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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.
It’s not unusual to see families at the Center for Puppetry Arts. Seeing them onstage together, however, is a far rarer thing. Check out my review of Sleeping Beauty on ArtsATL.
I’ve been a bit remiss about posting on this blog lately. It’s been a crazy summer, as I’m sure you’re well aware. On top of it all, my laptop died a couple months back, so it’s been a little tough … Continue reading
Eartha Kitt was no stranger to controversy… The beloved singer and actress, who passed away in 2008 at the age of 80, remained outspoken and unconventional throughout her career. It’s somewhat unsurprising, then, to learn that jazz singer René Marie, … Continue reading
Happy new year! I had a look back at 2015 in a couple of recent articles. Fellow theater critic Jim Farmer and I discussed the year in theater for ArtsATL, and I also contributed to ArtsATL‘s year in dance piece, … Continue reading
What were some of the best things you saw in 2013? Several publications asked me to do my own “Top Ten” or “Year in Review” pieces looking back on what I saw in 2013. I wrote about the Top Ten theater productions … Continue reading
I had fun at the Halloween show “The Sleepy Hollow Experience” at Serenbe Playhouse. Check out my review on ArtsATL.
“To see or not to see? That is the question.” If you’re asking about Georgia Shakespeare’s latest production of “Hamlet,” I recommend you see it. It’s not a perfect production, but I liked the spare, straightforward approach. Check out my … Continue reading
Playwright Tarell Alvin McCraney just won a MacArthur Fellowship, commonly referred to as a “Genius Grant.” Find out what all the fuss is about by seeing his brilliant show “Choir Boy,” currently on stage at the Alliance Theatre’s Hertz Stage through … Continue reading
ArtsATL‘s series of articles entitled “30 under 30,” profiling 30 Atlanta artists under the age 30, continues this week with my piece about Atlanta actor John Stewart, who performs in the upcoming production of “Choir Boy.” Read more on ArtsATL.