BRUNSWICK ACTORS' THEATRE, located at 1413 Newcastle Street in Historic Downtown Brunswick, Georgia,

is a 111 seat theatre that is home to six main stage productions a year. The season begins in February

and ends in December. Performances are on Saturday nights at 8 pm and on Sunday afternoons at 3 pm. 

The doors open 45 minutes prior to curtain and reserved seating is available with ticket purchase. 

The ticket price includes beverages and desserts.

Reservation HOTLINE: 912-280-0023

NOTE: In addition to B.A.T productions, the theatre can be leased for special events


Saturdays, Dec 7, 14, & 21 at 8 pm

Sundays, Dec 8, 15, & 22 at 3 pm

(doors open 45 minutes prior to curtain)

Desserts and Coffees/Tea are served before the show and during intermission.

$25 per person

RESERVATIONS: (912) 280-0023

And the Winner Is by Mitch Albom


THE STORY: AND THE WINNER IS tells the comic story of Tyler Johnes, a self-obsessed movie star, who is finally nominated for an Oscar, then dies the night before the awards. Outraged at his bad luck and determined to know if he wins (even though he's dead), he bargains with a heavenly gatekeeper to return to earth for the big night. Along the way, he drags his agent, his acting rival, his bombshell girlfriend and his ex-wife into the journey, in a wildly twisting tale of Hollywood, the afterlife, and how we are judged.

"I suppose it is always a worthwhile thing to be reminded about mending relationships and getting right with God before it is too late. But it is truly a rare and special thing to have such a reminder included in one of the funniest plays I've ever seen." —Detroit Monitor.


"WINNER shares with Albom's bestselling Morrie and The Five People You Meet in Heaven the subject of life and the lessons it teaches." —LA Times.


"Think It's a Wonderful Life…But Albom's version offers a fresh, funny twist. Look for plenty of digs at Hollywood, the movie business, lengthy awards shows and celebrity egos…Much of the humor is rooted in ridiculous truth." —Oakland Press.


"…takes on considerable emotional heft and poignancy, and Albom achieves a fitting end that is simultaneously inevitable and surprising. Albom also, throughout the play, offers up a good deal of bright, cynical humor." —Ann Arbor News.