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Upcoming Events and Performances

Click below to purchase tickets for Armstrong events.

 Spring 2017 Events

(Click Here for a digital file of the Spring 2017 calendar.)

February

Student Juried Art Exhibition

January 30 – February 10
Fine Arts Gallery - Free Admission
Reception on February 8 at 12:00pm – Free

Art program students shine in this annual competitive exhibition that features awards in various media. 

 

Baby The Musical

February 16 – February 18 at 7:30pm, February 19 at 3pm
Jenkin’s Theater – Assigned Seating $15, discounts available

Baby, the musical from acclaimed duo, Richard Maltby, Jr., and David Shire, examines how parents-to-be experience the emotional stresses and triumphs, as well as the desperate lows and the comic highs that accompany the anticipation and arrival of a baby.

 

High School Congressional Show

February 20 – March 3
Fine Arts Gallery - Free Admission
Reception on March 5 at 2:00pm – Free

An Armstrong Juried High School Art Exhibition for students in Georgia’s 1st Congressional District. 

 

Chamber Concert

February 21 at 7:30pm
Fine Arts Auditorium - General Admission $6

An evening of small ensembles featuring Armstrong students. The proceeds will benefit future scholarships.

 

Piano in the Arts: Beyond the Piano 

February 23 at 7:30pm
Fine Arts Auditorium - General Admission $15, discounts available
Free Masterclass - February 22 at 4:30pm - Auditorium 

Pianist/song-writer Evelyn Davis shares an intimate evening of songs with improvisation, joined by compatriot Amma Ateria on hardware electronics. Detroit native and universal wanderer Evelyn Davis is an inside/prepared/new music pianist, improvisor, pipe organist, composer, vocalist, synthesist, teacher, songstress, and maker of unconventionally shaped musics with an occasional side of performance art. 

 

March

Parallel Lives

March 2-4 at 7:30pm, March 5 at 3pm
Jenkin’s Black Box Theater – General Admission $12, discounts available

This play by Kathy Najimy and Mo Gaffney whisks audiences through the outrageous universe where two actresses play men and women struggling through the common rituals of modern life: teenagers on a date, sisters at their grandmother's funeral, a man and a woman together in a country-western bar.

 

Savannah Winds Spring Concert

March 7 at 7:30pm
Fine Arts Auditorium - General Admission $15, discounts available

The Savannah Winds, community wind symphony in residence at Armstrong, performs its Spring Concert as the second concert in its subscription series. 

 

Senior Exhibiton I

February 20 – March 3
Fine Arts Gallery - Free Admission
Reception on March 5 at 2:00pm – Free

Graduating seniors showcase their college portfolios for this capstone project. 

 

Outdoor Arts Festival

March 25 from 10am-4pm
Fine Arts Courtyard – Free Admission

A fun-filled arts event for the entire family, including kids’ art, music, theatre, and dance activities. Artwork of faculty, students and alumni will be available for purchase. 

 

Raku Pizza Night

March 29 at 5:30pm
Annex 2 Courtyard – Free Admission

View kiln fired pottery of Armstrong art majors and witness the kiln-firing process firsthand.. 

 

Ordering Tickets

There are several ways to order advance tickets (based on availability):

Call 912-344-2801 from noon-3pm weekdays or click "Buy Tickets Now" above. 

For PirateCard, Alumni Association member, or FREEDOM FRIDAY U.S. military and dependents discounted tickets, call 912.344.2801

Guarantee of Seat Policy

Tickets are reserved upon receipt of payment. Unless otherwise stated ticketing is for general admission seating and the house doors will open 30 minutes prior to event scheduled start time.

Seats are guaranteed until 10 minutes prior to the designated event's scheduled start, at which time Armstrong reserves the right to release any unclaimed seats for re-sale. Ticket-holding patrons should be seated at 10 minutes before event start time.

Seating During Event

All patrons must be seated during the event; one ticket per patron, one patron per seat. No patrons are permitted to stand in the aisles or at the back of the house. Late arriving patrons will be permitted to enter the performance at the discretion of the staff and at an appropriate time during the performance.

Subject to Change

Programs and schedule are subject to change.

AMT Patron Ticket Rate Categories

(discounts offered to some or all of the groups below; discount amount varies per event)

*** All ticket rates are based on the availability of the tickets per event.

The following guidelines are descriptions designed to help clarify the various ticket pricing and discount categories recognized by Armstrong AMT. These guidelines are intended to facilitate ticketing sales to members of each listed group. Check specific event listing to determine which groups are eligible for discounts per event.

Regular admission: Regularly priced and advertised ticket rate. For general admission seating events this also refers to the seat location preferences.

Senior citizen: Discount ticket rate offered to patrons who are age 62 and older. Patrons must present photo identification, preferably driver's license, to the ticket salesperson at time of ticket purchase, or in the case of on-line purchase patrons must present photo I.D. to box office manager upon arrival to the ticketed event. Rate only applies to those patrons who meet age qualification.

United States Military: Discount ticket rate offered to patrons who are current or retired members of the United States military forces and their dependents. Rate only apply to tickets for qualifying military and dependents. Patrons must present military photo identification to the ticket salesperson at time of ticket purchase, or in the case of on-line purchase patrons must present military photo I.D. to box office manager upon arrival to the ticketed event.

Student/Child: Discount ticket rate offered to patrons who are current students in high school or college/university and all young people age 17 and under. Ticket patrons must present valid school photo identification to the ticket salesperson at time of ticket purchase, or in the case of on-line purchase patrons must present valid school photo I.D. to box office manager upon arrival to the ticketed event.

Armstrong Alumni: Discount ticket rate offered to current Armstrong Alumni Association members. Ticket patrons must present valid Armstrong Alumni Association identification to the ticket salesperson at time of ticket purchase, or in the case of on-line purchase patrons must present valid Armstrong Alumni Association I.D. to box office manager upon arrival to the ticketed event.

Armstrong student: Discount ticket rate offered to currently registered Armstrong students. Student must present own valid Armstrong student PirateCard to the ticket salesperson at time of ticket purchase/reservation. Free tickets to Armstrong students are not available through on-line sales; student may send detailed written request at least one business day in advance via Armstrong e-mail account to amtboxoffice@armstrong.edu or may purchase/obtain ticket in-person during operating hours at the daytime Fine Arts Lobby box office or at the ticket booth upon arrival to the ticketed event. Armstrong student rate only applies to currently enrolled Armstrong students. One Armstrong student ticket per Armstrong student PirateCard.

Armstrong faculty/staff: Discount ticket rate offered to current Armstrong faculty/staff. Faculty/staff member must present own valid Armstrong PirateCard to the ticket salesperson at time of ticket purchase/reservation. Free tickets to Armstrong faculty/staff members are not available through on-line sales; faculty/staff member may send detailed written request at least one business day in advance of event via Armstrong e-mail account to amt.boxoffice@armstrong.edu; may send detailed written request at least two business days in advance of event via Armstrong campus mail, ATTN: FINE ARTS BOX OFFICE; or may purchase/obtain ticket in-person during operating hours at the daytime Fine Arts Lobby box office or at the ticket booth upon arrival to the ticketed event. Armstrong rate only applies to current Armstrong faculty/staff. One Armstrong faculty/staff rate ticket per Armstrong faculty/staff PirateCard.
 

AMT Ticketing Policy

All sales are final. No refunds or exchanges. In the event of a cancellation for which there is no rescheduled date, a refund for this ticket may be issued at the option of the management.

"Will Call" tickets may be obtained at the event site beginning one hour prior to start time.

Group Sales Policy

For group ticketing information and pricing, please call Evan Goetz at 912.344.3169 or e-mail arts.marketing@armstrong.edu.

Condition of Sale

No refunds or exchanges. The resale of ticket for more than its face value without the written consent of the owner/manager is prohibited by law. You assume all risk and danger incidental to the event whether occurring prior to, during, or after said show. You assume all risk and danger of being injured and you agree that the management, its agents, and the performers are not responsible or liable for any injuries resulting from such causes. No alcohol, drugs, weapons, food, or glass containers allowed. No recording devices, still cameras, or video cameras permitted. No transmission or aiding in transmitting any description, account, picture, or reproduction of the event in part or in totality. You hereby consent to the reasonable search for alcoholic beverages, drugs, or weapons. You further consent to the use of your image or likeness incidental to any display, transmission, or reproduction of the event. Management reserves the right to refuse admission or eject any person whose conduct is deemed by management to be disorderly or who fails to comply with the terms and conditions herein.

Seat Availability

Guarantee of Seat Policy

Tickets are reserved upon receipt of payment. Unless otherwise stated ticketing is for general admission seating and the house doors will open 30 minutes prior to event scheduled start time.
Seats are guaranteed until 15 minutes prior to the designated event's scheduled start, at which time Armstrong reserves the right to release any unclaimed seats for re-sale. Ticket-holding patrons should be seated at 15 minutes before event start time.

Ordering Tickets

There are several ways to order advance tickets (based on availability). Please read carefully:

Tickets at the door

Based on availability. On-site box office sales open one-hour prior to performance start time at designated performance venue. Purchase tickets by cash, check, Visa, or MasterCard via this option.

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