A holiday show for every taste. For the less spirited, the stunning “Cardboard Piano” (Actor’s Express) or the “Phantom” sequel, “Love Never Dies” (Fox Theatre).
Making Santa’s “nice” list: 4 theater companies, 2 classical music groups, 2 visual arts venues, 1 dance company and a foundation. No French hens.
The Alliance’s lavish telling of “A Christmas Carol” turns 28 this season, but for director Rosemary Newcott, it’s a new show every year.
After more than 500 performances and 23 seasons, Atlanta Ballet dances John McFall’s “Nutcracker” for the last time.
Chris Coleman, who co-founded Atlanta’s Actor’s Express 30 years ago, will begin leading Denver Center for the Performing Arts’ theater company in May.