The new CEO begins work July 18, succeeding Virginia Hepner, who helped lead the Arts Center through a time of significant change and success.
Our top picks: A Topher Payne world premiere at Georgia Ensemble, a trumpeting ASO and a two-actor “Doctor Faustus” at the Shakespeare Tavern.
Put “The Crucible” (opening Jan. 21 at Actor’s Express) on your don’t-miss list. Last call, meanwhile, for “Mr. Popper,” “Rudolph” & “The Snow Queen.”
Jazzman Byron Stripling salutes Louis Armstrong with the ASO and Create ATL (and families) take over the Woodruff on Sunday.
If you’ve ever seen a play, concert or art show at the Woodruff in Midtown and bemoaned the absence of a spot on-site to debate its merits, fret no longer.