:: OUR SEASONAL BEST-OF-ATLANTA THEATER ROUNDUP BEGINS WITH A BANJO MUSICAL, ENDS WITH A SHAKESPEARE REUNION AND VISITS 2 CIVIL WARS, CIVIL RIGHTS AND A SKID ROW FLOWER SHOP. :: THE CITY’S STAGES no longer shut down in spring and summer as they once did. That’s all for the better, if you like to slip inside a cool, dark theater […]
This week we spotlight 12 performances, ranging from Shakespeare, puppets and Spanish-language, to Puccini, musicals and LGBTQIA themes. Read on!
We’re pretty happy that Sutton Foster is singing with the ASO. Also recommended: The romantic thriller “Strait of Gibraltar” closing Sunday (Synchronicity).
Jiréh Breon Holder’s Kendeda-winning civil-rights-era drama “Too Heavy for Your Pocket” will be staged next season at the Roundabout Theatre Company.
Last call for “Bridges of Madison County” (Aurora), “Georgia McBride” (Actor’s Express), “Grease” (Serenbe), “Magic Negro” (Alliance).