After more than 500 performances and 23 seasons, Atlanta Ballet dances John McFall’s “Nutcracker” for the last time.Read More
This is the 23rd and final year of the John McFall-choreographed holiday classic. Next season a new “Nut” debuts.Read More
With performances Thursday-Sunday, five longtime Atlanta Ballet dancers introduce us to Terminus Modern Ballet Theatre. This is no small feat.Read More
Run to the Alliance’s “Disgraced” (ending Sunday) and don’t let Aurora close the book on “I and You” without seeing why Decatur-born playwright Lauren Gunderson is making headlines. Plus much, much more.Read More
What to do, what to see? Your choices are abundant, from the closing weekend of “Wit” at Aurora Theatre, to the Alliance’s timely “Disgraced,” to “Moxie” at Theatrical Outfit and Atlanta Ballet’s “Moulin Rouge.”Read More
Aurora Theatre’s “Wit” and the opening of “Sweeney Todd” at Actor’s Express top our list, while “Charley’s Aunt” ends its run at Georgia Ensemble Theatre.Read More
“Frog and Toad” and “A Little Princess” are still running, plus we look ahead to the best of January. Don’t want to talk to your family anymore? See a show.Read More
What to see? What to do? It’s really up to you and what makes your holiday sing. If we planned your weekend, it’d start with 7 Stages’ Home Brew and include Aurora’s “Christmas Canteen,” “Frog and Toad” at Synchronicity; and the one-of-a-kind Libby Whittemore at Actor’s Express.Read More
‘Atlanta Ballet’s Nutcracker’ turns 20 as its creator, artistic director John McFall, steps toward retirementRead More
Did you know, for instance, that “Atlanta Ballet’s Nutcracker” calls for 8 tons of scenery, lighting and props?
And that 20 pounds of “snow” fall at each performance?