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).
The regional premiere of this musical comes from composer/lyricist Jason Robert Brown (“Parade,” “The Last Five Years”) and is based on the 1992 best-seller and the 1995 movie.
What do you do when your Elvis act gets the ax? For one overburdened Floridian, it means swapping your jumpsuit for lashes and sequins.
Renovation necessitates ‘audacious experiment’ — 12 shows at 13 venues over 17 months. Whee!