Lovett Performing Arts

Whether it is theater-, music- or dance-focused, enjoying a live performance is not only fun for the whole family, it also teaches kids how to be a respectful audience member and grow their appreciation for the arts. Good news for you, mom and dad, it also doesn’t have to break the bank! There are so many amazing school arts programs with super talented students in metro Atlanta with performances that are open to the public. Be sure to check out the list below for an upcoming show near you!

The Mount Vernon School: “A Night of Mayhem,” Nov. 2-4

North Cobb Christian: “Honk Jr.,” Nov. 2-4; Middle/Upper School Art Show, Dec. 11-15

The Walker School: “Grease,” Nov. 8-11

Whitefield Academy: “Catch Me If You Can,” Nov. 8-11; Annual Student Art Show, April 11

Walton High School: “The Addams Family,” Nov. 9-12

Pebblebrook High School: “A Chorus Line,” Nov. 9-12

The Galloway School: “Clue,” Nov. 10-11; “High School Musical, Jr.,” Dec. 7-9 ; Visual Art Show at the High Museum, March 17

Pinecrest Academy: “Singing in the Rain, Jr.,” Nov. 11

Midtown High School: “Witches’ Brew,” Nov.30; “The Prom,” Jan. 11-13; “Tuck Everlasting,” March 15-17 and 22-23

Decatur High School: “Once Upon a Mattress,” Nov. 30-Dec. 10; “Mary Poppins Jr.,” Jan 26-28

Mount Paran School: “It’s a Wonderful Life,” Nov. 30-Dec. 2; “Cinderella,” March 21-23

Lovett: Student Art Show at the High Museum of Art, Jan 10-Feb. 11

Campbell High School: “Shakespeare in Love,” Jan 11-13

Whitewater High School: “The Lost Boy,” Jan. 11-13

McIntosh High School: “Mary Poppins,” Jan. 31-Feb. 1

Wesleyan School: “Godspell,” Jan. 31-Feb. 3; “Much Ado About Nothing,” April 4-6

North Atlanta High School: “Mean Girls,” Feb. 9-10

Cambridge High School: “Shrek the Musical,” Feb. 15-17 and 22-24

North Springs High School: “The Spelling Bee,” Feb. 29-March 2

Marist School: “Something Rotten!,” March 21-23

Pace Academy: “Mean Girls,” April 18-19

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