Christmas Canteen is a nostalgic musical revue with traditional songs and more, a band and a merry group of singer-dancers. It runs in conjunction with the company’s Festival of Trees, and you can’t get much merrier than that.
Artistic director Anthony P. Rodriguez, meanwhile, uses his storytelling abilities for his traditional one-man A Christmas Carol.
Last, but certainly not least, Jaclyn Hofmann laces up her funny shoes to reprise The 12 Dates of Christmas. She’s plays a woman who, while watching the Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade on TV, sees her scalawag of a fiancé kiss another woman. Things go downhill from there. Ouch! (Pictured: Hofmann)
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The Fox Theatre’s No. 1 fan, determined in a social media contest, is Sharon Frank of Palmetto. She related the story of a first date in 1967 — with the man she’d eventually marry.
The new College Football Hall of Fame and Fan Experience is far more than statues and plaques. Every college team in the nation is represented, along with bands, mascots, cheerleaders and lots of interactive things to do.
Much has changed since Margaret Mitchell compared Savannah and its coastal companion Charleston to “aged grandmothers sunning themselves placidly in the sun.” Here are a few of those changes.
With the look and feel of L.A.’s Rodeo Drive, the dining, entertainment, shopping, office and residential juggernaut known as Buckhead Atlanta is gunning to become Atlanta’s “must-see” and “must-be-seen-at” destination.
“Gone With the Wind” and other Civil War topics dominate the Atlanta History Center’s fall lecture and author series, which also touches on Jewish life in America, the U.S.-Mexican border culture and American politics from Lyndon B. Johnson to Ronald Reagan. The series begins Sept. 2.
Atlanta Botanical Garden’s “Scarecrows in the Gardens” design contest is open for registration now through Aug. 22. Unleash your creative side.
What makes Asheville’s food scene different from, say, Atlanta’s or Charleston’s, is the number of spots that have been certified by the Green Restaurant Association.
If we had but one night out this weekend, we’d spend it at “Murder Ballad” (Actor’s Express), at the ASO, “White Rabbit Red Rabbit” (Out of Hand) or the intriguingly titled “Morgan Freeman Presents the Magic Negro and Other Blackness” (Dad’s Garage). How about you?
The 25th edition of the Alliance Theatre’s popular “A Christmas Carol” features a new Scrooge. Atlanta-based actor David de Vries takes over from Chris Kayser.
What do you do if you’re homeless at Christmastime? If you’re Kevin Gillese and Dad’s Garage Theatre Company, you hook up with your friend Susan V. Booth and put on a show.
Join Encore Atlanta for a live Google chat with Dad’s Garage Artistic Director Kevin Gillese at 1:30 p.m. Nov. 24. At the very least you’ll be entertained. We promise.
Topping our list this week: “Murder Ballad,” “Murder Ballad,” “Murder Ballad.” Plus, the ASO returns (if you can get a ticket) and Dad’s Garage opens the one-man “Morgan Freeman Presents …,” which looks at how the media represents black men, touching on everything from Dr. Seuss and Uncle Ben, to prison, white flight, Aunt Jemima and Black Jesus. Sounds intriguing, no? And ambitious.
One goal in creating the live show was to break down the barrier that inevitably exists between a movie and the viewer. This production does its best to put the audience in the movie.
Topping our list this week: Georgia Ensemble Theatre’s acclaimed “Elephant Man”; “Murder Ballad, opening this weekend at Actor’s Express; and “Madama Butterfly,” the season opener at The Atlanta Opera.