Harris Deller began by creating practical and elegant celadon and cranberry porcelain teacups, teapots and vessels. After decades of making, he has arrived at some of the most fascinating juxtapositions of shape and color in contemporary porcelain. As you will see, this is not your grandmother’s teapot. The exhibition is sponsored by Dabbs, Hickman, Hill & Cannon LLP.
Celebrate the music of Gary Barnes, a pillar in the musical heritage of Bulloch County. His melodious voice, distinctive guitar playing style and unique stage presence have earned him a large and passionately devoted fan following in all of Southeast Georgia. A 10-piece show band and a talented group of back-up singers comprising some of the best local musicians will provide music for this once-in-a-lifetime performance. It will be an evening of entertainment not to be missed!PURCHASE TICKETS
Four grand pianos plus four talented pianists equals a lot of entertainment! Back by popular demand, CristoFouri returns to the Emma Kelly Theater! You won’t want to miss the newest performance by Dr. Ed Barr, Dr. Michael Braz, Jerry Gowen and Jerry Roberson. These consummate performers will keep you entertained, engaged and amazed the entire evening. Sponsored by Queensborough National Bank & Trust. All Tickets: $20PURCHASE TICKETS
Take one set of identical twins separated since birth, add a second set as their servants, and throw them all into the same town for a single day. Confusion abounds and hilarity ensues as everyone in town tries to figure out why these people are behaving so strangely today. The Comedy of Errors, one of William Shakespeare’s earliest, and shortest, comedies, is filled with mistaken identity, slapstick humor and witty dialogue worthy of the Bard. The play is presented by the National Players, the longest-running classical touring company in the United States.PURCHASE TICKETS
Winter registration for all of the Averitt Center's Youth Programs will be held January 6-10 from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Join our fantastic ballet and chorale programs or sign up for our youth theater program which will be performing The Velveteen Rabbit in May. Visual arts classes in drawing and ceramics are also available.