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Arts and Entertainment

Stage Door Players was founded in 1974 as a Community Improvement Project of the Dunwoody Woman’s Club. The community theatre performed in various locations until 1988, when its current home was realized in the North DeKalb Cultural Center. Stage Door Players has grown and evolved within a community that is a hub of industry, business, shopping, great restaurants, and is a thriving cultural and artistic center. Now entering its 40th Anniversary Season, Stage Door Players is now a fully professional theatre, producing a full season of popular, compelling and entertaining works.

The Spruill Center for the Arts is a 38-year-old nonprofit whose mission is to foster understanding and appreciation of the visual and performing arts, by offering an extensive and diverse program of classes, a professional artist exhibition series, and outreach programs for seniors, youth and audiences with special needs. There is an 11,000-square-foot Education Center on Chamblee Dunwoody Road that provides classes for adults, teens and children, as well as a popular Summer Camp. The Spruill Gallery is located in the historic 1867-1905 Spruill Homeplace on Ashford Dunwoody Road. The Center is proud to serve the community of Dunwoody.

The Marcus Jewish Community Center (MJCCA) provides an intimate setting at The Morris & Rae Frank Theatre for audiences to enjoy top-notch musical performances, author events, and theatrical productions.

The MJCCA also hosts a series of jazz performances by renowned jazz musicians, and an annual fifteen-day book festival featuring sought-after authors, speakers, and celebrities. From preschoolers to seniors, the MJCCA offers engaging programs, events, and services for every member of the community. Visit atlantajcc.org for more information.

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