Jason Alexander was a song-and-dance man long before he played neurotic New Yorker George Costanza, Jerry Seinfeld’s best bud, on the long-running TV comedy, “Seinfeld.” The actor-director-writer is also a Tony Award-winning performer, collecting an 1989 statuette for his work in Jerome Robbins’ Broadway. Other credits include The Rink and Stephen Sondheim’s original Merrily We Roll Along. The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra invites you to join Alexander and its musicians on March 7 at the annual black-tie Symphony Gala. This ticket is for balcony seats at the concert only. Note: The deal ends Feb. 28 unless it sells out sooner.
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Whether you normally travel solo, in groups, with kids or senior citizens, a train ride to New Orleans feels less stressful than getting there through the air.
A decade ago, no one had any serious doubts about Charleston, S.C.’s, reputation as a hub for refined Lowcountry cuisine. But no one could have predicted that the annual Charleston Wine + Food Festival (March 4-8) would become an international attraction that exposes the world to all of the city’s charms.
Every living thing craves shelter. Moles. Ants. Squirrels. Birds. Bears. And people. A new MODA exhibit looks at this, how human homes have evolved over the centuries and their impact on the environment.
A concert featuring music from “Uprising” by Atlanta theater artist Gabrielle Fulton is one of three upcoming events marking the Civil War’s 150th anniversary at the Cyclorama.
This 300-year cultural history goes a lot deeper than colorful beads, costumes and debauchery.
Selling itself as a “destination for Atlanta’s intown culture,” the Krog Street Market pairs retail with restaurants, claiming to be a “West Coast-style market.”
Thirteen metro eateries and their chefs took home prizes from the 2014 Taste of Atlanta.
This weekend’s your last chance for “4000 Miles” at Aurora. Also recommended: Theatrical Outfit’s “Silent Sky,” the Kendeda-winning “C.A. Lyons Project” at the Alliance, “Detroit ’67″ at True Colors and the always entertaining Libby Whittemore at Actor’s Express.
The mainstage lineup for the Lawrenceville theater’s 20th anniversary season includes the musicals “Memphis” and “Into the Woods,” the contemporary comedy “Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike,” Margaret Edson’s “Wit” and a world premiere from Atlanta playwrights Topher Payne, Suehyla El-Attar and Johnny Drago.
The second class of the Reiser Atlanta Artists Lab features an immersive, site-specific work, further development of a one-man sketch show seen earlier this year at Dad’s Garage, and a musical about a young American photography student and a red book
The best of this week’s best bets: “The C.A. Lyons Project” at the Alliance, “Silent Sky” at Theatrical Outfit and “Detroit ’67″ at True Colors. What’s on your must-see list?
Each of us has a green girl somewhere inside of us, a green girl yearning for acceptance. So declares the Wizard of Oz, or, in this case, longtime entertainer John Davidson, who plays the Wizard on this national tour of “Wicked.”
Theatrical Outfit’s five-show 2015-16 season – dubbed the Season of Courage — will feature three musicals, one world premiere and a regional premiere. The titles: “Memphis”; “R. Buckminster Fuller: The History (and Mystery) of the Universe”; “A Little Princess”; “Moxie”; and “The Light in the Piazza.”
Kendeda season at the Alliance Theatre begins Feb. 16 and includes four days of new-play readings, chatter and debate. Oh, boy! Or, this year, should we say, oh, girl?!