In this world premiere, Atlanta playwright Gabrielle Fulton tells a tale of freedom and romance, and laces it with blues-rooted spirituals, danger and sweet touches of magic realism. It all takes place in the aftermath of John Brown’s 1859 raid on Harpers Ferry, when a young woman named Sal encounters a revolutionary on the run after the would-be slave revolt. Fulton has been developing her script for at least three years, through Horizon Theatre and the inaugural season of the Alliance Theatre’s Reiser Atlanta Artists Lab. It’s the first of the Reiser projects to get a fully staged production, a very big deal!
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A new $22 million facility will open sometime in 2017 on the Atlanta History Center campus in Buckhead.
Welcome to West Midtown, where artsy shops, home furnishing stores and award-winning restaurants line the sidewalks, and old industrial buildings have become loft and work spaces.
Golf Advisor magazine has asked its readers to rank Georgia’s best public golf courses. Topping the list: King and Prince Beach and Golf Resort on St. Simons Island.
Don’t wait for visitors to get out and see the city you call home. Atlanta’s best attractions are all around us, as we sit in traffic, daydream or wonder why we’re at work while the sun is shining.
Downtown Atlanta’s newest form of transit is sleek and modern, and a spectacle for a city with iffy public transit. But don’t go looking for any San Francisco-style cable car ambience.
Mark Twain got it all wrong when he dismissed the game of golf as “a good walk spoiled.” Golf presents ideal opportunities for soaking in spectacular scenic views and spying on natural wildlife while you engage in the futile pursuit of the perfect swing. And, with Georgia’s weather, you can pretty much go swinging year-round.
The Atlanta Symphony’s 45th annual Decorators’ Show House & Gardens, a spectacular fundraiser, opens its doors April 18 and runs through Mother’s Day on May 10.
A Christmas farce from award-winning Atlanta playwright Topher Payne and Cole Porter’s “Kiss Me, Kate” are among the shows set for the Dunwoody company in 2015-16.
Want to get your culture on? Topping our recommendations this week is “Vanya, Sonia, Masha and Spike” at Horizon Theatre for its final weekend. Check out what’s just ahead, too. July gets busy.
The list of artists and luminaries with whom you can converse, dance and celebrate includes Carmen de Lavallade, Savion Glover, Malpaso Dance Company, Ronald K. Brown/EVIDENCE and Step Afrika! Check out, too, three film screenings and two art gallery hops.
See Wabi Sabi trip the light fantastic and Libby Whittemore salute the 1970s. We also recommend “Avenue Q,” “Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike,” as well as a visit to Serenbe Playhouse.
Atlanta Lyric Theatre audiences in 2015-16 will see “Peter Pan,” “Young Frankenstein,” “The Full Monty,” “Dreamgirls” and “West Side Story.”
Feeling cultural? This weekend’s your last call for “The Whale” at Actor’s Express. Openings include “Avenue Q,” indoors at the Conant center and “A Streetcar Named Desire” at Serenbe Playhouse. Coming up: The always terrific Libby Whittemore in Libby’s at the Express on June 18-21,
The two big winners at the 2015 Tony Awards on Sunday were a lesbian-themed musical and a play with a protagonist who’s on the autism spectrum, a clear vote for substance over flash.