Want to know where we're going? Who better to tell you than Ebenezer Scrooge himself? Follow him around town as he unveils the what and the where of our audacious 2017/18 Season.
Mark Kendall gives you the low-down on his one-man sketch comedy show. And no, the "Magic Negro" does not do magic tricks.
Our final production on the Alliance Stage before we undergo a complete renovation is a world premiere for the whole family by Janece Shaffer (Troubadour) with music by S. Renee Clark. Meet a reimagined, nature-inspired Cinderella (and her mean stepmother, played by none other than Terry Burrell) in Cinderella and Fella.
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A quick glance at Magic Negro director Anthony LeBlanc's resume reveals a robust string of achievements likely to be the envy of any comedian in the business. One particular credit to his name may cause others to take pause: a Computer Science and Physics B.S. degree.
Spring is coming to Atlanta, and what better way to celebrate the wonders of the outdoors than to see the a nature-focused world premiere for the whole family? Cinderella and Fella begins performances this week and it's a must-see. Here are five reasons why.
While Troubadour kicked off the new year with rhinestones and rockin' original country music, another historic Nashville-centered show has