A holiday show for every taste. For the less spirited, the stunning “Cardboard Piano” (Actor’s Express) or the “Phantom” sequel, “Love Never Dies” (Fox Theatre).
The Alliance’s lavish telling of “A Christmas Carol” turns 28 this season, but for director Rosemary Newcott, it’s a new show every year.
Chris Coleman, who co-founded Atlanta’s Actor’s Express 30 years ago, will begin leading Denver Center for the Performing Arts’ theater company in May.
Here comes Santa Claus. And Jane Austen. And please don’t miss “Cardboard Piano” at Actor’s Express.
What do a cardboard piano and free beer have to do with Atlanta theater? Read on to find out.