“There really was not a whole lot of thought put into my life,” says Tara Ochs, who wrote and performs “White Woman in Progress” at 7 Stages. “If it sounded fun, I did it. Luckily it seems to work out.”
The always inventive Serenbe Playhouse brings its “Grease” outdoors, in a setting that evokes a vintage drive-in theater. The cast is first-rate, too.
Still our top pick: “White Woman in Progress,” (7 Stages world premiere). Opening this week: “Don Pasquale” (Atlanta Opera), “Grease” (Serenbe), “The Magic Negro” (Alliance), “Simply Simone” (Outfit).
Improv artist/actor Mark Kendall shines a light on the ‘Magic Negro’ stereotype. He’s going for laughs, of course, and something more.
The 30th anniversary season features Lucas Hnath’s epic “The Christians,” all of “Angels in America” and 2 world premieres.