This weekend's best bets: April 17

Last call for Out of Hand’s “Blackberry Winter” (this go-round) and Theatrical Outfit’s much-praised “Dividing the Estate.” Maurice Hines keeps on tappin’ at the Alliance, meanwhile, with the timely, truth-based “Letters to Sala” and the Atlanta Opera’s “The Barber of Seville” coming up.

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This weekend's best bets: April 3

Say hello to “Dividing the Estate” (Theatrical Outfit), “Macbeth” with Veronika Duerr (Shakespeare Tavern), “Annie” (Atlanta Lyric) and “Maurice Hines Is Tappin’ Thru Life” (Alliance). Say goodbye to “Samantha Brown” (Aurora). If you’re in a classical mood, the ASO offers short and long programs.

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This weekend's best bets: March 6

Topping our list this weekend: “Great Gatsby” at GET, True Colors’ “Race,” Audra McDonald with the ASO, Atlanta Opera’s “Faust” and your last chance to see Synchronicity’s “Where the Mountain Meets the Moon.” If you make Sunday plans, don’t forget we spring forward this weekend and lose an hour of sleep to gain an hour of sunlight.

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Meet Joseph Young

Joseph Young began playing the trumpet in the sixth grade, later trading it for a baton. On June 1 the 31-year-old becomes the Atlanta Symphony’s new assistant conductor and leader of the Atlanta Symphony Youth Orchestra.

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This weekend's best bets: Feb. 6

If I could see one thing this weekend … it’d be a tough call. Topping the list: “The Geller Girls” and “In Love and Warcraft,” both at the Alliance, and “Six Degrees of Separation” at Actor’s Express. If you’re looking for something achingly romantic, choose from any number of “Romeo and Juliets” (ballet, stage, modern).

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Where talent’s developed

On Jan. 4, the Talent Development Program celebrates 20 years with an Alumni Legacy Concert. This free concert will be a full immersion into one of Atlanta’s most meaningful arts education programs, one that has seen its students go on to prestigious schools of music, major orchestras and solo careers.

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