Productions & Programs

LAC Expansion

Jun 01, 2019-Jun 30, 2021

WELCOME!

We’re so glad you’re here. We are thrilled to be a part of everything that is happening in Downtown Lawrenceville. We say every day that we are Living The Dream, and we know that the new Lawrenceville Arts Center will be the home to A Million Dreams. We can’t wait to hear yours.

Anthony Rodriguez & Ann-Carol Pence
Co-Founders, Aurora Theatre

 

AMERICAN THEATRE MAGAZINE

If You Build It, They Will (Eventually) Come


URBANIZE ATLANTA

How a $35M arts center is modernizing Lawrenceville’s historic square


AJC

Arts groups prepare to pivot from virtual to live events in 2021


ARTSATL

Lawrenceville Performing Arts Center topped, will open when COVID says OK


AJC

Lawrenceville, Aurora Theatre celebrate new performing arts center


METRO ATLANTA CEO

Lawrenceville and Aurora Theatre Celebrate “Topping Out” of new Lawrenceville Performing Arts Center


PATCH

Lawrenceville And Aurora Theatre Celebrate “Topping Out” Of New Lawrenceville Performing Arts Center


GWINNETT DAILY POST

Aurora Theatre looking ahead to new possibilities as Lawrenceville Performing Arts Center construction continues


ATLANTA NEWS AND TALK

Aurora Theatre’s new performing arts center prepares to open in pandemic


AJC

Aurora Theatre’s new performing arts center prepares to open in pandemic


SPEAKEYSIE

Aurora Theatre Looks to the Future


GWINNETT DAILY POST

PHOTOS: Lawrenceville Performing Arts Center, Aurora Theatre construction tour


BUSINESS VIEW MAGAZINE

Lawrenceville, GA – Trailblazing College Town


ASBN

How The Aurora Theatre is Transforming into One of Georgia’s Largest Arts Organizations – Anthony Rodriguez & Ann-Carol Pence


 

WSBTV

Gwinnett County theater is expanding and helping drive growth


BROADWAY WORLD

INTERVIEW: A Groundbreaking Conversation with Aurora Theatre’s Ann-Carol Pence, Anthony Rodriguez, and Al Stilo 


AJC

Lawrenceville, Aurora Theatre breaks ground on $31M arts center



GWINNETT DAILY POST

Lawrenceville, Aurora Theatre officials break ground on new perfoming arts center