This week’s best: Out of Hand’s “Dogs of Rwanda,” the Alliance’s “Hand to God,” Horizon’s “Project Dawn,” the national tour of “The Color Purple.”
“The Color Purple’s” Carla R. Stewart steps into some big shoes, but says she’ll put her own footprint on the sexy that is Shug Avery.
Other Broadway in Atlanta titles include “Something Rotten!,” “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder” and “The King and I.”
Gracious, Miss Celie’s work boots have covered a lot of ground since her story was first set to music at Atlanta’s Alliance Theatre in 2004. The Color Purple followed its world premiere there with a 15-month Broadway run and a first national tour that lasted nearly three years. This edition, the second national tour, first […]
The Color Purple: The Musical about Love may be nearing its three-year run on tour, but for Stu James, performing at the Fox never gets old. James, who plays the character Harpo, was born, raised and educated in Atlanta, and lived here until he set his sights on New York, nearly 12 years ago. And […]