See and hear the toe-tapping spiritual and gospel-infused story of that historic time in Jersusalem, first written by playwright Langston Hughes. And do it at a discount.
A holiday show for every taste. For the less spirited, the stunning “Cardboard Piano” (Actor’s Express) or the “Phantom” sequel, “Love Never Dies” (Fox Theatre).
The Alliance’s lavish telling of “A Christmas Carol” turns 28 this season, but for director Rosemary Newcott, it’s a new show every year.
The company’s merry mayhem makers invite you to kick conventional theater in the behind with their off-the-hinges take on “A Christmas Carol.”
Macon, the city Otis Redding called home, still thrums with great music as well as history and good eats.