Georgia Shakespeare bites lustily into this laugh-out-loud mix of satire, song, slapstick comedy and one-liners, which moves Goldoni’s famous Servant of Two Masters from Italy to 1960s England. Aaron Muñoz (Theatrical Outfit’s A Confederacy of Dunces) gives a tour-de-force performance as the man in the middle. This is a mod, groovy, hilarious, highly recommended and delightfully naughty (parents, you’ve been informed) night in the theater. While you’re there, check out the new picnicking furniture, fountain area, and concession/gift shop on the terrace under the lights. A bonus: The Beatles-inspired Atlanta trio the Head provides live tunes before and during the show.
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In Atlanta’s new National Center for Civil & Human Right, the civil rights movement of 50 years ago is linked to a broad human rights struggle today.
Tickets go on sale July 11 for Atlanta’s annual food-and-drink extravaganza.
Ever feel as if somebody’s watching you? When you visit the Atlanta Botanical Garden now through October, you might get that prickly feeling from “The Four Seasons” by artist, screenwriter and filmmaker Philip Haas.
Art, history and writing camps for kids, plus a Civil War encampment marking the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Peachtree Creek art all part of a jam-packed summer lineup at the Atlanta History Center and Margaret Mitchell House.
There’s no downtown to speak of, but Sandy Springs doesn’t need one. It knows who it is — the first municipality to break from Fulton County.
The Queen of Soul is scheduled to return to the Fox Theatre for an 8 p.m. Nov. 8 concert. Tickets start at $65.
Concerts in the Garden returns to the Atlanta Botanical Garden for its 12th summer season, boasting two shows by the Indigo Girls. Act fast.
The second in a series of four Spotlight Series concerts curated by music legend Wynton Marsalis will pair Marsalis’ jazz mentor Jimmy Heath and trumpeter Jeremy Pelt in an Aug. 23 concert.
Wow! Where to begin? Must-sees in our book include “One Man, Two Guvnors” at Ga Shakes and “That Uganda Play” in the Essential festival. Openings include “Mary Poppins” at Aurora, “Right On” at Horizon and, on Monday, the Weird Sisters “Late: A Cowboy Song.” Just ahead: Serenbe’s “Oklahoma!” and Essential’s “Ravens & Seagulls.” Saddle up, playgoers.
Synchronicity Theatre, a professional company devoted to giving women a voice, has its first permanent home in 16 years, at Midtown’s Peachtree Pointe.
Amy Ray and her musical partner, Emily Saliers, have both seen huge changes in their personal lives in the three years since their last album, Beauty Queen Sister, was released.
When the Alliance Theatre begins rehearsals for its October staging of “Steel Magnolias,” it’ll do so with some heady talent in the room.
The July lineup for the 26th annual National Black Arts Festival is as hot as the weather, with the launch of its first Spotlight Series featuring NBAF’s 2014 Legends honoree Wynton Marsalis.
The Reiser Atlanta Artists Lab is designed to provide an opportunity for artists to grow by having the time, space and money to explore new ideas. And much more …