New stories for the AJC

imageI’ve recently written some new stories for the AJC.

I previewed the Atlanta Black Theater Festival, reviewed ASO Music Director Robert Spano’s collaboration with Atlanta dance company gloATL, previewed the 2016-17 Atlanta Opera season, profiled innovative theater-maker Greg Wohead and interviewed playwright Daryl Lisa Fazio.

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“Anne Boleyn” and “Ugly Lies the Bone”

imageIt’s great to come across a show you really like. Even better… Coming across two great shows in one week. Check out my reviews of Anne Boleyn at Synchronicity Theatre and Ugly Lies the Bone at the Alliance, both on

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Gonkar Gyatso at the Carlos Museum

imageI reviewed the work of contemporary artist Gonkar Gyatso at Emory’s Carlos Museum. Have a look on Burnaway.

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Next stop: Goblin City

imageI had a look at the new exhibition  Jim Henson’s Labyrinth: Journey to Goblin City. Check it out on

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“November” and “Girls Life”

imageI guess you could say I didn’t like it.

I have reviews of  Girls Life at Pinch n Ouch and November at Process Theatre.

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Joshua Bell at Symphony Hall

imageI reviewed the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra season opening concert featuring Joshua Bell. Check it out in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

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World’s largest dinosaurs headed to Atlanta

imageBeing huge may not have saved the dinosaurs from extinction, but as far as kids and museum visitors go, bigger is definitely better.

Check out my AJC preview of the new exhibition The World’s Largest Dinosaurs arriving at Atlanta’s Fernbank Museum of Natural History on September 17.

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Threepenny and The Prom

imageNo doubt about it. The new theater season is definitely upon us!

This week, I reviewed two of the first big musical productions of fall for ArtsATL:  The Threepenny Opera at 7 Stages and The Prom at the Alliance.

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Atlanta theater season preview

boxAtlanta theater critic Jim Farmer and I sat down to chat about the don’t miss shows of the 2016-17 Atlanta theater season. Check it out on ArtsATL.

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Shakespeare’s Globe presents a live webcast of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”

imageLondon’s Globe Theatre will broadcast its critically acclaimed new production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream live on-line on the BBC website on Sunday, September 11, at 1:30 pm Atlanta-time (that’s 6:30 pm British Summer Time).

How cool is that? You can tune in to the live webcast  on Sunday at the link here.

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