The internationally renowned Center for Puppetry Arts stages magical shows for all ages, from adults-only experimental shows to family favorites.
Even in the toughest economic times, Georgia Shakespeare has never sacrificed artistic credibility. But this year, the company tried a summer without Shakespeare—and it didn’t play very well. People complained. The theater listened.
Late in the afternoon of Music Midtown’s second and final day in 2012, organizer Peter Conlon cut off ticket sales before, as the AJC reported, “capacity bordered on uncomfortable.”
Executive and artistic director Brian Clowdus deftly taps the theater’s bucolic Chattahoochee Hills landscape to dreamy effect.
Named after a Japanese worldview that cherishes nature, this new offshoot of the Atlanta Ballet has found a fitting home in the greenspaces of the Atlanta Botanical Garden.