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Wait Until Dark at Holly Theater 10/8-31

1 Oct

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The play by Frederick Knott is about a sinister con man and two ex-convicts are on the hunt for a mysterious doll. They believe it to be in the Greenwich Village apartment of Sam Hendrix and his blind wife Susy. Alone at home, Susy suddenly finds herself alone in a deadly game of cat and mouse, trying to stay alive while these criminals search for their prize.

Show runs October 8-10, 21-24, 28-31 

Call 706-864-3759 for reservations/ticket information.

Summer Shorts Playing at the Holly Theater

11 Aug

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Back by Popular Demand — The Green Mountain Theatre Company returns to the Holly Theater with — “Summer Shorts”!

Show Times: August 19-21, August 26-28 & September 2-4 at 8:00 p.m.
Ticket Price: Adults $12.00 / Students & Seniors $10
Venue: Holly Theater — Lower Level

An evening of hilarious and poignant one-act plays including: “Variations on the Death Of Trotsky” by David Ives –”Words, Words, Words” by David Ives — “The Hangover” by Keith Traywick — “Death Knocks” by Woody Allen — “Sure Thing” by David Ives

A Sure Thing by David Ives: This fun and quirky play explores the encounter between Bill and Betty. Through a series of opportunities, of near misses, of abject failure, Bill tries to engage Betty´s attention. Each time that the possibility of romance crashes and burns, a bell rings softly and the pair start over and try again. The characters shift and fine tune themselves, accommodating different possibilities, even different selves.

Death Knocks by Woody Allen: Nat Ackerman, seeing himself on a final mission succeeds in buying time from the inevitability of death, challenges a personified death to a game of gin rummy.

Hangover by Keith Traywick (a local playwright):  This funny and awkward play provides window into the dysfunctional lives of Tammy, Bobo, Frank and June, as they find themselves in an uncomfortable predicament caused by uncontrollable lust, family loyalty and social convention.

The Death of Trotsky by David Ives: The play depicts the death of Leon Trotsky in varying ways. The play is divided into eight scenes or “variations,” which depict the last day of Trotsky’s life. True to its title, the play calls for Trotsky to die at the end of each scene, and then continues on from near where the last scene left off, usually progressing the story a bit further each time.

Words, Words, Words by David Ives: The play is about three intelligent monkeys who are put in a cage together under the experimenting eye of a never seen Dr. Rosenbaum, who has the hypothesis: “Three monkeys hitting keys at random on typewriters for an infinite amount of time will almost surely produce Hamlet” (a variation on the infinite monkey theorem).

Box Office & Business Office Hours are Monday – Friday 10 am – 4 pm. Box Office Opens One Hour Prior to Curtain or call
706-864-3759 for tickets.

Hello Dolly at the Holly Theater

8 Jul

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Now playing July 8-11, 15-18 & 22-25

Book by Michael Stewart, Music and Lyrics by Jerry Herman.

The Story: The exploits of Mrs. Dolly Levi and her efforts to marry Mr. Horace Vandergelder, the well-known half-a-millionaire, and send his money circulating among the people like rainwater. Just the way her late husband, Mr. Ephraim Levi taught her. Along the way she also succeeds, hilariously, in matching up several young couples in her acquaintance. The show includes such songs as “Put On Your Sunday Clothes”,”Ribbons Down My Back”, “Before the Parade Passes By” and the title song “Hello, Dolly!”

Ticket Prices: $20 Adults

For more information or to purchase tickets call 706-864-3759

Don’t Dress for Dinner at Holly Theater 5/8-22

11 May

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The Green Mountain Theatre Company presents Don’t Dress for Dinner a frenetic case of mistaken identity with more twists than a corkscrew. When Jacqueline decides to visit her mother for a few days, her husband Bernard sees an opportunity for a cozy weekend with his new mistress. His bachelor pal Robert calls to announce his return from Hong Kong, so Bernard invites him along as his alibi, also hiring a Cordon Bleu-level cook to cater a delicious dinner. But when Jacqueline realizes Robert is coming for a visit everything changes, and the high-speed farce begins! One impossible situation leads to another as the hapless friend Robert finds himself the target of both amorous attention and wrathful vengeance, while Bernard tries desperately to salvage a scrap of illicit bliss from the wreckage of a weekend.

Show Dates: May 6-8, 13-15 & 20-22 at 8:00pm
Ticket Prices: $15 adults


Holly Theater Events March and April

24 Mar

The REVERB-O-ROCKETS are an Electric Chicago Blues Band honoring the legacy and talent of the great Chicago blues artists that first decided to plug a guitar or harmonica into an amplifier and let it cry and scream. Enjoy great music and eat some great BBQ! 2 Shows! Saturday, 3/27th at 8:00PM &10:00PM Holly Theater — Lower Level, Ticket Price: $10.00 Tickets will be sold an hour before each performance at the door.

THE DAHLONEGA JAZZ SOCIETY- A mix of great jazz musicians from the Dahlonega community will be playing in the Holly basement the last Sunday of every month. Sunday, March 28th at 7PM, Holly Theater — Lower Level, Ticket Price: $10.00
Tickets will be sold an hour before each performance at the door.

Damn Yankees  Musical By George Abbott and Douglass Wallop. Music and Lyrics by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross.
Faust meets professional baseball in this Broadway classic with such hit songs as “Ya Gotta Have Heart” and “Whatever Lola Wants”, Middle-aged baseball fanatic Joe Boyd trades his soul to the devil (the charming but devious Mr. Applegate) for a chance to lead his favorite team to victory against the New York Yankees. 
Performance Dates: April 8 – 11, 15 – 18 & 22 – 25, Holly Theater — Main Stage, Ticket Prices: Adults – $20, To purchase tickets call the Holly Theater Box Office at 706-864-3759

Bus Stop, Now Playing at the Holly Theater

18 Feb

In the middle of a howling Snowstorm, a bus out of Kansas City pulls up at a cheerful roadside diner. All roads are blocked and 4 or 5 weary travelers are going to have to hole up for the night. Among the passengers is Cherie (Played in the movie by Marilyn Monroe), a nightclub chanteuse, with the most to worry about. She’s being perused by cowboy named Bo with a ranch in Montana and the romantic methods of a headstrong bull. The stories of the other passengers add dramatic and comic counterpoints to the trials and tribulations of Bo and Cherie.

Ticket Prices
Adults $18 Seniors $17 and Students $12

Show Dates
February 18-21 & 25-28
Thursday-Saturday at 8pm
Sunday at 2pm

Christmas Carol Playing at the Holly Theater

4 Dec

Come stay with us during December and see Charles Dickens’ heartwarming family favorite, A Christmas Carol on the Holly Theatre stage. Bah! Humbug! It’s Christmas Eve and the meanest and most cold-hearted man in London, Ebenezer Scrooge has no time for merriment or mistletoe. But just as the clock strikes midnight his world turns around when he is haunted by his former partner and the ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future to show him the way to live a better, more charitable and happier life. Will Scrooge change his ways in time for Christmas Day?

Shows are Thursday through Sunday for the first 3 weekends in December(Dec 3-6, 10-13and 17-20) Thurs, Fri, and Sat at 8:00 PM and Sun at 2:00PM


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