Playwright Paul Rudnick’s 1998 comedy follows the first couple, Adam and Steve, along with lesbian buddies Jane and Mabel, from the Garden of Eden to modern-day Manhattan.
On May 6, for one night only, more than 20 Sandy Springs’ restaurants will rock Hammond Park with tastes and sips to the sounds of local musicians, all to benefit charity.
This annual bit of merry mayhem, now in its seventh year, will tap into the talents of Dad’s Garage improvisers for its assemblage of mini-operas.
Topping our list: “The Crucible” (Actor’s Express), “The Mountaintop” (Aurora), “Troubadour” (Alliance) & “Constellations” (Horizon). You?
“The Crucible” opens (Actor’s Express); “The Mountaintop” (Aurora) & “Troubadour” (Alliance) continue; an (anti)-inauguration event & 2 days of readings; plus the ASO debuts Bruckner’s “Te Deum.”