Written by award winning Atlanta playwright, Phillip DePoy and based on the writings of celebrated AJC columnist Celestine Sibley, Christmas At Sweet Apple is a feel-good hometown celebration of the season told through story and song. Take a break from the hustle and bustle of the holiday craziness, and come sit by the fire for a spell.
Join Stage Door Players, the Dunwoody Preservation Trust, the Dunwoody Nature Center, and the City of Dunwoody, for this fall’s production of Legends & Lore, presented by Country Gardens.
“Legends & Lore” is a FREE family-friendly evening of stories drawn from the “Red Book” history of Dunwoody. Guests will step back in time to witness the stories, legends and myths that capture Dunwoody’s past as they are led through Dunwoody Park by lantern light. Come early, picnic in the meadow, and listen to period music on the public piano each evening before the show.
Shows take place at 7:00 p.m. Friday, November 10th and Saturday, November 11th. Sunday night’s show will begin at 6:00 p.m. Guests will gather at the stage in the main meadow area for an introduction to the evening from the storyteller. From there, journey through different areas of the park for three additional stories, plays, or re-enactments of 15-20 minutes each. After the final rotation, return to the main stage for a closing presentation. Picnic areas will open one hour before show time. Seating is limited to 150 guests per show.
This FREE community event will be fun for the whole family, but tickets are limited each night. To reserve yours, visit the City of Dunwoody website at https://secure.rec1.com/GA/dunwoody-ga/catalog