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Encore Atlanta is the official show program for:

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The Fox Theatre

STOMP

April 2018: Something Rotten!


STOMP

April 2018: STOMP

In this issue, Read about how the percussion, movement and visual comedy show we know as STOMP came to be, going back to its 1991 beginnings in England and a 10-year-long collaboration.

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The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra

April18 ASO

April 2018: Atlanta Symphony Orchestra

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The Alliance Theatre

April 2018: Hospice + Pointing at the Moon

Learn the story behind playwright Pearl Cleage’s two one-act plays, now a single piece, in which A-list actors Terry Burrell and Tinashe Kajese-Bolden play the same woman at two points in her life, 30 years apart.

 

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The Atlanta Opera

Out of darkness

April/May 2018: Out Of Darkness: Two Remain

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Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre

March/April 2018

Read about the family story behind “Dancing With the Stars” performers Maks, Val and Peta and why they decided to go back on the road. Plus the inside story on such Atlanta Ballet’s Tu Tu & More, and The Atlanta Opera’s Carmen.

THE SHULER HENSLEY AWARDS

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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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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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