Sautee Nacoochee, Georgia
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ONE FAMILY, ONE MAN SHOW: A Tribute to the Folks by Bob Prim

SATURDAY, MAY 12, 7:30pm & SUNDAY, MAY 13, 4:00pm in the Center Theater

Bob Prim will share stories of growing up the child of Bobby Ray and Mary Louise Warden Prim in Montgomery, Alabama in the 1960s and 70s.
From the unlikely meeting and marriage of his parents in Ankara, Turkey to their deaths a year before Bob moved to Sautee, Bob will celebrate the lives of his mom and dad and the humor and wisdom found in one family.

This is a fund raiser for the performing arts programs at SNCA.
Tickets: Reserved seating. You Choose to Pay $10, $15, $20.


SATURDAY, May 26, 11:00 - 4:00 in the Community Hall and Outdoor Stage (music in the Historic Gym in case of bad weather)

Purchase a plate of the best ever BBQ in our Community Hall and pull up a chair or blanket on the lawn for a fabulous day of bluegrass. Featuring renowned bluegrass artists Jonah Riddle & Carolina Express and The Jeanette Williams Band. Concert is FREE! FREE! FREE!



FRIDAY, JULY 20 & SATURDAY, JULY 21, 6:30pm in the Community Hall

Join us for dinner and Murder Amongst the Vines, an original who-dunnit by local favorite Jon Schwartz. Could the murderer be you?

This fun evening includes a fabulous dinner, by Chef Bill Wilder, one glass of wine (cash bar afterwards) with a theatrical murder mystery thread running throughout.

Tickets are $40.00 per person. Proceeds are to help fund future theatrical productions at The Sautee Nacoochee Center. You must purchase your tickets by Monday, July 16.

CHEEVER by Emory Jones

In the Center Theater:
  AUG 2-4, 7:30pm
  AUG 5, 4:00pm
  AUG 9-11, 7:30pm
  AUG 12, 4:00pm

Local playwright Emory Jones' Cheever depicts the life and times of folk potter Cheever Meaders, a colorful character and influential force in the world of folk potters. Meaders face jugs, being sought after by collectors everywhere, are a featured exhibit in the Smithsonian Institute and other museums around the country.

The play examines and explores Cheever and the Meaders family contributions to Georgia life and place in southern society.

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Tickets: $15 Members, $18 Non Members, $10 Student.


SATURDAY, SEP 29, 7:30pm &
SUNDAY, SEP 30, 2:00pm in the Center Theater

Singer/songwriter and well respected veteran of the Atlanta music scene releases her new cd, Messy Life.

Vogt is founding member of the nationally acclaimed, Cowboy Envy, owned and operated Sound and Fury Recording Studios, produced and engineered numerous projects, earned a gold record for her work on The Indigo Girls debut album, and is currently performing arts director for The Sautee Nacoochee Cultural Center.

Tickets $15 Members, $18 Non Members, $12 student.

The Yellow Wallpaper & A Tell-Tale Heart

OCT 12 & 13, 7:30pm; OCT 14, 4:00pm
OCT 19 & 20, 7:30pm; OCT 21, 4:00pm in the Center Theater

Essence to Crux brings us The Yellow Wallpaper & A Tell-Tale Heart, double FEAR-ture plays featuring Charlotte Perkins Gilman and Edgar Allen Poe short story adaptations for theatre by director, Kallie Robinson.

"The Tell-Tale Heart" is a short story by American writer Edgar Allan Poe, first published in 1843. It is relayed by an unnamed narrator who endeavors to convince the reader of his sanity while simultaneously describing a murder he committed. The victim was an old man with a filmy "vulture-eye", as the narrator calls it. The narrator emphasizes the careful calculation of the murder, and he hides the body by dismembering it in the bathtub, and hiding it under the floorboards. Ultimately, the narrator's feelings of guilt, or a mental disturbance, result in him hearing a thumping sound, which he interprets as the dead man's beating heart.

"The Yellow Wallpaper" (original title: "The Yellow Wall-paper. A Story") is a 6,000-word short story by American writer Charlotte Perkins Gilman, first published in January 1892 in "The New England Magazine". It is regarded as an important early work of American feminist literature, illustrating attitudes in the 19th century toward women's health, both physical and mental. The story depicts the effect of understimulation on the narrator's mental health and her descent into psychosis. With nothing to stimulate her, she becomes obsessed by the pattern and color of the wallpaper.


Tickets: $13 Members, $15 Non Members, $8 Students.

Four SUNDAYS at 4:00pm in the Center Theater
  1. Sunday, September 9, 2018: Susan Ottzen, classical harp with Don Erdman, clarinet
  2. Sunday, October 7, 2018: The Vega Quartet, string quartet
  3. Sunday, November 4, 2018: Perimeter Flutes, flute quartet
  4. Sunday, December 9, 2018: Barbara Luhn, classical piano

Concert includes an artist meet-and-greet reception following the performance.

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...


SATURDAY, NOV 17, 7:30pm & SUNDAY, NOV 18, 2:00pm in the Center Theater

Join several of the Sautee Valley's most talented women musicians for this popular annual SNC fundraiser. Get your tickets early - always a sellout!

Tickets: $20 Members, $23 Non Members, $15 Child (16 and under).


SATURDAY, DEC 15, 7:30pm in the Center Theater

Roxie Watson is a four-piece string band from Atlanta, Georgia that blends gorgeous vocal harmonies and stellar songs into live performances that will just as soon make you laugh as shed a tear. Their music combines elements of old country, rock-a-billy, bluegrass, gospel, and even a little touch of classic rock 'n roll.

Lisa Love of Georgia Music Magazine and the Georgia Music Foundation describes the band by saying, "When you have a group of women who are natural story-tellers, who sooth their aggressive musical chops with beautiful harmonies, temper their rock-n-roll sensibilities with an understanding of Appalachian tradition, and come off as a little bit Keith Richards, a little bit Bill Monroe, you get Roxie Watson."


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