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Atlanta Ballet and Meehan’s Public House in Sandy Springs Honor Music Legend Johnny Cash with a Special Dinner – March 15, 2012

For your listening pleasure, while you read this post! Johnny Cash is one of my all-time favorites. When I was a kid, he lived in my hometown, Port Richey, Florida, next door to my parents’ best friends, in the house that his wife, june Carter Cash, inherited from her parents on the Pithlachascotee River (we had […]

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Twyla Tharp’s “The Princess & The Goblin” Enchants Audiences of All Ages – Atlanta Ballet – Through February 19, 2012

Last Friday night, my friend Angela and I had a girly girls’ night – we got all dressed up and went to see Atlanta Ballet’s production of Twyla Tharp’s “The Princess & The Goblin.” And we weren’t the only ones. Girls of all ages – from tiny toddlers to their grandmothers and everyone in between […]

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Atlanta Ballet Presents the World Premiere of Twyla Tharp’s “The Princess & The Goblin” – February 10-19, 2012

In the past two years of 365Atlanta.com, I’ve gotten to know the Atlanta Ballet, and I’ve been pleasantly surprised with each new discovery. From the haunting and breathtaking Moulin Rouge to the energetic and lively new works in Ignition, I have fallen in love with the diversity, variety and beauty that the Atlanta Ballet produces. […]

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Atlanta Ballet Presents “Ignition: New Choreographic Voices” – Three New Works by Up-and-Coming Choreographers, May 13-15, 2011

Last week, I had the distinct pleasure of getting to preview three new works by up-and-coming choreographers at the Atlanta Ballet – the works of Ignition: New Choreographic Voices. In the studio of the Atlanta Ballet’s new home, the Michael C. Carlos Dance Centre in west Midtown, I had a chance to experience these three […]

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#316 – Atlanta Ballet’s “The Nutcracker” – One of My Favorite Atlanta Holiday Traditions – Through December 26, 2010

This holiday season marks the 51st production of the Atlanta Ballet’s “The Nutcracker,” first brought to Atlanta by the Ballet in 1959. The glitz and glamour of The Fabulous Fox Theatre serve as the perfect backdrop for this holiday spectacular that is a long-standing holiday tradition for families all around the Metro Atlanta area. The first […]

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