Bob Farley’s biological and theater families will gather Dec. 18 to remember the director, mentor, dad and husband who had been part of the metro theater scene for more than three decades.
Theater “really allowed me to figure out who I was as a person and who I wanted to be.” says Caitlin Smith, who can be seen as Kitty in “A Drowsy Chaperone” at Aurora Theatre through Aug. 14.
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.
“The Entertainer. He did it all.” So reads the stone on Sammy Davis Jr.’s grave at Forest Lawn Memorial Park outside Los Angeles. And he did. Singer, dancer, child star, recording artist, actor, icon. Vaudeville. Broadway. Hollywood. Mr. Bojangles. The Candy Man. Sammy is recognizable at a glance. His easy slouch and Pepsodent smile. The […]