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.
Topping the list: “Chasin’ dem Blues” at True Colors, “Rent” at Actor’s Express, “Uprising” at Horizon Theatre, plus the opening of “Evita” at Serenbe Playhouse and “Memphis” at Aurora Theatre. Weekends should be a little longer, shouldn’t they?
A $38 million grant from the Woodruff Foundation will create all sorts of changes at the Woodruff Arts Center, including a dramatically reimagined Alliance Theatre.
The Reiser Atlanta Artists Lab is designed to provide an opportunity for artists to grow by having the time, space and money to explore new ideas. And much more …
The Woodruff Arts Center has sold the 14th Street Playhouse to the Savannah College of Art and Design for $1.9 million, a portion of which will seed work by metro artists in all fields.