Stage Door Players’ lineup includes a Hitchcockian thriller, a William Inge classic and the musical revue “Smokey Joe’s Cafe.”
The show mixes magic, music & puppetry, with songs by award-winning composer/lyricist Robert Lopez (“Avenue Q,” “The Book of Mormon,” “Frozen”).
“How to Use a Knife” opens at Horizon; “Father Comes Home” (Actor’s Express) and “Split in Three” (Aurora) go on.
“I’m basically wanting to use Neverland as my own personal Peter Pan,” says Billy Harrigan Tighe, the Atlanta native who plays the famous scribe.
Aurora Theatre in Lawrenceville stages Atlanta-based playwright Daryl Lisa Fazio’s new comic-drama. Critics have called it “haunting, funny and deeply satisfying.”