Improv artist/actor Mark Kendall shines a light on the ‘Magic Negro’ stereotype. He’s going for laughs, of course, and something more.
Holiday choices are as deep as a New England snowfall. Or try “Mr. Popper’s Penguins” (Synchronicity).
Atlanta Opera opens its season. We get an all-female “As You Like It.” “Anne Boleyn” is still losing her head at Synchronicity and, in “Freed Spirits” (Horizon), wild things are happening. Read on.
Our top picks this week: “Fetch Clay, Make Man” at True Colors, playwright Steve Yockey’s double bill at Actor’s Express — “The Thrush & the Woodpecker,” in its final weekend, and “Blackberry Winter” — and Atlanta Opera’s “Soldier Songs.”
The Alliance Theatre’s 47th season features 12 productions on two stages, a musical by gospel artist BeBe Winans and the regional premiere of Ayad Ahktar’s Pulitzer Prize-winning “Disgraced.”