Performing Arts, Music & Film Festivals

With the phenomenal growth and artistic influence of Savannah College of Art and Design over the past three decades, Savannah not only hosts the widely acclaimed Savannah Music Festival every spring and a celebrity laden (watch Liam Neeson below) Savannah Film Festival every fall but has an impressive line up of fine old historic theaters. These Historic District showcase threatres offer a variety of Broadway style theatrical productions, concerts, and other live performances in the most sterling venues you are likely to find this side of 42nd Street. With that premise in mind, the Savannah Supporters of the Performing Arts, a Savannah based group of performing arts supporters, are pleased to present many opportunities to take in off Broadway productions in our own "Theatre District" as our Savannah Stage Playbill provides.

 

Catch the most popular musical performance at the Historic Savannah Theatre. Enjoy Classic Dance at the Lucas Theatre for the Arts or a live concert at the Trustees Theater on Broughton Street to name just a handful of performances at their historic venues. Savannah boasts not only featured resident theatre companies but many of the major performing arts disciplines such as ballet, music, opera and theater troupes that make scheduled appearances as well. Located in the true creative heart of the Landmark Historic District, The Theatre District is also just steps away from a memorable collection of clubs, bars and restaurants that are all quite lively into the early hours every weekend. Many outdoor al fresco performances are held at scheduled times in the spring, summer, and fall season throughout the district.

 

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