If you didn’t catch Avenue Q during its brief run under the sun at Piedmont Park, don’t fret. You can see the Tony- and Suzi Bass Award-winning musical in the cool, cool, cool of the Conant Performing Arts Center at Oglethorpe University (June 12-July 12). Both the bawdy, risqué original and a PG-13 version will be performed. If you recall, […]
The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra is one of four U.S. orchestras chosen for the first-ever SHIFT Festival, being celebrated in March and April at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C.
The coming-of-age story about recently orphaned Mary Lennox is adapted by playwright Rachel Teagle in this world premiere. The show marks the debut of the new (and permanent) English Garden at Serenbe, created specifically to immerse performers and audiences within the endless estate of Mary’s gruff uncle. Teagle is the playwright behind such previous Serenbe Playhouse adaptations […]
“Soldier Songs” by the imaginative young composer David T. Little combines elements of theater, opera, rock-infused concert music and animation to explore the perceptions versus the realities of the Soldier.
The ASO returns to Piedmont Park for free concerts on June 11, 18 and 25, all led by assistant conductor Joseph Young. They are indeed free, but make sure you read the many do’s and don’ts before you go.