Movies at the Elbert Theatre!
available at the theatre 30 minutes prior to each showing.
Tickets are $7.50 per person. Please click the
link at the bottom of this page to view the entire theatre
calendar (which includes future film showings).
Tickets are $8.00 for students, $10.00 in advance for
adults and will be $15.00 at the door.
on sale now!
A group of strangers is stranded
in a boarding house during a snow storm, one of whom is a
The suspects include the
newly married couple who run the house, a spinster with a
curious background, an architect who seems better equipped
to be a chef, a retired Army major and a jurist who makes
life miserable for everyone.
Into their midst comes a
policeman traveling on skis.
He no sooner arrives, when
the jurist is killed!
Two down, one to go…
To get to the rationale of
the murderer’s pattern, the policeman probes the backgrounds
of everyone present and rattles a lot of skeletons in the
All of this cloak and
dagger mystery mixed with a classic Agatha Christie switch
finish create a mystery you can’t miss!
Will you figure out
Save the Date!
Summer Camp Registration - Sat.
The Elbert Theatre Foundation is proud to announce
that it will again host two fantastic summer camps for youth
at the Elbert Theatre this year!
Last year camps were a huge hit, and
we’re planning to have fun again this summer!
Both the Kids Camp and the Theatre
Camp will regularly run from 8:00AM to 5:00PM on weekdays
during their designated dates.
Registration for both camps will be held on Sat.
Mar. 7th at 10:00AM inside Elberton City Hall located at 203
Elbert Street in Elberton. Only a limited number of spaces
are available for each camp, and participants will be signed
up on a
first-come, first-served basis. Registration
forms will only be accepted in person (no e-mailed, faxed or
mailed forms, please), and no early registration will be
taken. It is suggested by the Elbert Theatre Office that
parents arrive early for registration day as spots tend to
go quickly during the first hour of sign-up. Registration
forms will be available in February 2015.
KIDS CAMP, for children in Kindergarten through 5th
Grades, will run from Mon. July 27th through Fri. July 31st.
end of the one-week camp, the youth will show off what
they’ve learned in one performance of
Joust! A Mighty
on Fri. July
31st at 6:00PM in the Elbert Theatre.
to attend this full-day camp is $80.00 per child.
The THEATRE CAMP, for 6th
Grades, will run from Mon. June 1st through Fri. June 12th.
end of the two-week run, the campers will perform two shows
Thoroughly Modern Millie Junior
on Fri. June 12th and Sat. June 13th at 6:00PM.
to attend this full-day camp is $110.00 per child.
Encore Productions will be having auditions for the
second show of the 2015 Season, Wrong Window! on Mon.
April 20th and Tues. April 21st drop-in from 6:00PM to
8:00PM in the Elbert Theatre located at 100 S. Oliver Street
in Elberton,GA. Those wishing to audition for this spoof
mystery should come prepared to read excerpts from the
script for Director Evan Hartley.
auditioning should also come with an idea of their evening
and weekend availability during the months of May
through July. Performances of Wrong Window! will be
held on Fri. Sat. and Sun. from July 17th - July 26th.
Rehearsals will begin in mid-May, usually on Mon.
Tues. and Thurs. evenings. This show calls for a
medium-sized cast consisting of a combination of five adult
men and three adult women. There are no children’s roles
available in this production. No acting experience is
Please contact Toni King at
for a full listing of available parts.
Show Synopsis: On-again-off-again couple
Marnie and Jeff enter into an even more complicated phase of
their relationship when they think they spy their
cross-courtyard neighbor do away with his wife right in
front of his window!
Jeff doesn’t initially want to
get involved, but after witnessing what they think is
murder, the couple grabs their buddies and stealthily sneak
into their neighbor’s apartment... and the bumbling amateur
sleuths begin their search for clues!
Among the door-slamming, multiple
body-snatchings and a frantic flashlight search, two
Who really killed Lila Larswald?
And if she’s not dead… then who
This hilarious romp parodies
Alfred Hitchcock’s film masterpiece
and is sure to tickle your ribs as you put on
your puzzle-solving hat!
Congrats to the Cast of the Show!
The Elbert Theatre is
located at 100 S. Oliver Street, Elberton, GA 30635
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