engaging audiences with entertaining and culturally diverse experiences
Miss You Like Hell
A new musical with a pulsating heart, fierce humor, love, joy, and all that it means to be a family in constantly changing world. This musical from the book writer of “In the Heights’ is full of people and ideas we rarely get to see onstage.
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Jan 18-March 24
REEVES HOUSE HOURS
Sun - Weds: 8am-6pm
Thurs - Sat: 8am - 8pm
This exhibit reimagines the traditional art experience and breaks all of the rules by inviting visitors to engage in tactile exploration of the artworks.
The Arts are our heartbeat
From this vision, Woodstock Arts was formed to provide theatrical arts, visual arts, diverse music, dance, and culinary arts experiences to the greater north Atlanta area.
Since 2002, Woodstock Arts Theatre has been providing world-class theatre productions in the heart of Woodstock. Since then, the theatre has expanded to attract the Greater Northern Atlanta area with professional and semi-professional talent as well as receiving 9 Metropolitan Atlanta Theatre Awards.
The Lantern Series is designed to bring world-renowned artists to our community. The series consists of different genres, backgrounds, and ideologies in hopes of bringing the community together to find a literal and figurative common ground.
The Reeves House Visual Arts Center, established in May 2021, is a cultural beacon for the community, offering an expansive gallery space for local, regional, and national artists. This center is not just a gallery, but a place for learning and connection featuring a coffee/wine bar and a large education studio for art classes and camps. It’s a venue where the community can gather for diverse programming, including events like jazz nights, tie-in talks, and hands-on craft classes. With a coffee shop/wine bar on-site, the Reeves House is a welcoming space for all to explore and appreciate the transformative power of art.
Woodstock Arts is proud to offer classes and camps (for both adults and children) that provide training in theatre, performance arts, and visual arts.
We’ve extended our outreach by giving schools opportunities to creatively participate in programming such as RepTouR – a trained group of students that perform for over 10,000 students every year.
The heart of our mission is possible thanks to the help of our community. There’s a place for everyone to get involved here! Together our collective contributions to Woodstock Arts create vibrancy.
As a non-profit, our generous donors are the engine behind all we do. Thank you for helping us create beautiful stories. All donations made to Woodstock Arts are fully tax-deductible.
Get a behind-the-scenes tour of all the exciting events happening at Woodstock Arts and Downtown Woodstock.
By: Rudy Garza One thing that I always remember, even to this day, is how close Mexican families–and other Hispanics–are
By: Oscar Velez I moved to Woodstock in 1993 when I was ten years old. Having grown up in Cherokee
By Lauren Cibene This 90-minute show by Chelsea Marcantel takes audience members into the very real world of competitive air