Other Broadway in Atlanta titles include “Something Rotten!,” “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder” and “The King and I.”
In “Elf the Musical,” Buddy the orphan often says that “the best way to spread Christmas cheer is singing loud for all to hear.” How well do you know the Christmas tunes that come from Broadway shows? Take our test.
The awards, Atlanta professional theater’s more-or-less equivalent to Broadway’s Tonys, will be handed out Nov. 2.
Weird Sisters’ “Hot Pink” opens. “Motown” at the Fox and the 2015 Essential Theatre Festival close and “Memphis” rolls at Aurora Theatre. See a show!
A very full calendar includes closing weekend for Serenbe Playhouse’s “Evita” and the one-weekend-only “Shaking the Wind,” written and performed by Atlanta dynamo Minka Wiltz. Up next: “Hot Pink, or Ready to Blow” (Weird Sisters); Motown the Musical at the Fox; and Wabi Sabi — that’s dance — at Serenbe.