ART Station Announces 2011-2012 Theater Season


ART Station an Atlanta-area TheaterART Station in historic Stone Mountain Village is proud to announce the 2011-2012 Theater Season.

The Christmas Report by David Thomas|
December 8 – 23, 2011

Breaking News! This Just In! Did you hear the latest? The nightly news just got a whole lot funnier in this original holiday production by Artistic Director David Thomas. Just as folks are preparing for the Christmas Season there is something strange going on in Mt. Stone that has caught everyone’s attention. A team of crazy correspondents have been dispersed to cover the situation from a variety of viewpoints as the stoic anchors try to keep the viewers well informed. Don’t be the last to know! Tune in to “The Christmas Report!”

Name That Show
Directed by Kara Cantrell
February 9 – 19, 2012

Think Fast! Here comes an improve show that puts the audience in the drivers seat. Based on audience suggestions, seasoned improvisational performers come up with hilarious situations like the popular TV show “Whose Line Is It Anyway.” Audiences will be amazed at the versatility of the performers while laughing at the madcap that ensues.

Tip Tap Two
April 12 – 15, 2012

Tap dancing has a rich history and has endured for generations as one of the most popular art forms with American roots. Tip Tap Two consists of two members, Taps and Tre, whose styles rely on improvisation that contains complex rhythms and musical expressions along with tales of tap’s African American path. Audiences have been thrilled by Tip Tap Two as some of the most phenomenal tap dancing seen in the USA!

Southern Voices By David Hirt and David Thomas
June 7 – 17, 2012

In this performance, Master Storyteller David Hirt delves into the many facets of the south with his unique brand of humor, insights and characters. “Southern Voices” takes a quirky look at our region through its history, characters and stories that have made the south one of the most enviable places to live and visit. This journey through the eyes of “just plain folks” of the South promises to be amusing, perceptive and entertaining.

I Ought To Be In Pictures By Neil Simon
August 2 – 19, 2012

One of Neil Simon’s best plays focuses on Herb Tucker, a writer’s blocked Hollywood scriptwriter who abandoned his New York family 16 years earlier. He and girlfriend, Steffy, are surprised when his forgotten past reappears in the form of Libby, his bold, adventurous teenage daughter who’s hitch-hiked all the way from Brooklyn with dreams of movie stardom. Herb decides to take another stab at fatherhood and hopefully this time, he will get it right. From America’s most beloved playwright comes this…”Terrific…sweet, dandy and touching… mature, memorable play.”-New York Post

The titles and dates are subject to change.

Ticket prices are $25 for Adults and $21 Seniors/Students. To purchase tickets call the Box Office at 770-469-1105 or visit

All performances are in the ART Station Theatre located at 5384 Manor Drive in Historic Stone Mountain Village. The Village of Stone Mountain is located in the City of Stone Mountain one exit prior to Stone Mountain Park.