based on a grab bag selection. Free. 1:30-3:30 p.m. Augusta Richmond County Downtown Library. (706) 821-2600.

September 14-November 24
Starters: Selections From the Wells Fargo Collection. This exhibition features 50 paintings, photographs and works on paper from the collection of Wells Fargo Bank. Morris Museum of Art. (706) 724-7501.

September 15
Music at the Morris: Jammin’ Divas. Stunning blend of traditional and contemporary original folk music with elements of improvisation. Free. 2 p.m. Morris Museum of Art. (706) 724-7501.

September 20
Cinderella. Presented by the Columbia County Ballet. 7 p.m. Imperial Theatre. (706) 722-8341.

September 20-22
Arts in the Heart of Augusta Festival. Internationally-inspired food, crafts, performances and concerts. Sept. 20, 5-9 p.m. Sept. 21, 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Sept. 22, noon-7 p.m. Augusta Common and Broad Street. (706) 826-4702. www.artsintheheart.com.

September 20-21 and 27-28; October 10-12
Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of the Suicide Club. Playwright Jeffrey Hatcher takes Arthur Conan Doyle’s famous characters and drops them into a story inspired by Robert Louis Stevenson’s novella The Suicide Club. Dinner, 7 p.m. Show, 8 p.m. Fort Gordon Dinner Theatre. (706) 793-8552.

September 21
Fall Heritage Festival & Pickin’ Party. With mouth-watering barbecue on the menu and some of the best of South Carolina’s musical and traditional folk art talent, guests will enjoy a day filled with fall activities for the whole family. South Carolina State Museum. Columbia, S.C. (803) 898-4952.

September 24
The Jungle Book. A wonderfully imaginative and creative play based on the famous stories of Rudyard Kipling. 7:30 p.m. Main Stage Theatre. USC-Aiken Etherredge Center. (803) 641-3305.

September 26
Rodney Carrington. This Texas native has been making audiences laugh for almost 20 years with his unique brand of stand-up comedy. 8 p.m. Bell Auditorium. www.georgialinatix.com or 1-877-4AUGTIX.

An Evening With Hal Linden. Hal Linden, best known as TV icon Barney Miller, and seven musicians perform some of the greatest jazz standards, Big Band tunes and Broadway hits. USC-Aiken Etherredge Center. (803) 641-3305.

September 26-October 26.
Annual Whiskey Painters Show. Opening reception Sept. 26. 5-9 p.m. Zimmerman Gallery. (706) 774-1006.  

September 27
Rapture & Rachmaninoff. Symphony Orchestra Augusta’s 2013-14 concert season opens with Rachmaninoff Symphony No. 1. 7:30 p.m. First Baptist of Augusta. (706) 826-4705.

Silent Movie Night: It. With theater organist Ron Carter. 7:30 p.m. Sacred Heart Cultural Center. (706) 826-4700.     

September 27-29
Les Miserables. Starring Broadway actor Willy Falk. Presented by the Augusta Players. Imperial Theatre. For tickets www.augustaplayers.org or (706) 826-4707.

September 28-November 2
USC-Aiken Art Exhibition. Eric Beverly, illustrator, and the work of Stephen Lange. USC-Aiken Etherredge Center. (803) 641-3305.

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October 2
Brown Bag History Talk: Living the Southern Lifestyle, Women’s Lives. Featuring speaker Dr. Lee Ann Caldwell of GRU. Bring a lunch; refreshments served at 11:30 a.m. Lecture begins at 12:30 p.m. Augusta Museum of History. (706) 722-8454.

October 2-6
Westobou Festival. A celebration of fine and performing arts, featuring dance, theater, visual arts, film, spoken word and music performances. Various locations. (706) 755-2878. www.westoboufestival.com.

October 2-November 8
Aiken Center for the Arts Wildlife Exhibit. Opening reception, Oct. 3. 6-8 p.m. Aiken Center for the Arts. (803) 641-9094.  

October 3
GRU Music Gala. 7:30. Maxwell Theatre. GRU campus. (706) 737-1444.  

October 3-4
Steve Lippia’s Simply Swingin’ With Sinatra and Friends. Steve Lippia is one of the nation’s most prominent, in-demand vocalists and finest interpreter of Sinatra favorites. 7:30 p.m. Aiken Performing Arts. URS Theater. Aiken. (803) 643-4774.

October 3-4
The World Famous Glenn Miller Orchestra. 7:30 p.m. Jabez S. Hardin Performing Arts Center. (706) 726-0366.

October 5-January 5
Annie Leibovitz: Pilgrimage. An evocative and deeply personal statement by a photographer whose career now spans more than 40 years, encompassing a broad range of subject matter, history and stylistic influences. The work shows Leibovitz at the height of her powers and pondering how photographs, including her own, shape a narrative of history that informs the present. Columbia Museum of Art. Columbia, S.C. (803) 799-2810.

October 6
The Italian Saxophone Quartet. In addition to classical saxophone ensemble music, the group’s repertory includes everything from Bach to contemporary to popular music. Jacobs Concert Series. 7:30 p.m. Maxwell Theatre. GRU campus. (706) 951-6877.

October 10
Christopher O’Riley & Matt Haimovitz: Shuffle Play Listen. Pianist Christopher O’Riley and cellist Matt Haimovitz join to explore the lyrical and virtuosic properties of their instruments in a collaboration that crosses in and out of the classical and pop music genres. USC-Aiken Etherredge Center. (803) 641-3305.

October 11
Abyssinian: A Gospel Celebration. Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis. Good Shepherd Baptist Church. Go to jalc.org/jlco for information.

October 11-12, 18-20 and 25-26
Lend Me a Tenor. Saunders, the general manager of the Cleveland Grand Opera Company, is primed to welcome world famous, Tito Morelli, II Stupendo, the greatest tenor of his generation, to appear for one night. The star arrives late and, through a hilarious series of mishaps, is given a double dose of tranquilizers and passes out. His pulse is so low that Saunders and his assistant Max believe he’s dead. Fri. and Sat. shows, 8 p.m. Sun. show, 3 p.m. Aiken Community Playhouse. (803) 648-1438.

October 12
Columbus Day Antiques and Art Fest. Arts, crafts, antiques, food and musical entertainment. Evans Towne Center Park. (706) 312-7192.

October 14
Best of Augusta Celebration. The Greater Augusta Arts Council and Sacred Heart Cultural Center partner with Augusta Magazine to provide samples of scrumptious fare and live entertainment from restaurants and bands voted Best of Augusta by readers of Augusta Magazine. 6 p.m. Sacred Heart Cultural Center. (706) 826-4702.

October 17
University Health Care System Pops! at the Bell: Little River Band. This popular group from “down under” joins Symphony Orchestra Augusta for the band’s  debut with full orchestra. 7:30 p.m. Bell Auditorium. (706) 826-4705.

October 18
Southern Soul & Song Concert Series: The Grascals With Guest Audie Blaylock and Redline. 7:30 p.m. Imperial Theatre. For tickets, contact the Imperial Theatre box office at (706) 722-8341 or www.imperialtheatre.com.

Ugly Duckling and The Tortoise and The Hare. Lightwire Theater brings this classic story to the modern stage. 7:30 p.m. Jabez S. Hardin Performing Arts Center. (706) 726-0366.

A Taste of Wine and Art. Enjoy delectable signature dishes from the area’s finest restaurants and caterers, a vast array of international wine for tasting and purchase, and an eclectic selection of beers. 7-10 p.m. Aiken Center for the Arts. (803) 641-9094.

October 19
Opening Night With Choral Delights. The Augusta Choral Society performs the music of Rodgers and Hammerstein. 7:30 p.m. Sacred Heart Cultural Center. (706) 826-4713.

Ethan Bortnick. Eleven-year-old Ethan Bortnick, an outstanding, versatile child musician, in concert featuring classical, jazz, rock, pop, original compositions, audience participation and more. 7:30 p.m. Location TBD. (706) 228-3636. www.augustajcc.org.

October 20
Music at the Morris: Celtic Harpists Gráinne Hambly and William Jackson. Enjoy creative interpretations of traditional music from two masters of the Celtic harp. Free. 2 p.m. Morris Museum of Art. (706) 724-7501.

October 22
James and Mary Oswald Distinguished Writers Series: George Singleton and Terry Dalrymple. The authors share stories, read excerpts and take questions from the audience. Book signings afterward. 8 p.m. USC-Aiken Etherredge Center. (803) 641-3479.

October 25
Beyond Glory. The stories of eight veterans from World War II, Korea and Vietnam, rendering first-hand accounts of valor that resulted in the nation’s highest military award, the Medal of Honor. USC-Aiken Etherredge Center. (803) 641-3305.

October 29-November 2
Bilbo and the Magic Ring. A musical loosely based on The Hobbit. Presented by Storyland Theatre. School shows, Oct. 29-Nov. 1 at 9:30 a.m., 10:45 a.m. and 12:15 p.m. Reservations required. Saturday family matinee, Nov. 2 at 3 p.m. No reservations needed. Active duty military personnel and their families admitted free with military ID. Imperial Theatre. (706) 736-3455.

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November 1
Al Stewart. By the time he was 22, Al Stewart met the Beatles and played with John Lennon’s guitar. He opened for the Rolling Stones, recorded with Jimmy Page, spent a year playing guitar for Yoko Ono and co-produced her film #Four. 7:30 p.m. Jabez S. Hardin Performing Arts Center. (706) 726-0366.

November 2-December 30
USC-Aiken Art Exhibition. Michael Fowler, graphic artist, and Jennifer Black, painter. USC-Aiken Etherredge Center. (803) 641-3305.

November 6
Brown Bag History Talk: The Military Presence in Augusta. Featuring speaker Steven J. Rauch, command historian at the U.S. Army Signal History Office, Fort Gordon. Bring a lunch; refreshments served at 11:30 a.m. Lecture begins at 12:30 p.m. Augusta Museum of History. (706) 722-8454.

November 7
Women on Paper 25th Anniversary Art Exhibition. Opening reception, 5-7 p.m. Sacred Heart Cultural Center. Exhibit through December 27, 2013. (706) 826-4700.

Oysters on Telfair. Enjoy a cool autumn evening in the gardens of Ware’s Folly. Raw and steamed oyster bars, a “down on the bayou” feast, soulful live music and more. Proceeds benefit the Gertrude Herbert. 7 p.m. Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art. (706) 722-5495.

November 7-December 10
Jeff Schmuki. Arizona ceramicist Jeff Schmuki uses art as a means of connecting nature to everyday life, linking ecological issues to highly creative installations. Opening reception and gallery talk, Nov. 15. 6-8 p.m. Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art. (706) 722-5495.

November 7-10
The Importance of Being Earnest. By Oscar Wilde. 7:30 p.m. Sunday matinee 3 p.m. Maxwell Theatre. GRU campus. (706) 737-1405.

November 7-8
Galway to Broadway: Ciarán Sheehan & Friends. Broadway favorites balanced with lively, heart-tugging Irish melodies and humor. 7:30 p.m. Aiken Performing Arts. URS Theater. Aiken. (803) 643-4774.

November 7-December 10
Ulrike Beck. Master weaver Ulrike Beck exhibits examples of her beautifully creative and colorful fiber art. Opening reception, Nov. 15. 6-8 p.m. Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art. (706) 722-5495.

November 8
Brilliant Baroque. SOA Symphony Series event. An evening of the refined works of Haydn, Handel and Ravel. Featuring Vonda Darr, harp. 7:30 p.m. First Baptist of Augusta. (706) 826-4705.

November 8-9 and 14-16
Clybourne Park. A play by Bruce Norris that applies a modern twist to the issues of race and housing and aspirations for a better life. Le Chat Noir. (706) 722-3322.>

November 8-9, 15-16 and 21-23
The Match Girl. Presented by Enopion Theatre Company. Nov. 8, 15 and 22 at 7 p.m. Nov. 9 at 3 p.m. Nov. 16 at 3 and 7 p.m. Nov. 21 at 11 a.m. Nov. 23 at 3 p.m. Evening dinner shows on Nov. 8, 16 and 22. Meal provided. Reservations required. All performances at the Kroc Center. (706) 771-7777.

November 9
Symphony Orchestra Augusta in Aiken: Brilliant Baroque. An evening of the refined works of Haydn, Handel and Ravel. Featuring Vonda Darr, harp. 8 p.m. USC-Aiken Etherredge Center. (706) 826-4705.

November 10
Live at the Lake! Live music, art and movement hosted by Garden City Jazz and Humanitree House. Open jam with Mike Frost Jazz; visual artists interpreting the music, dance and spoken word. Also featuring Wycliffe Gordon and the Nu Funk Revolution. 7p.m. Julian Smith Casino. www.gardencityjazz.com.

November 12
GRU Jazz Ensemble. 7:30 p.m. Maxwell Theatre. GRU campus. (706) 737-1444.

November 13-December 28
Aiken Center for the Arts Exhibitions. Featuring the work of Amanda Carder and Anita Elder. Opening reception, Nov. 14. 6-8 p.m. Aiken Center for the Arts. (803) 641-9094.

November 14
Legislative Luncheon. An opportunity to gain understanding of the importance of arts in the community. Local arts non-profit organizations will be on hand to present information about their activities. Augusta Richmond County Library. (706) 826-4702.  

Gift Shop Holiday Open House. Holiday shopping destination where you’ll find that unique gift for everyone on your list. Free gift wrapping. Special guest Jennifer Shuford of Tastefully Yours gives a cooking demonstration at 1 p.m. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sacred Heart Cultural Center. (706) 826-4700.

University Health Care System Pops! at the Bell: Big Bad Voodoo Daddy. Come swing, Big Band style with Symphony Orchestra Augusta. 7:30 p.m. Bell Auditorium. (706) 826-4705.

November 15
Southern Soul & Song Concert Series: Blue Highway and Sierra Hull. 7:30 p.m. Imperial Theatre. For tickets call (706) 722-8341 or www.imperialtheatre.com.

The Lukens Piano Trio. Performing regularly in the northeastern U.S., all three are avid chamber musicians who are active in other ensembles as well. Jacobs Concert Series. 7:30 p.m.  Maxwell Theatre. GRU-campus. (706) 951-6877.

November 15-16 and 22-23; December 5-7
Miracle on South Division Street. It’s Christmas Eve as we experience the story of the Nowak family. Clara happily runs her soup kitchen and tends to the family heirloom: a 20-foot shrine to the Blessed Mother. This neighborhood beacon of faith commemorates the day in 1942 when the Blessed Virgin Mary materialized in her father’s barber shop. Daughter Ruth divulges her plan to finally “go public” with the family miracle. Dinner, 7 p.m. Show, 8 p.m. Fort Gordon Dinner Theatre. (706)793-8552.

November 16
Art After Dark. The Columbia County Artists’ Guild invites the community to experience an evening of visual art including watercolors, oils, acrylics, photography, pottery, fiber arts, jewelry and mixed media. Silent auction to benefit the guild’s scholarship fund. 7-10 p.m. Savannah Rapids Pavilion. www.artistsguildcc.org.

November 17
Music at the Morris: Trio Intermezzo. Trio Intermezzo presents As Time Goes By: A Harvest Celebration, an eclectic mix blending the beautiful sounds of oboe, cello and piano. Free. 2 p.m. Morris Museum of Art. (706) 724-7501.
 
November 19
GRU Wind Ensemble. 7:30 p.m. Maxwell Theatre. GRU campus. (706) 737-1444.

November 20
Joe Bonamassa. Hailed worldwide as one of the greatest guitar players of his generation, Joe Bonamassa has almost single-handedly redefined the blues-rock genre and brought it into the mainstream. 8 p.m. Bell Auditorium. www.georgialinatix.com or 1-877-4AUGTIX.

November 21
GRU Orchestra Concert. 7:30 p.m. Maxwell Theatre. GRU campus. (706) 737-1444.

November 21-24
Ordinary Days. A refreshingly honest and funny musical about making real connections in the city that never sleeps. Nov. 21-23, 7:30 p.m. Nov. 24, 2 p.m. Main Stage Theatre. USC-Aiken Etherredge Center. (803) 641-3305.

November 26
GRU Opera Performance. 7:30 p.m. Maxwell Theatre. GRU campus. (706) 737-1444.

November 29-30, December 6-8 and 13-14
Dear Santa. Santa and his helpers shed light on many of the mysteries surrounding him. Fri. and Sat. shows, 8 p.m. Sun. show, 3 p.m. Aiken Community Playhouse. (803) 648-1438.

November 29-December 1
Dance Augusta Presents The Nutcracker. A beloved Thanksgiving tradition. Nov. 29 at 7 p.m. Nov. 30 and Dec. 1 at 1 and 5 p.m. Imperial Theatre. (706) 722-8341.

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December 6
Broadway Boys. A collection of the hottest male voices currently working on the New York stage, the Boys add elements of pop, funk, gospel, jazz and folk to show tunes and classic pop songs. USC-Aiken Etherredge Center. (803) 641-3305.

The Nutcracker. Presented by the Columbia County Ballet. 7 p.m. Imperial Theatre. (706) 722-8341.

December 7
Augusta Ballet’s Holiday House. Begin a new tradition with Augusta Ballet’s first holiday house. More details TBA on www.augustaballet.org. (706) 261-0555.

December 8
Music at the Morris: Holiday Music With Event Horizons. Features Event Horizons, an ensemble showcasing a diverse set of holiday music inspired by classical, folk, jazz, gospel, bluegrass and music from the British Isles. Free. 2 p.m. Morris Museum of Art. (706) 724-7501.

December 9
Augusta Collegium Musicum Holiday Concert. 7:30 p.m. Augusta Museum of History. (706) 722-8454.

December 10
A Festival of Nine Lessons & Carols. This annual Christmas event features the Augusta Collegium Musicum, guest choirs and readers. Highlighting the program are the readings of the prayers and lessons from both the Old and New Testaments. Reservations required. 7:30 p.m. Sacred Heart Cultural Center. (706) 826-4700.

December 13-14 and 19-21
100 Saints You Should Know. This play elicits profound unanswered questions of faith and of our dependence upon one another for our spiritual worth. Le Chat Noir. (706) 722-3322.

December 14
Mostly Messiah. The Augusta Choral Society performs Messiah selections, carols and more. 7:30 p.m. Saint Paul’s Church. (706) 826-4713.

December 14-15
A Christmas Carol, the Musical. Presented by the Augusta Players. The Imperial Theatre. For tickets www.augustaplayers.org or (706) 826-4707.

December 15
Disney Live! Presents Three Classic Fairy Tales. Featuring dynamic storytelling, music, stunning costumes and glittering special effects. 2 p.m. James Brown Arena. www.augustaentertainmentcomplex.com or 1-877-428-4849.

Lessons and Carols in Jazz. An afternoon service of readings, music and meditation during the season of Advent. Free and open to the public. 4 p.m. St. Alban’s Episcopal Church. 2321 Lumpkin Rd. www.gardencityjazz.com.
 

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January 1-25
Aiken Retrospective 2014. Opening reception, Jan. 9. 6-8 p.m. Aiken Center for the Arts. (803) 641-9094.

January 9
Jimmie Dyess Symposium. 5 p.m. Augusta Museum of History. (706) 722-8454.
Art Exhibition Opening Reception: Guild of Sacred Heart. 5-7 p.m. Exhibit through February 28. Sacred Heart Cultural Center. (706) 826-4700.

January 10
Symphony Orchestra Augusta in Aiken: Manhattan Piano Trio. The sophisticated sounds of the Big Apple music scene come to an intimate chamber setting. 8 p.m. First Presbyterian Church. (706) 826-4705.

January 10
Daniel Maltz Art to Music Concert. Aiken Center for the Arts. (803) 641-9094.

January 10-11, 17-19 and 24-25
Office Hours. This play is set in six different offices throughout a city at approximately the same time on a Friday afternoon. The stories that take place in each office are cleverly and hilariously intertwined. Fri. and Sat. shows, 8 p.m. Sun. show, 3 p.m. Aiken Community Playhouse. (803) 648-1438.

January 11
Bank of America Columbia County Music Series: Manhattan Piano Trio. The sophisticated sounds of the Big Apple music scene come to an intimate chamber setting. 7:30 p.m. Jabez S. Hardin Performing Arts Center. (706) 826-4705.

January 12
Music at the Morris: Pianist Daniel Maltz. Maltz performs classical works by Bach and Chopin among others. Free. 2 p.m. Morris Museum of Art. (706) 724-7501.

January 17
Southern Soul & Song Concert Series: Tim O’Brien and Darrell Scott. 7:30 p.m. Imperial Theatre. For tickets (706) 722-8341 or www.imperialtheatre.com.

January 17-February 28
Richard Tichich. North Carolina photographer Richard Tichich has traveled to many countries, capturing images that introduce the viewer to an interesting facet of each. Exhibition features work from several photographic series, including images of the French Foreign Legion, the tango in Buenos Aires, Italian priests, Tibetan monks and more. Opening reception and gallery talk Jan. 17. 6-8 p.m. Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art. (706) 722-5495.

January 18
Strauss’s Odyssey. SOA Symphony Series event. Maestro Z and more than 100 musicians bring you Strauss’s Also Sprach Zarathustra, recognized as the theme from Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey. 7:30 p.m. First Baptist of Augusta. (706) 826-4705.

January 18-February 15
USC-Aiken Art Exhibition. Featuring Mica Cash, painter, and the work of Rachel Wright. USC-Aiken Etherredge Center. (803) 641-3305.

January 24
The Olmsted Ensemble. Taking their inspiration from Frederic Law Olmsted, the group performs European and American chamber music from the 18th and 19th centuries. Jacobs Concert Series. 7:30 p.m. Maxwell Theatre. GRU campus. (706) 951-6877.

January 25
From the White House to the Sea: A Calligrapher’s Journey. Lecture, poetry readings and calligraphy demonstration by Rick Paulus, former White House calligrapher.  7 p.m. The White Crane. (706) 738-6359.

January 28-February 1
The Courtship of Señorita Florabella. A swashbuckling play with a Spanish flair. Presented by Storyland Theatre. School shows, Jan. 28-31 at 9:30 a.m., 10:45 a.m. and 12:15 p.m. Reservations required. Saturday family matinee, Feb. 1 at 3 p.m. No reservations needed. Active duty military personnel and their families admitted free with military ID. Imperial Theatre. (706) 736-3455.

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February 4
James and Mary Oswald Distinguished Writers Series: Jan Epton. The poet/author shares stories, reads excerpts and takes questions from the audience. Book signing afterward. 8 p.m. USC-Aiken Etherredge Center. (803) 641-3479.

February 6-7
VIDA Guitar Quartet. The group conjures an orchestral palette of color and effects from four regular classical models. 7:30 p.m. Aiken Performing Arts. URS Theater. Aiken. (803) 643-4774.

February 7
Etta May. Etta May won the prestigious American Comedy Awards’ Stand-Up Comic of the Year and has appeared on Oprah, Comic Strip Live, MTV, and as a guest commentator on CBS Sunday Morning. 7:30 p.m. Jabez S. Hardin Performing Arts Center. (706) 726-0366.

Augusta Ballet Premier Performance and Gala. 7 p.m. Imperial Theatre. More details TBA at www.augustaballet.org. (706) 261-0555.

February 7-8
GRU Opera Performance. Maxwell Theatre. 7:30 p.m. GRU campus. (706) 737-1444.

February 8
Wet Paint Party and Sale. Beautiful and affordable art by local artists goes up for grabs at the Greater Augusta Arts Council’s annual Wet Paint Party. Fashion and hair show, delicious appetizers, a cash bar and two art auctions, each with its own twist. 7 p.m. Julian Smith Casino. (706) 826-4702.

Presidio Brass. By combining a brass quintet, piano and percussion instruments with fresh, original arrangements, the group’s unique sound has become a trademark for the San Diego-based ensemble. USC-Aiken Etherredge Center. (803) 641-3305.

February 9
Sacred Heart Garden Festival and Garden Tea. Held in the lush, private country garden of Mr. and Mrs. R. Daniel Blanton, this year’s tea will be Valentine’s inspired and feature Kathryn Greeley speaking about her book The Collected Tabletop. Limited seating. Reservations required. Gardens open at 4 p.m. Tea seating at 5 p.m. (706) 826-4700.  

February 11
GRU Jazz Ensemble. 7:30 p.m. Maxwell Theatre. GRU campus. (706) 737-1444.

February 11-March 14
Aiken Center for the Arts Exhibitions. Featuring the work of Nanette Langner and Cassandra Gillen. Opening reception February 13. 6-8 p.m.> Aiken Center for the Arts. (803) 641-9094.

February 13
University Health Care System Pops! at the Bell: Melissa Manchester. Grammy Award-winning and Oscar-nominated musician and singer Manchester brings her exceptional talents to SOA for an evening of her classic hits. 7:30 p.m. Bell Auditorium. (706) 826-4705.  

GRU Choral Ensembles. 7:30 p.m. Maxwell Theatre. GRU campus. (706) 737-1444.

February 14
Southern Soul & Song Concert Series: Rodney Crowell and Ray Wylie Hubbard. 7:30 p.m. Imperial Theatre. Imperial Theatre. (706) 722-8341 or www.imperialtheatre.com.

February 14-15 and 20-22
The Tempest. A classic by William Shakespeare. Le Chat Noir. (706) 722-3322.

February 15
Urban Bush Women. Lyceum Series presentation. 7:30 p.m. Maxwell Theatre. GRU campus. (706) 737-1444.

February 15-March 22
USC-Aiken Art Exhibition. Hirona Matsuda, mixed media, and the work of local high school artists. USC-Aiken Etherredge Center. (803) 641-3305.

February 17-22
Symphony Orchestra Augusta Second Annual Composer Festival: Mozart. Symphony Orchestra Augusta partners with community organizations to bring you concerts, films, lectures and children’s activities focused on Mozart. Actor Tim Marrone appears throughout the CSRA as Mozart himself. (706) 826-4705.

February 18
Bank of America Columbia County Music Series: Escher String Quartet. This refined string quartet has received acclaim for its individual sound, inspired artistic decisions and symbiotic blend. 7:30 p.m. Jabez S. Hardin Performing Arts Center. (706) 826-4705.

February 20
GRU Orchestra and Wind Ensemble. 7:30 p.m. Maxwell Theatre. GRU campus. (706) 737-1444.

February 20-23
Experimental Relief. A benefit performance created by USC-Aiken students to showcase their work as playwrights, directors, actors and designers. Feb. 20-22, 7:30 p.m. Feb. 23, 2 p.m. O’Connell Theatre. USC-Aiken Etherredge Center. (803) 641-3305.

February 21
The Varshavsky-Shapiro Duo. Though established in the U.S. the duo met while studying in Jerusalem and have performed all over the world. Jacobs Concert Series. 7:30 p.m. Maxwell Theatre. GRU campus. (706) 951-6877.

February 21-March 1
Sherlock Holmes. Incriminating letters written by a young European prince to the English girl he betrayed are in the hands of the dead girl’s sister. She is in the clutches of a nefarious man. All this and Moriarty and Dr. Watson too. Aiken Community Playhouse Youth Wing. (803) 648-1438.

February 21-23
Monty Python’s Spamalot. Presented by the Augusta Players. Imperial Theatre. For tickets, www.augustaplayers.org or (706) 826-4707.

February 22
Magnificent Mozart. SOA Symphony Series event. An evening filled with some of Mozart’s most beloved works. Featuring Lucinda Carver, piano. 7:30 p.m. First Baptist of Augusta. (706) 826-4705.

February 25
Richmond County All Elementary School Choral Festival. Elementary students from Richmond County Schools’ choral groups perform. Free and open to the public. 7 p.m. Sacred Heart Cultural Center. (706) 826-4700.

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March 6
University Health Care System Pops! at the Bell: Cirque de la Symphonie. The magic and acrobatics of Cirque paired with orchestral classics. 7:30 p.m. Bell Auditorium. (706) 826-4705.

March 6-7
The Water Coolers. This award-winning, musical comedy act is a smart, authentic take on work and life. 7:30 p.m. Aiken Performing Arts. URS Theater. Aiken. (803) 643-4774.

March 7
The 21st Annual Morris Museum of Art Gala. The 2014 gala co-chairs promise an evening of delicious fare, live entertainment, great company, dancing and a raffle. The gala honors artists Bo Bartlett and Betsy Eby. 7 p.m. For details, contact Lauren Land at (706) 828-3825.

March  7-8, 13-15 and 20-22
Follies. Surreal, compelling, heart-wrenching and epic in scope, Follies uses musical theater as a metaphor for the collapse of American innocence  and naivete in the post-Kennedy years. Dinner, 7 p.m. Show, 8 p.m. Fort Gordon Dinner Theatre. (706) 793-8552.

March 8-14
Juilliard in Aiken Performing Arts Festival and Outreach Program. Public performances, chamber concerts, master classes and outreach to area schools. For a schedule of events, visit www.juilliardinaiken.com or call (803) 649-5771.

March 13
Art Exhibition Opening Reception: Mary Houston. 5-7 p.m. Sacred Heart Cultural Center. Exhibit through April 30. (706) 826-4700.

March 15
5th Annual Symphony Guild Kitchen Tour. The Augusta Symphony Guild presents a tour of extraordinary kitchens. 10 a.m.-4 p.m.(706) 826-4705.

Bank of America Columbia County Music Series: Trio Virado. This fresh, new trio is a collaboration of the most distinguished Latin artists on flute, viola and guitar. 7:30 p.m. Jabez S. Hardin Performing Arts Center. (706) 826-4705.

March 18-April 25
Amy Dobbs. Arts exhibition at the Aiken Center for the Arts. Opening reception, March 20. 6-8 p.m. Aiken Center for the Arts. (803) 641-9094.

March 20
Southern Fried Jazz. The Southern Fried Jazz Band is a Dixieland jazz band based in Charlotte, N.C., whose captivating music and showmanship have launched it into the national spotlight. USC-Aiken Etherredge Center. (803) 641-3305.

March 20-23
The Good Father. By Christian O’Reilly. 7:30 p.m. Sunday matinee 3 p.m. Maxwell Theatre. GRU campus. (7060 737-1444.

March 20-21
Broadway Bound. A musical revue. Aiken Community Playhouse. (803) 648-1438.  

March 22
Midsummer in March. SOA invites you to an eclectic evening of classic favorites: Mendelssohn’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream and new music from composer John Hennecken, Lakeside High School alum. Featuring Arthur Ross, viola. 7:30 p.m. First Baptist of Augusta. (706) 826-4705.

March 22-April 26
USC-Aiken Art Exhibition. Frank Hoobs, painter, and the work of USC-Aiken art students. USC-Aiken Etherredge Center. (803) 641-3305.

March 27
Johnny Clegg. 7:30 p.m. Maxwell Theatre. GRU campus. (706) 737-1444.

March 29
Pipes, Brass and Drums. The Augusta Choral Society performs works with brass, organ, and percussion. 7:30 p.m. Saint Paul’s Church. (706) 826-4713.

A Far Cry Chamber Orchestra.  By expanding the boundaries of orchestral repertoire, A Far Cry has been embraced throughout the world with a powerful Internet presence and a recent European tour. USC-Aiken Etherredge Center. (803) 641-3305.
South Boundary Speed Painting to Music. Details TBA. Aiken Center for the Arts. (803) 641-9094.  

March 30
Rose Sunday Jazz Vespers. An afternoon service of readings, music and meditation during the season of Lent. Music by Chamberjazz. Free to public. All are welcome. 4 p.m. St. Alban’s Episcopal Church. 2321 Lumpkin Rd. www.gardencityjazz.com.
 

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April TBA
Dance Augusta Spring Performance. For more information, call (706) 733-5511.

April 1-5
Hansel and Gretel. A musical presented by Storyland Theatre. School shows, April 1-4 at 9:30 a.m., 10:45 a.m. and 12:15 p.m. Reservations required. Saturday family matinee, April 5 at 3 p.m. No reservations needed. Active duty military personnel and their families admitted free with military ID. Imperial Theatre. (706) 736-3455.

April 4
Jeanne Robertson. Humorist Jeanne Robertson delivers an intimate and rollicking performance. 7:30 p.m. Aiken Performing Arts. USC-Aiken Etherredge Center. (803) 643-4774.

April 9-13
Chapter Two. George Schneider is encouraged by his younger brother Leo to start dating again, which sends George into even more depression after a series of bad matches. Then Leo comes up with Jennie Malone and she’s a keeper. George and Jennie stumble on, overcoming both their hesitation on the rebound and emotional neediness. In a hilarious, farcical subplot, Leo has a fling with Faye, Jennie’s neurotic married friend. April 9-12, 7:30 p.m. April 13, 2 p.m. O’Connell Theatre. USC-Aiken Etherredge Center. (803) 643-4774.

April 11-12, 18-20 and 25-26
To Kill A Mockingbird. Scout, a young girl in a quiet Southern town, is about to experience dramatic events that will affect the rest of her life. Fri. and Sat. shows, 8 p.m. Sun. show, 3 p.m. Aiken Community Playhouse. (803) 648-1438.

April 15
GRU Jazz Ensemble. 7:30 p.m. Maxwell Theatre. GRU campus. (706) 737-1444.

April 18
Croquet for the Ballet. Play croquet and other lawn games while supporting Augusta Ballet. More details TBA at www.augustaballet.org. (706) 261-0555.

The Euclid String Quartet. This eclectic mixture of musicians provides a fresh approach to the quartet repertory. Jacobs Concert Series. 7:30 p.m. Maxwell Theatre. GRU campus. (706) 951-6877.

April 18-May 23
Creel-Harison Biennial Exhibition. This collective display marks the second biennial exhibition of CSRA artists who have exhibited in the Gertrude Herbert’s Community Art Gallery. Opening reception, April 18. 6-8 p.m. Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art. (706) 722-5495.

April 18-19 and 24-26
Quickies: Augusta’s Short Play Festival. Le Chat Noir. (706) 722-3322.   

April 19-20
Artisans’ Fair Show and Sale. Preview party, April 18. 5-7 p.m. Show and sale, April 19, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. April 20, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. North Augusta Living History Park. (803) 279-7560.

April 22
GRU Wind Ensemble. 7:30 p.m. Maxwell  Theatre. GRU campus. (7060 737-1444.

April TBD
Jacob’s Ladder: The Story of Jacob. Presented by Enopion Theatre Company. Performance dates and times to be announced. (706) 771-7777.  

April 24
Sacred Heart Garden Festival Preview Party. Dinner by candlelight in the garden and musical entertainment with a sneak preview of the Garden Festival at its best. Reservations requested. 7 p.m. Sacred Heart Cultural Center. (706) 826-4700.

GRU Orchestra Concert Competition Concert. 7:30 p.m. Maxwell Theatre. GRU campus. (706) 737-1444.

April 25-27
Sacred Heart Garden Festival. Historic Sacred Heart Cultural Center will be the focus for classic Southern gardening during its annual garden festival. See the finest examples of garden and floral displays, unique plants, antiques and accessories; listen and learn from garden experts through the speaker series, and tour extraordinary private gardens. (706) 826-4700.

April 26-27
Students Caught in the Act. Maxwell Theatre. GRU campus. 7:30 p.m. Sunday matinee 3 p.m. (706) 737-1444. >

April 27
JazzLives: Collective Culture and Soul Celebration. Celebrate National Jazz Appreciation Month with live music, art and movement; visual artists interpreting the music, dance and spoken word. Hosted by Garden City Jazz and Humanitree House. 7 p.m. Julian Smith Casino. www.gardencityjazz.com.

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May 1
Alpin Hong. The modern day Pied Piper whose combination of stunning technique, emotional range and rare humor continues to bring audiences young and old to their feet. 7:30, Aiken Performing Arts. URS Theater.

May 2
Russian Landscapes. SOA’s grand finale takes you to Russia for the deft delicacy of Prokofiev’s Piano Concerto No. 3 and Tchaikovsky’s melancholy Pathétique Symphony. Featuring Ryo Yanagatani, piano. 7:30 p.m. First Baptist of Augusta. (706) 826-4705.

May 3
Symphony Orchestra Augusta in Aiken: Russian Landscapes. SOA’s grand finale takes you to Russia for the deft delicacy of Prokofiev’s Piano Concerto No. 3 and Tchaikovsky’s melancholy Pathétique Symphony. Featuring Ryo Yanagatani, piano. 8 p.m. USC-Aiken Etherredge Center. (706) 826-4705.

May 8
Art Exhibition Opening Reception: Lenn Hopkins. 5-7 p.m. Sacred Heart Cultural Center. Exhibit through June 27. (706) 826-4700.

May 9-11
The Wizard of Oz. Presented by the Augusta Players. Imperial Theatre. For tickets visit www.augustaplayers.org or call (706) 826-4707.

May 16-17 and 22-24
The Predicament. A Mark Swanson original musical. Le Chat Noir. (706) 722-3322.

May 23-24, May 31-June 2, and June 6-7
9 to 5: The Musical. Three female co-workers concoct a plan to get even with the sexist, egotistical, lying, hypocritical bigot they call their boss. Fri. and Sat. shows, 8 p.m. Sun. show, 3 p.m. Aiken Community Playhouse. (803) 648-1438.

May 24
The Sounds of Freedom. Augusta Choral Society Memorial Day concert. 7:30 p.m. Sacred Heart Cultural Center. (706) 826-4700.

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