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UCS Fine Arts Center
 UCS Fine Arts Center
Union County Schools Fine Arts Center
926 Panther Overlook
 Blairsville, GA  30512
(Turn at the baseball/softball fields-across from DMV)
Mailing: ATTN: Regina Hawkins, 153 Panther Circle Blairsville, Ga 30512
Regina Hawkins - Facility Manager - 706-835-4500
 rhawkins@ucschools.org

 

Upcoming Public Events
The Theatre will open 30 mins prior to Performance time. The Lobby will possibly be open before. 
Ticket admission goes back into the program.
       

Friday & Saturday
March 22-23, 2019

 6:30pm




 UCMS 
Musical Theatre Arts
Presents
 
UCM Musical Junie B Jones




Join Junie B. on her first
day of first grade, where
many changes are in store:
Junie's best friend Lucille
has found new best friends -
and Junie B. makes friends
with Herb, the new kid at
school. While in Mr. Scary's
class Junie has trouble
reading the blackboard -
and she may need glasses.
Add in a friendly cafeteria
lady, an intense kickball
tournament and a "Top-Secret
Personal Beeswax Journal,"
and first grade has never
been more exciting.
 

 Tickets at the door. 
Lobby opens 5:45-ish,
      Seating begins 6pm


ADMISSION: 
$5.00, 

Faculty & Students:
FREE with ID

 

 

 

 

Tuesday
March 26, 2019

 
6:30pm 

Union County Schools presents

Union HIGH & MIDDLE 
Jazz band Concert

Jazz concert March 26, 2019

Both High School & Middle School Jazz Bands perform a night of soulful blues, jazz and toe-tapping tunes. Selections of music in varying degrees of difficulty and genres.
Tickets at the door. 
Lobby opens 5:45-ish,
      Seating begins 6pm

ADMISSION: $5.00, 

 Students: FREE w/ ID‚Äč

 

 

 

 

Friday, 
April 12, 2019

Saturday 
April 13, 2019


9am-9pm


9am-9pm

Storytelling Festival April 12-13

Experience an ancient
tradition that lives
on in modern times.


Georgia Mountain
Storytelling Festival
is a 501c3 nonprofit
organization dedicated to
providing meaningful
opportunities for an
underserved audience
to engage with the voices
of Appalachia through
hearing stories and attending
workshops that will enable
them to develop a cultural
intelligence through the arts
of listening and speaking.

For tickets and
more information

CLICK HERE

 

 

 

 

Friday & Saturday
April 19-20, 2019

 6:30pm



High School Theatre
 Presents
Holmes Show, April 19-20, 2019







 



Dinner 5:00pm-6:15pm
$5 (entree, side, dessert, drink)

Tickets at the door. 
Lobby opens 5:00,
   Seating begins 6pm

ADMISSION: $5.00, 
 Students:FREE w/ ID

 

 

 

 

 Monday, 
April 22, 2019
 6:30pm  UCMS 
Band SPRING Concert 
Middle school spring concert
 





Tickets at the door. 
Lobby opens 5:45-ish, 
   Seating begins 6pm

ADMISSION: $5.00, 
 Students/ Faculty:FREE w/ ID
       

 Thursday,
April 25, 2019

Friday, 
April 26, 2019


6:30pm


6:30pm
 UCMS 
Theatre Arts Presents
UCMS Theatre presents Shakespeare

Hello! Shakespeare
This fast-paced comedy is an 
entertaining way 
to introduce 
student actors and their audiences 

to the wonderful world of Shakespeare.  
A narrator and her irreverent helper 
comically 
provide a brief biography 
of the playwright, 
who appears in 
protest to make sure they 
get the 
details right.  Drawing from 

Shakespeare’s long list of histories, 
comedies, and tragedies, a grand 
parade of the Bard’s most cherished 
and famous characters follows.  
They humorously reenact brief 
moments from their plays and 
recite famous lines in iambic 
pentameter all while the impish
 helper, now dressed as Puck, 
creates mischief.  With a 
hilarious grand finale 
performance of “Pyramus
and Thisbe” from A Midsummer 
Night’s Dream
, this simple-to-
produce, whirlwind
 introduction to Shakespeare
 has something for everyone.

The Rules of Comedy

The audience is given a side-
splitting lesson in what's funny
and what's not funny. In order
to prove that the Rules 
of Comedy work, they 
are hilariously inserted 
into one of the most popular 
tragedies of all time: William 
Shakespeare's Hamlet. 
The Rules of Comedy is a 
physical comedy "blow-out" 
with an interesting twist that 
showcases the cast's ability 
to handle tragic drama, 
as well. Playing by the rules 
has never been so much fun.

Tickets at the door. 
Lobby opens 5:45-ish, 
   Seating begins 6pm

ADMISSION: $5.00, 
 Students/ Faculty:FREE w/ ID