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The Fox Theatre

Summer Film Festival

August 2018: Summer Film Festival

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The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra

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May/June 2018: Atlanta Symphony Orchestra

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The Alliance Theatre

June 2018: Winnie the Pooh

In this issue, The Alliance Theatre opens its 50th season with a family musical based on A.A. Milne’s “Winnie-the-Pooh” books and featuring the chubby little bear who has gentle lessons for us all.

 

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The Atlanta Opera

Out of darkness

June 2018: Sweeney Todd

In this issue, Stephen Sondheim’s masterwork is an entertainment with a dark soul that dances on the precipice of opera and musical theater. Read about its roots in 19th-century London’s penny dreadfuls.

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Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre

July/August 2018

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Rialto Center for the Arts

Spring 2018: Rialto Center for the Arts

Get the inside story on all of the acts playing the downtown venue in March and April, a lineup that includes Ladysmith Black Mambazo from South Africa, jazz singer Rene Marie and Larry Harlow’s Latin Legends Band.

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Sandy Springs Performing Arts Center

August 2018: Sandy Springs Performing Arts Center


CreateATL

September 10, 2017

The Woodruff Arts Center is committed to reaching families and children in areas where a theater or symphony ticket, or a stroll through an art museum, is economically out of reach. Their main event, called CREATE ATL, is a free Sunday afternoon of art-making, interactive musical story times, hands-on instrument-making, drop-in acting classes and much more. Some 6,000 people attend each festival.

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