The Fox Theatre
July 2022: Mean Girls
MEAN GIRLS is a ferociously funny new musical from an award-winning creative team, including director Casey Nicholaw (Aladdin, The Book of Mormon), composer Jeff Richmond (“30 Rock,” “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt”), lyricist Nell Benjamin (Legally Blonde), and book writer Tina Fey (“30 Rock,” Bossypants). Vogue cheers, “MEAN GIRLS is HILARIOUS! The cast is sensational – expert comedians with fierce voices and acting chops to match.” USA Today says, “We’ll let you in on a little secret because we’re such good friends: GET YOUR TICKETS NOW.”
July/August 2022: The Incredible Book Eating Boy
Henry loves books. But he hates reading them. Because books are so full of… words! Annoying, complicated, indecipherable words! Then one day he discovers the most amazing alternative to reading – eating the books whole. By chowing down, chomping, and literally digesting the contents of whole libraries, Henry gets smarter, and smarter and smarter… until his tummy doesn’t feel so good. A story about literally biting off more than you can chew, this new musical celebrates the joy of reading and the insatiable appetite for knowledge. Inspired by award-winning children’s book author Oliver Jeffers’ hilarious book, The Incredible Book Eating Boy promises to leave you full!
The Atlanta Opera
June 2022: Cabaret/As One
The Atlanta Opera brings its 2021-22 season to a close with performances at Pullman Yards (located at 225 Rogers Street in Atlanta) with its Come As You Are festival, featuring a new production of the blockbuster musical Cabaret performed in repertoire with the critically acclaimed chamber opera As One. A Saturday matinee featuring, Jay Hunter Morris, in a cabaret-style concert.
May 2022: Strike Your Fancy
Following its triumphant premiere in Atlanta Ballet’s reimagined 2020-2021 season of Silver Linings, Claudia Schreier’s Pleiades Dances makes its way to the theatre stage for the May program. Adding a classical element to the evening is Paquita — a famed nineteenth century classic revered for its demanding and intricate choreography. Finally, an all-new work by Atlanta Ballet Company dancer Sergio Masero, whose piece Teneo Integrum mesmerized audiences last season, will balance out the season finale production.