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No 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.
The play Disgraced is bound to get people talking… My fellow critic Jim Farmer and I had a conversation about the debate-starting, Pulitzer Prize-winning show for ArtsATL.
I have two new reviews of two very different start-of-summer shows. I reviewed Blues for an Alabama Sky, Pearl Cleage’s Harlem Renaissance drama celebrating its 20th anniversary with a new production at the Alliance and the campy drag spoof Die, Mommie, Die! starring Atlanta playwright … Continue reading
Check out my review of the new Civil War drama The Whipping Man at the Alliance Theatre’s Hertz Stage. The play is set in Richmond, Virginia, just after the fall of the Confederacy and depicts a complicated seder held between … Continue reading
Nights have gotten chilly and dark so it’s the perfect time of year to have a visit to an Atlanta theater. Check out two new reviews of two new shows: “Good People” at the Alliance, which I thoroughly enjoyed, and … Continue reading