Friday, June 18, 2021

Actor’s Express’ 34th season spotlights writers Hnath, Morisseau, Nottage, O’Neill by Kathy Janich

Everyone into the theater! Actor’s Express begins its 34th season in August... The post Actor’s Express’ 34th season spotlights writers Hnath, Morisseau, Nottage, O’Neill appeared fi…

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In Our Own Words: Gabrielle Gambino, dancer and choreographer and teacher by Gillian Anne Renault

Gabrielle Gambino is a member of Zoetic Dance Ensemble and a freelance... The post In Our Own Words: Gabrielle Gambino, dancer and choreographer and teacher appeared first on ARTS ATL.

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Tuesday, June 15, 2021

Review: In “The Poet,” Terminus creates a brilliantly haunting, moving film ballet by Gillian Anne Renault

If you know, or have known, someone with dementia, prepare to be... The post Review: In “The Poet,” Terminus creates a brilliantly haunting, moving film ballet appeared first on ARTS ATL.

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Friday, June 11, 2021

Review: “In the Heights,” a cultural valentine, just can’t stop dancing by Steve Murray

In the Heights, the loud, sweaty, exuberant street party we’ve been waiting... The post Review: “In the Heights,” a cultural valentine, just can’t stop dancing appeared first on ARTS…

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Thursday, June 10, 2021

Q&A: Tiny Theater’s Cyd Prather sees in herself the next Tyler Perry by Kelundra Smith

When Cydnei Prather was a SCAD theater major it didn’t take her... The post Q&A: Tiny Theater’s Cyd Prather sees in herself the next Tyler Perry appeared first on ARTS ATL.

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Tuesday, June 8, 2021

Alliance Theatre lines up four world premieres plus diversity in Season 53 by Kathy Janich

The Alliance Theatre this morning announced its 53rd season — eight shows... The post Alliance Theatre lines up four world premieres plus diversity in Season 53 appeared first on ARTS ATL.

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Thursday, June 3, 2021

Spring for Spring Festival spotlights emerging choreographers and dancers by Scott Freeman

Atlanta dancer, teacher and choreographer Catherine Messina has always valued community engagement... The post Spring for Spring Festival spotlights emerging choreographers and dancers appea…

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As Brian Clowdus pursues his second act, Atlanta theater artists push back by Jim Farmer

Two new projects from Brian Clowdus — one in metro Atlanta, another... The post As Brian Clowdus pursues his second act, Atlanta theater artists push back appeared first on ARTS ATL.

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Friday, May 28, 2021

Atlanta Fringe Fest, Alliance “DATA” extends, 2 authors and the ASO by ArtsATL Staff

ART+DESIGN The Four Elements, a 13-person group exhibition at the Marietta Cobb Museum... The post Atlanta Fringe Fest, Alliance “DATA” extends, 2 authors and the ASO appeared first on …

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Wednesday, May 26, 2021

The Atlanta Opera will return home to Cobb Energy for its 2021-22 season by Scott Freeman

Earlier this spring, Tomer Zvulun walked into an empty Cobb Energy Performing... The post The Atlanta Opera will return home to Cobb Energy for its 2021-22 season appeared first on ARTS ATL.

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Wednesday, May 19, 2021

Three more arts and business leaders named to the ArtsATL board by ArtsATL Staff

ArtsATL has added three people to its board of directors, which now... The post Three more arts and business leaders named to the <em>ArtsATL</em> board appeared first on ARTS AT…

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Review: Dance Canvas puts on a joyful showcase of emerging choreographers by Gillian Anne Renault

There was a lot of talent on the Georgia Tech Arts Skyline... The post Review: Dance Canvas puts on a joyful showcase of emerging choreographers appeared first on ARTS ATL.

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Theatrical Outfit plans in-person, 5-show season, opening September 15 by ArtsATL Staff

Theatrical Outfit will return to the stage — live and in-person —... The post Theatrical Outfit plans in-person, 5-show season, opening September 15 appeared first on ARTS ATL.

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Tuesday, May 18, 2021

One week, 4 days, 4 new plays: Alliance’s 17th “Kendeda Week” begins Tuesday by ArtsATL Staff

The Alliance Theatre this week continues to spotlight some of the best... The post One week, 4 days, 4 new plays: Alliance’s 17th “Kendeda Week” begins Tuesday appeared first on ARTS A…

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Saturday, May 15, 2021

C4 Atlanta, a pivotal arts organization for 10 years, has suspended its operations by ArtsATL Staff

C4 Atlanta, the arts advocacy nonprofit formed in 2010, announced last week... The post C4 Atlanta, a pivotal arts organization for 10 years, has suspended its operations appeared first on A…

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Friday, May 14, 2021

Review: Alliance Theatre’s “Working” sadly stuck in the world of the 1970s by Kathy Janich

“Most of us have jobs that are too small for our spirits”... The post Review: Alliance Theatre’s “Working” sadly stuck in the world of the 1970s appeared first on ARTS ATL.

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Thursday, May 6, 2021

Longtime dancer Jackie Nash bids fond adieu to Atlanta Ballet, will join Terminus by Gillian Anne Renault

“I remember seeing her for the first time and thinking ‘Who is... The post Longtime dancer Jackie Nash bids fond adieu to Atlanta Ballet, will join Terminus appeared first on ARTS ATL.

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Best Bets for May 6-12: Kendeda winner opens at Alliance; Atlanta Ballet; opera by ArtsATL Staff

ART+DESIGN Departure, a virtual exhibition by Atlanta-based artist Charly Palmer, continues through... The post Best Bets for May 6-12: Kendeda winner opens at Alliance; Atlanta Ballet; oper…

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Q&A: Playwright Matthew Libby on “Data,” his Alliance/Kendeda world premiere by Kathy Janich

When DATA, the tech drama by playwright Matthew Libby, has its world premiere... The post Q&A: Playwright Matthew Libby on “Data,” his Alliance/Kendeda world premiere appeared first…

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Art for Artists fund organizes to provide grants for catastrophic health expenses by Gillian Anne Renault

A new relief fund for Atlanta artists who face catastrophic health expenses... The post Art for Artists fund organizes to provide grants for catastrophic health expenses appeared first on AR…

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Review: Atlanta Ballet makes a strong return with Schreier’s “Pleiades Dances” by Gillian Anne Renault

They’re back! On Friday, for the first time in more than a... The post Review: Atlanta Ballet makes a strong return with Schreier’s “Pleiades Dances” appeared first on ARTS ATL.

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Voter-law boycott of Georgia film/TV projects lands with more whimper than bang by Jim Farmer

When Senate Bill 202 — the Georgia voting bill imposing new restrictions... The post Voter-law boycott of Georgia film/TV projects lands with more whimper than bang appeared first on ARTS …

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Saturday, May 1, 2021

“Once on This Island”; ASO; Atlanta Ballet + 7 Stages’ dance; author Enjeti; MOCA GA by ArtsATL Staff

ART+DESIGN MOCA GA‘s 2021 Spring Benefit Exhibition spotlights the work of three... The post “Once on This Island”; ASO; Atlanta Ballet + 7 Stages’ dance; author Enjeti; MOCA GA appe…

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Streaming in May: “Them,” 2 from Oscar, “Romeo & Juliet,” a nod to Helen McCrory by Steve Murray

The influences on Amazon Prime’s THEM (10 episodes) are obvious. Take a... The post Streaming in May: “Them,” 2 from Oscar, “Romeo & Juliet,” a nod to Helen McCrory appeared fi…

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Wednesday, April 28, 2021

Review: The Atlanta Opera delivers with its “Threepenny” series under the big tent by Jim Farmer

As artistic leaders throughout Atlanta — and around the globe — try... The post Review: The Atlanta Opera delivers with its “Threepenny” series under the big tent appeared first on A…

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Review: Atlanta Ballet’s junior troupe disappoints with uneven Skyline debut by Gillian Anne Renault

It would have been wonderful if Atlanta Ballet had showcased the main... The post Review: Atlanta Ballet’s junior troupe disappoints with uneven Skyline debut appeared first on ARTS ATL.

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Wednesday, April 21, 2021

In Our Own Words: Rachel Van Buskirk, dancer and cofounder at Terminus Ballet by Gail O'Neill

Rachel Van Buskirk performed with Atlanta Ballet for 13 years before cofounding... The post In Our Own Words: Rachel Van Buskirk, dancer and cofounder at Terminus Ballet appeared first on AR…

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Friday, April 16, 2021

Review: ImmerseATL explores themes of the pandemic with “Continuous Replay” by Gillian Anne Renault

Continuous Replay: Come Together, presented Wednesday night as part of the Georgia... The post Review: ImmerseATL explores themes of the pandemic with “Continuous Replay” appeared first …

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Review: Alliance begins “Under the Tent” series with slight “Blackbird” concert by Kathy Janich

As the old saying goes, “Birds of a feather must funk together.”... The post Review: Alliance begins “Under the Tent” series with slight “Blackbird” concert appeared first on ART…

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Leatrice Ellzy Wright leaving Hammonds House in May to join New York’s Apollo by ArtsATL Staff

Executive director Leatrice Ellzy Wright is leaving Atlanta’s Hammonds House Museum in... The post Leatrice Ellzy Wright leaving Hammonds House in May to join New York’s Apollo appeared …

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“AMYGDALA” lights up Tech; Vega Quartet and ASO; “Snow” at Theatrical Outfit by ArtsATL Staff

ART+DESIGN The outdoor audiovisual installation AMYGDALA continues through April 30 in the... The post “AMYGDALA” lights up Tech; Vega Quartet and ASO; “Snow” at Theatrical Outfit ap…

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