Our spring/summer summary of Atlanta theater’s best begins with a banjo, ends with a Shakespeare reunion and visits civil wars, civil rights and a Skid Row flower shop.
The Tony awards air live on CBS on June 12 with ‘Great Comet’ and ‘Evan Hansen’ topping musical candidates, and newcomer Lucas Hnath and Pulitzer winners Lynn Nottage & Paula Vogel vying for best play.
Puccini’s magical, maddening opera asks us, in a single duet, to cheer for a murderer and her heedless lover.
We’re pretty happy that Sutton Foster is singing with the ASO. Also recommended: The romantic thriller “Strait of Gibraltar” closing Sunday (Synchronicity).
This week we spotlight 12 performances, ranging from Shakespeare, puppets and Spanish-language, to Puccini, musicals and LGBTQIA themes. Read on!