“I love the immediacy of theater. I love how interactive and synergistic theater is,” says Atlanta actor Brad Raymond. See him at Stepin Fetchit in True Colors’ “Fetch Clay, Make Man” through Nov. 22.
“I like stories. I like to tell stories,” says director David Crowe, who also likes to surprise audiences. That’s what he plans to do with Georgia Ensemble Theatre’s “Romeo & Juliet,” running through Nov. 22.
Nick Arapoglou won the 2011 Suzi Award (Atlanta’s version of Broadway’s Tonys) as best actor in a musical for his performance as Princeton in the irreverent “Avenue Q” at Horizon Theatre. A snapshot.
In A Confederacy of Dunces, now at Theatrical Outfit, 16 actors play more than 25 characters. Among them is William S. Murphey, who, for my money, is the best character actor in town. He plays two roles in Dunces: Mr. Claude Robichaux, a befuddled, irascible old man with an unusual mustache, and Mr. Clyde, […]