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Get into the holiday spirit with caroling, light displays, the Pink Pig, and more
After two decades with the Atlanta Ballet, principal dancer John Welker is pivoting to a new role.
Lure the kids out of the house with circus acts, juggling, puppets, a parade, a pajama-clad concert, and more.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of Atlanta Ballet’s Nutcracker—and it’s also the final season for the show’s choreographer, retiring artistic director John McFall. Here’s where the Tchaikovsky classic fits in with the city’s other long-standing holiday traditions.
Enjoy the holiday season with ice-skating, carols, real live reindeer, classic children’s plays, and more
When Tennessee Williams’s surreal Camino Real opened on Broadway in 1953, critics hated it, and audiences fled for the exit. Could the play about an American traveler straddling two worlds work better as dance than as dialogue?
Traditional ballet is rooted in artifice—elaborate costumes, stylized scenery, and formalized movement. Wabi Sabi, Atlanta Ballet’s company-within-a-company, creates innovative performances inspired by the natural world, with all its surprises and flaws.