The original “Lord of the Dance” brings his show to Atlanta on Feb. 21, one of only a few cities he’ll play in person.Read More
“Disgraced” is one of eight works in which playwright-author-screenwriter Ayad Akhtar writes about the conflicting ideologies of Americans and Muslims.Read More
Work by the internationally acclaimed glass artist returns to the Atlanta Botanical Garden for six months beginning April 30.Read More
Arís! Theatre, Atlanta’s 3-year-old stage for Celtic culture, plans a mix of mainstage works, staged readings and special events for its 2016 season.Read More
The largest Jewish movie event in the world opens Jan. 26 and will encompass eight venues. Tickets go on sale Jan. 10.Read More
Did you know, for instance, that “Atlanta Ballet’s Nutcracker” calls for 8 tons of scenery, lighting and props?
And that 20 pounds of “snow” fall at each performance?
Join the Alliance Theatre for its magical musical staging of A Christmas Carol, one of Atlanta’s most wondrous holiday traditions. The story, as you may well know, unfolds on Christmas Eve, as four …Read More
The new Alliance Theatre, expected to cost just under $22 million, will offer better acoustics and comfortable seating that gets the audience closer to the stage.Read More
A nonprofit and Broadway in Atlanta are teaming to share your gently used formalwear with underserved teens.Read More
Actor’s Express promises a pulsing, reimagined Rent this summer, the award-winning musical that celebrated youth and la vie boheme. The score, from “Light My Candle” to the iconic “Seasons …Read More