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.

* Purchase HERE. All tickets will be left at will call.

About Kathy Janich

Kathy Janich is a longtime arts journalist who has been seeing, working in or writing about the performing arts for most of her life. She's a member of the Theatre Communications Group, the Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the Americas, Americans for the Arts and the National Arts Marketing Project. Full disclosure: She’s also an artistic associate at Synchronicity Theatre.

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