Support Georgia Gives Day


Georgia Gives Day is an initiative that has been co-created by the nonprofit sector itself. It doesn’t support one cause or one locale – it’s all of us in the state’s nonprofit sector pulling together to ask you to stop and consider your life and your community without nonprofits. How much less connected, less vibrant, […]


Wouldn’t you like to take this whole election process and rip it apart with your bare hands? Why not let Second City and Slate Magazine do it for you! In this new era of viral gaffes and social-media campaigning of rebels preaching to the disenchanted on both sides of the aisle, who even knows what […]

Lewis Black: ‘We are Living on the Corner Where Satire & Reality Intersect’

Comedian Lewis Black appeared on Meet the Press and said American news and politics is living on the corner “where satire and reality intersect” and as the years pass, it is becoming increasingly more difficult to distinguish between the two. After sold-out performances around the country, Grammy Award-winning stand-up comedian, best-selling author, actor and playwright […]

Lewis Black ruminates on how he “Keeps the Rage Fresh”… ‪#‎rageon‬

After sold-out performances around the country, Grammy Award-winning stand-up comedian, best-selling author, actor and playwright Lewis Black is back to crack up the house with his The Emperor’s New Clothes: The Naked Truth tour. This in demand entertainer has earned national attention with multiple comedy specials on HBO, Showtime and Comedy Central, appearances on The […]

Galvanize Columbus: A Community Conversation about Race Relations and Policing to be held on Friday, July 22 at 6:00 PM.

As communities throughout the nation deal with discord and even chaos related to issues of race and policing, we in Columbus choose to engage in frank discussion and information sharing. These issues go to the very heart of our community and they affect us all. In response to the palpable need, Columbus Mayor Teresa Tomlinson […]

Norm Easterbrook on the Story of the RiverCenter

Executive Director for the RiverCenter for Performing Arts, Norm Easterbrook talks about how the RiverCenter and how it came to be in Columbus.

2016–2017 RiverCenter Season Events

These events are currently only available as part of a RiverCenter Season subscription package. Visit the RiverCenter Box Office to subscribe in person or   download an order form now! 

It’s Not Too Late to Become a Marquee Society Member!

The 2016 Marquee Society Dinner will be held: Thursday, April 28th Cocktails served at 6:30pm Dinner served at 7pm Marquee Society members may RSVP to or (706)256-3618 by close of business on Friday, April 22nd. The Keynote Speaker for the evening will be Suzette Surkamer, Executive Director of South Arts, Inc. About Suzette Surkamer […]


[vimeo width=”960″ height=”540″]160647196[/vimeo] Your performing arts center is operated by RiverCenter, a local nonprofit organization. Our team is delighted to welcome over 100,000 patrons and students through your doors each season. This is truly your performing arts center because RiverCenter depends on your generosity to fulfill its mission. It costs approximately $7,000 per day to […]

This Saturday Art is 4 Everyone!

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