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Katy Perry Atlanta

5 Atlanta events you won’t want to miss: December 6-12

The Falcons take on the Saints; Katy Perry comes to town, and tons of holiday-themed fun.
Alice in Wonderland Alliance Theatre

5 Atlanta events you won’t want to miss: November 15-21

Say goodbye to the Georgia Dome, drive through the Callaway Gardens' forest of lights, and watch the Alliance Theatre's reimagining of Alice in Wonderland.
High Museum of Art

Get cultured at the Woodruff Arts Center

Visitors can take in a performance by the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra at Symphony Hall, or ponder works by a diverse cadre of artists like Alex Katz, Walker Evans, and Thornton Dial at the High Museum of Art.
The Color Purple

5 Atlanta events you won’t want to miss: October 25-31

The Color Purple hits the Fox Theatre, Cumberland Mall celebrates Halloween, and Franco-Cuban musical duo Ibeyi plays Variety Playhouse.
Kenny Leon

Why Kenny Leon loves Atlanta

Kenny Leon believes in hard work. He does not, apparently, believe in sleep.
Atlanta family events April

36 of the best events for Atlanta families in April

Kid-friendly musicals, Pete the Cat, YA authors, and egg hunts galore
Mark Kendall

Atlanta comic Mark Kendall uses humor to address representation

Getting a cease and desist notice from Morgan Freeman may be one of the best things that’s happened to Mark Kendall.

31 splendid spring events for Atlanta families in March

Step into spring (and festival season) with fairy houses, dinosaurs, science fun, and cherry blossoms galore.
The Temple Bombing

A new play revisits an act of terror that proved Atlanta’s mettle as “the city too busy to hate”

“It’s a story of an unsung human rights leader who applied the tenets of his faith to encourage a reticent congregation to stand up against segregation,” says Jimmy Maize, writer and director of a new play based on the events, The Temple Bombing, which makes its debut at the Alliance Theatre on February 22.
Troubador Kristian Bush

The making of Troubadour, Janece Shaffer and Kristian Bush’s 1950s country musical

As Shaffer began to flesh out her characters, she moved Nashville star Billy and son Joe’s estrangement center stage, along with Joe and songwriter Inez’s love story. There was just one problem: If you’re writing a play about country music, you’re going to need, well, country music. And Shaffer’s facility with words did not extend to scoring. Then a friend mentioned that she’d once sat next to Kristian Bush on a flight and came away with his email address

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