Arts, Music Theater – Gettysburg Connection

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For a village of only 8,000 people, Gettysburg is famous for its artistic richness. From the Majestic, Kline and Community Theaters, to the local bar scene with its hundreds of local musicians, the biannual Gettysburg Rocks Festival, the Gettysburg Chamber Orchestra and the dozens of local art galleries, Adams County is brimming with creativity and his enjoyment.

This page lists our current stories, but don’t forget to check our events calendar

Art exhibitions are listed here.

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Haitian Jazz Master will perform at Gettysburg on Saturday



America's Got Talent finalist brings the magic of Silhouette to the Majestic



Sunday screenings will be vaccine-only at the Gettysburg Majestic Theater



Adams County Arts Council Seeks Comments on Grant



Buzz Jones will talk about



Gettysburg Majestic pays tribute to Aretha Franklin with a live broadcast on February 16



Sweeney Todd opens 14th season at Gettysburg Community Theater



Sidney Poitier - Hollywood's first black man mirrored the civil rights movement on screen



Reduced Shakespeare Company presents



Adams County Arts Council features K-12 students and member works through January



New play by Gettysburg native Kramer Hardman to premiere at Adams County Arts Council



Arts Council elects 2,022 officers



Community theater announces auditions;  Sweeney Todd schedules in January



Holiday Member Lounge at ACAC (December 3, 2021 to December 17, 2021



The annual ULS Vespers Service is on Sundays



Flower photos by local artist John Kamerer at the Monumental Gallery



Artworks by Robert Patierno on display until November



Actor Stephen Lang dedication at the Gettysburg National Military Park Museum & Visitor Center, November 18, 2021



14th Annual Foothills Artist Studio Tour in the Fairfield and Cashtown, PA area on November 20-21



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