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Shivering in Antici…pation:  Actor’s Express Takes on ‘The Rocky Horror Show’

Shivering in Antici…pation: Actor’s Express Takes on ‘The Rocky Horror Show’

Elijah Sarkesian July 8, 2014 1

The Rocky Horror Picture Show has endured as a cult classic for decades – so much, in fact, that its popularity overshadows the theatrical show the film is based on. Atlanta audiences can soon

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7 Stages Theater presents anti-bullying programming

7 Stages Theater presents anti-bullying programming

Dylan Goldman May 20, 2014 0

7 Stages proudly welcomes San Francisco based LGBT dance company Sean Dorsey Dance for the Atlanta premier of their production, The Secret History of Love, May 22–25. Produced by award-winning, transgender trailblazer Sean Dorsey,

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Theatre feature: ‘Thrill Me: The Leopold and Loeb Story’

Theatre feature: ‘Thrill Me: The Leopold and Loeb Story’

Nicholas Grant March 26, 2014 0

In 1924 Nathan Leopold and Richard Loeb, two wealthy University of Chicago law students, kidnapped and murdered 14 year old Robert “Bobby” Franks. Though it may seem like odd material for a musical, this

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The Muppets Are Coming (to Atlanta!)

The Muppets Are Coming (to Atlanta!)

Nicholas Grant March 11, 2014 0

In 1978, Kermit the Frog and Jim Henson cut the ribbon to open the Center for Puppetry Arts. Since then, the Center has inspired generations of children and adults through their performances, educational workshops,

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‘R&J’: ‘Romeo and Juliet’ For A New Generation

‘R&J’: ‘Romeo and Juliet’ For A New Generation

Dylan Michael February 10, 2014 0

We all know the story of Romeo and Juliet, and have seen it multiple times, in multiple formats – but you haven’t seen it like this! The Fabrefaction Theater Company is rebooting the show,

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Gender Identity Issues Form the Core of ‘Whistling Psyche’

Gender Identity Issues Form the Core of ‘Whistling Psyche’

Nicholas Grant February 9, 2014 0

“After he was dead, I was told that (he) was a woman…I should say that (she) was the most hardened creature I ever met.” – Florence Nightingale on the death of Dr. James Miranda

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Atlanta says “Hello!” to The Book of Mormon

Atlanta says “Hello!” to The Book of Mormon

Nicholas Grant January 20, 2014 0

In 2011, The Book of Mormon opened on Broadway and dominated the Tony Awards that year, winning nine awards in all ­– including Best Musical. Now Atlanta audiences will finally have the chance to

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Curtain Up: 2014 Atlanta Theatre Guide

Curtain Up: 2014 Atlanta Theatre Guide

Nicholas Grant January 6, 2014 0

To say that the Atlanta arts scene has a lot to look forward to in 2014 in a HUGE understatement.  Making their way through the city will be multiple Tony Award winning musicals, and

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Broadway Combats AIDS

Broadway Combats AIDS

Nicholas Grant November 6, 2013 0

Some people may be surprised to learn that Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS is one of the nation’s leading industry-based, nonprofit AIDS fundraising and grant-making organizations.  It may surprise people even more to learn that

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ASO’s ‘Around the World’ Features Big Names and Beautiful Music

ASO’s ‘Around the World’ Features Big Names and Beautiful Music

Matthew Harrell November 6, 2013 0

The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra is bringing in two musical icons for its first ever “Around the World” concert. The evening will feature three pieces from different areas across the globe to create an experience

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