Table Talk

Jun 26, 2020

Please join us for a series of ‘Virtual Table Talks’. This program is designed to build a deeper connection with our region’s arts lovers. Until we can gather again in-person, Aurora Theatre Co-Founders Anthony Rodriguez and Ann-Carol Pence will lead a series of virtual listening sessions that center around the exciting new Lawrenceville Performing Arts Center (LPAC).

Anthony and Ann-Carol want to hear your ideas about the kind of programming you would like to see, what excites you about the future, and answer questions or concerns you might have—all in the spirit of supporting our mission of igniting a new generation of theatre-goers.

We’ll supply a suggested beverage recipe in advance, so we can all enjoy a tasty treat at home. To make this event exciting, we need Gwinnett’s most engaged, inspired, and outspoken community leaders to spark dialogue about success.

Participation is limited to 12 guests, so please reserve your spot early. This is a FREE event.  

Friday, June 26 at 5:00pm

A zoom link will be emailed to participants the day of the event.

Just like in 2007, this LPAC project was made possible through a unique partnership crafted with the City of Lawrenceville, who continues to profoundly invest in the arts. With the completion of LPAC, we will more than double our capacity to serve Gwinnett County, managing what we believe will be the busiest performing arts complex in the nation. 


“This is historic… This is a culmination of ten to fifteen years of dreams and visions that are coming to life.”
– Chuck Warbington, Lawrenceville City Manager

“Simply put, the Lawrenceville Performing Arts Center will be a place where possibility surrounds us, a home to house a million dreams of our community.”
–Anthony Rodriguez