SCAD is excited to announce that Tony Award winner Adrienne Warren will make a dazzling special guest appearance in SCAD’s Holiday Spectacular concert Friday, Dec. 8 at the new SCADshow theater in Atlanta.
State Representative Matthew Gambill joined Georgia Entertainment before the Unscripted Roadshow in Warner Robins to share his thoughts on the entertainment industry.
Paramount Global shares closed up nearly 10% Friday, leading entertainment stocks higher after the Wall Street Journal reported that Paramount Global and Apple are discussing bundling their respective streaming platforms at a discount.
AMC’s second concert movie, Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé, though clearly frontloaded in its previews/Friday with a Saturday tumble of -48% ($6M), remains solid enough to hit a $22M opening, per industry sources.
Georgia’s creative industries are bustling this month. There is so much happening as productions sprint to a brief holiday pause before full steam ahead in 2024. Mixed in with all this activity are several great events. Almost daily there are ways one can fill up their social calendar and we will do our best to keep covering these as they happen in our newsletter and social outlets.
T Dawg Productions is pleased to announce the eagerly anticipated return of the Holiday Hootenanny, a festive event that brings together top-tier Atlanta talent for a night of music, charity, and community. The Hootenanny will take place on December 17th, 2023, at the renowned Variety Playhouse.
The Southeastern Conference Football Championship Game will be held in Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium through at least 2031, it was announced Thursday by the SEC, AMB Sports and Entertainment (AMBSE) and the Georgia World Congress Center Authority (GWCCA).
Not only has Griffin helped launch the careers of regional talent like Walton Goggins and Kyle Chandler, she helped found the Georgia Production Partnership and was one part of the committee that helped create the entertainment tax incentive program that’s brought so much film and television production to Georgia.
Neal has worked on the water for more than 25 years, with a business that specialized in boat and kayak tours. But when the film business began to expand in Georgia early in the last decade, productions started renting boats and other equipment from him. He saw an opportunity and seized it.
The airport has partnered with Ryan Cameron, a renowned radio host in Atlanta. Cameron’s voice will be used as the airport’s automated message system, which will help guide passengers through overhead announcements.