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Stage Door Players in Dunwoody Celebrates the Life and Music of Frank Sinatra in “My Way” – Through February 12, 2012

I have a little bit of a crush on Frank Sinatra. As in, if I had been alive in the 1940s and 1950s (the eras of my crush), I probably would’ve been his stalker. Well, one of them – I’m sure he had many. I also have a little bit of a crush on Atlanta’s […]

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It’s a Grand Night for a Show – “A Grand Night for Singing” at Stage Door Players Through June 5, 2011

What do you get when you mix up the best song of the legendary duo of Rodgers and Hammerstein with some of the best singers in Atlanta theatre? You get more than just a fun night…you get A Grand Night for Singing! A musical revue that showcases favorites from huge hits like The King and […]

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ART Station Presents “The Outrageous Adventures of Sheldon & Mrs. Levine” – Your Last Weekend to Laugh Along, Through March 6, 2011

If you think your family is nuts, here’s a play that will make you feel a little less, well, crazy. ART Station presents “The Outrageous Adventures of Sheldon & Mrs. Levine: A Son’s Elusive Search for His Mother’s Happiness” and this is your final weekend to laugh along. Sheldon and his mother, Mrs. Levine, live […]

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Spontaneous Combustion Atlanta Improv Comedy Festival is Back at The Basement Theatre! March 2-6, 2011

The 3rd Annual Spontaneous Combustion Atlanta comedy festival lights up Buckhead March 2-6, 2011 at the Basement Theatre and the laughter is sure to be heard throughout the city! Billed as “some of the funniest people you’ve never heard of,” the festival features emerging comedic talent from Minneapolis, Chicago and Raleigh-Durham, as well as some […]

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#355 – Souper Jenny Presents: “Sex, Soup and That Schmuck That Left You…A Valentine’s Cabaret” – Saturday, February 12 & Monday, February 14, 2011

Do you love Souper Jenny like I love Souper Jenny? If you follow me on Twitter, you have probably seen a tweet (or twenty-two) about my love for Souper Jenny – her delicious soups, the hearty sandwiches, fresh crisp salads, and her fun-loving gang of fabulous soup-mongers, who always greet you with a smile…and sometimes […]

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#354 – A Little Bit Rock ‘n Roll, A Little Bit Sci-Fi? Check Out the World Premiere of Broadsword at Actor’s Express, Through February 12, 2011

You may have heard me chatting about Broadsword the show on CBS Better Mornings Atlanta last week. Here are all the details about this World Premiere at Actor’s Express! Are you a bonafide theatre geek but your boyfriend / girlfriend / husband / wife / significant other just doesn’t get it? Here’s the remedy… Actor’s […]

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#329 – The Holiday Ice Spectacular Continues through Christmas Eve, December 24, 2010 – Get Your Tickets Today for this Not-to-be-Missed Show…and Get 50% Select Tickets!

The Holiday Ice Spectacular has been receiving rave reviews since it opened last week at Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center. The fast-paced, 90-minute revue-style show features 16 world-class ice skaters who will have you gasping and marveling at their spins and jumps, twists and turns. Unlike other ice shows at arenas, this production takes place […]

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#325 – Georgia Shakespeare Presents “A Christmas Story” Through December 26, 2010 – I Triple-Dog-Dare You to See It Before It’s Gone!

Every year on Christmas day, a cable station plays its traditional 24 marathon of “A Christmas Story” – choruses of “you’ll shoot your eye out, you’ll shoot your eye out” ring through homes across America until finally someone gets fed up, changes the channel and hides the remote. Whether you watch it once or 10 […]

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#320 – Atlanta Opera Chorus Holiday Concerts at All Saints’ Episcopal Church – Monday and Tuesday, December 13 & 14, 2010

There are so many great concerts this week – and here is one of them, with two chances to catch it… The Atlanta Opera Chorus is a body amazing of singers. Don’t let it fool you that they are in the “chorus” – just because they are the ensemble that backs up the principal roles […]

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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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