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The Fox Theatre

May 2019

August 2019: Cats

In this issue, the Andrew Lloyd Webber classic Cats visits the Fox Theatre complete with new choreography from Andy Blankenbuehler, and Fox Fun Facts shares the history of Mighty Mo, the country’s second largest theatre organ.

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The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra

ASO

June 2019: Atlanta Symphony Orchestra

In this issue, June performances bring Beethoven and Bernstein, and the ASO bids farewell to four of its longest-serving members.

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Alliance Theatre

June 2019: Max Makes A Million

In this issue, author Maira Kalman’s story has been thoughtfully adapted to the stage, bringing to life her charming characters who believe in big dreams, perform beat poetry, and celebrate in the beauty of everyday things.

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The Atlanta Opera

Maria de Buenos Aires

April/May 2019: La Traviata

In this issue, The Atlanta Opera’s La traviata takes the stage once again to tell the story of love and marriage entangled in a web of social requirements and restrictions.

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Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre

July/August 2019

In this issue, The Wiggles delight with their signature upbeat performance, Gordon Lightfoot celebrates his 80th birthday, ABBA The Concert recreates the pop phenomena, and more!

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Rialto Center for the Arts

Spring 2019: Rialto Center of the Arts

Spring 2019: Rialto Center for the Arts

In this issue, the Rialto Center for the Arts welcomes a modern sitar master, political comedy, the Georgia State University Opera, and an unmatched jazz trumpeter performing with the Georgia State University Jazz Band.

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Sandy Springs Performing Arts Center

June/July/August 2019: Sandy Springs Performing Arts Center

In this issue, City Green Live hosts free summer concerts, new nearby restaurants welcome performance-goers, and City Springs Theatre Company wraps up its inaugural season.

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