Cirque Du So-Gay! Purim off Ponce


By: Bryan Tillman   If you are searching for a reason to dress up in a costume for a good cause this is the event for you.  One of Atlanta’s greatest costume parties will take place on March 7, 2015.  Purim off Ponce is SOJOURN’s annual fundraiser each year.  SOJOURN is the Southern Jewish Resource Network for Gender and Sexual ... Read More »

Witches Night Off

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by Jeffery Silvey We’re off to see the wonderful wizard of Oz as Wicked lands in Atlanta at the Fabulous Fox Theatre. Tickets for the show have been flying faster than the Wicked Witch’s monkeys, but even if you haven’t purchased a ticket you still have a chance to follow the yellow brick road while giving to a good cause. ... Read More »


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by Elijah Sarkesian   Ah, the Academy Awards – Hollywood’s biggest night. It’s here again, and there will be plenty of places you can watch this year’s Neil Patrick Harris-hosted event. Whether you’re watching from a bar hosting an Oscar party or from the comfort of your own home, though, you’ll want to make smart guesses as to what films ... Read More »

A Naughty Good Time: Clubesque – A Modern Cabaret

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You’re in a dark room. The sound of people moving and the echo of heels clicking on cement can be heard in the darkness.   The audience’s breathing slows in anticipation of what’s to come. Then, a flash of light, the shimmer of sequins, and the emergence of red feathers against a smoky background light up the stage for a nonstop, ... Read More »

STEEL MAGNOLIAS at the Alliance Theatre, directed by Tony Award winning actress Judith Ivey


The Alliance Theatre is pleased to announce the cast and creative team behind its upcoming production of Robert Harling’s Steel Magnolias.  The quintessential story of family and friendship, this moving, Southern classic tells the story of six complex women sharing life’s ups and downs in the safe-haven created in a home beauty salon.  The story follows a group of strong, spirited women ... Read More »

7 Stages Theater presents anti-bullying programming


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, The Secret History of Love beautifully captures the strength and courage of our community, and celebrates the survival of love in the face of intolerance and ... Read More »

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


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 real life event is the basis of Thrill Me: The Leopold and Loeb Story, which is being produced by Newnan Theatre Company April 3–13. The tale ... Read More »

The Muppets Are Coming (to Atlanta!)


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, and exhibitions. Today it is the largest American non-profit organization solely dedicated to the art of puppet theater. The Center’s story begins when a young puppeteer ... Read More »

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


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, and bringing a script by Joe Calarco to life on its stage. In this version, the actors are all men (which is how they did theater ... Read More »

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