The little orphan who never stops singing and dancing sets up shop in Annie at Atlanta Lyric Theatre. The 1977 Tony Award-winning musical has proven its mettle with stagings and revivals all over the country. The Lyric version features Kevin Harry (Javert in Aurora Theatre’s award-winning Les Miserables) as Daddy Warbucks. Return to 1930s America, where hard-knock lives are common and bottom dollars extremely scarce. Still, Annie — with her dog, Sandy, in tow — never loses her pluck. The Lyric performs at Jennie T. Anderson Theatre at the Cobb Country Civic Center complex in Marietta.
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Georgia’s festival “season” actually encompasses much of the year, but none is as sweet as spring, when snow, ice and wind give way to dogwood and magnolia blossoms.
Let us take you on a tour of Dublin — its streets, pubs, theater and literature. Even its leprechaun lore.
Buckhead, once known as Irbyville, has a big-city vibe way beyond its famous malls.
As spring sneaks into the city, plants are popping up at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, growing, woven into sculptures of every size and en masse in blankets of flowers. Get ready!
The rhyming writer, a cartoonist who illustrated his own books, will be celebrated Monday at Imagine It! The Children’s Museum of Atlanta. He would have turned 110 on Sunday, March 3.
A former warehouse district tucked under the Brooklyn Bridge — and known by the name DUMBO — has become one of New York’s more intriguing spots.
Midtown is Atlanta’s heart, a place known for good food, great theater and exuberant nightlife.
Last call for Out of Hand’s “Blackberry Winter” (this go-round) and Theatrical Outfit’s much-praised “Dividing the Estate.” Maurice Hines keeps on tappin’ at the Alliance, meanwhile, with the timely, truth-based “Letters to Sala” and the Atlanta Opera’s “The Barber of Seville” coming up.
Looking to get your culture on this weekend? Here’s a place to start.
Theatrical Outfit’s 2014-15 season will “spotlight voices that will spark important conversations about class, education, faith, the stars and our places in the world,” says Executive Artistic Director Tom Key.
Say hello to “Dividing the Estate” (Theatrical Outfit), “Macbeth” with Veronika Duerr (Shakespeare Tavern), “Annie” (Atlanta Lyric) and “Maurice Hines Is Tappin’ Thru Life” (Alliance). Say goodbye to “Samantha Brown” (Aurora). If you’re in a classical mood, the ASO offers short and long programs.
Although “The Lion King” has been on the road since 2002, it’s one of the most complicated ever to take on a national tour. The North American company travels in 18 trucks; 14 are tractor-trailers that haul duplicates of everything: sets, lighting, puppets, etc.
Join Encore Atlanta live at 1 p.m. Wednesday to learn how Fabrefaction Theatre Conservatory has bumped up its education mission.
Topping our list are “1001 Nights” at the Center for Puppetry Arts, “Maple and Vine” at Actor’s Express, the ASO’s tribute to Marvin Hamlisch, “Samantha Brown” at Aurora Theatre and the opening of Rising Sage’s season with the Paris Crayton III-penned “The Best Game.” Let’s go see a show!