Our troupe, Players Guild@Sugar Hill, will soon have a professional theater in which to perform on a full stage, build sets in a scene shop, have rehearsal space, store our props and costumes, etc. For the past 2 years, we've stored things in the basement of City Hall, in a room within Buice Center, and anywhere we could find 2 square feet.
We've performed (an will until the Epic is complete) in an outdoor amphitheater, an underground parking lot, an old elementary school, and plan on using the City Council chambers or the rotunda for one production. After all, we are a community theater, and defined, that means: flexible. The theater has a projected opening date of December, 2017. Until then, we will use whatever facility is at hand.
Below is the architect's rendering of the full Epicenter. It will have restaurants, shops, and a community center. I love the City of Sugar Hill. It's one sweet place to live, work, and play!
There is covered outdoor dining is the back left corner of the EpiCenter (it shows up better in the larger photo of the Epic). The corner of the amphitheater roof shows behind the left back corner of the Epic. Can you tell I'm excited?
I hope you'll plan to attend one of the performances by Players Guild@Sugar Hill. We have a very talented troupe!