The Pulitzer-nominated “Father Comes Home” opens (Actor’s Express); “Split in Three” continues (Aurora); and 13 Atlanta Ballet dancers say goodbye.
Ann Elizabeth “Libby” Calk, was the Atlanta Symphony’s first-ever harpist. She joined the orchestra in the 1950s.
Easy to laugh with, terrifically tough to sing, Donizetti’s great achievement lays bare all of humankind’s shortcomings.
In the Atlanta Opera’s staging of “Don Pasquale,” which the company is staging for the first time, the Don is an aging silent film star.
Put “The Crucible” (opening Jan. 21 at Actor’s Express) on your don’t-miss list. Last call, meanwhile, for “Mr. Popper,” “Rudolph” & “The Snow Queen.”