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Marshall W Mabry IV Speaks Navigating and Living my life through the arts

Marshall W Mabry IV is a singer, actor, playwright, and lover of all things musical theater. Marshall holds the title as the first Camp Broadway Insider sharing his knowledge of the industry as a content contributor and guest journalist on the Camp Broadway blog site.

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North Atlanta High School brings Heathers to Atlanta

  The Kevin Murphy/ Laurence O’Keefe cult favorite, Heathers school edition is coming to North Atlanta High School next week. North Atlanta is the first…

Review: The Aurora Theatre’s Men with Money

‘If Mamma Mia and Guys and Dolls had a gay baby, you’d get Men with Money’ Armed with Golden voices and three-part harmony, The cast…

BJ Tindal on how ‘Goodnight, Tyler’ began

In this interview, i’m talking to BJ Tindal, winner of the 2019 Alliance/Kendeda National Graduate Playwriting Competition, about his play Goodnight, Tyler. Goodnight, Tyler is a contemporary…

Breaking Down the Characters with Alexandra Ficken

Sometimes a show lives with you after bows and occupies your brain until you address them. Goodnight, Tyler did that for me. It’s a play…

Elm Street Arts brings ‘Guys & Dolls’ to Atlanta

​ ​Elm Street Cultural Arts Village is bringing a Broadway classic to Atlanta with Guys & Dolls. Elm Street Cultural Arts Village is a non-profit…

Breaking Down the Characters with Jared Dixon

in 2018, we received a lot of feedback about our interviews. The general consensus was “We want more character study, how do you do eight…

What’s the Buzz? March in Atlanta

  City Springs Theatre’s South Pacific In its inaugural season, City Springs Theatre brought in the big guns! Joining the cast of South Pacific are…

Review: The Wolves at the Horizon Theatre

Sometimes a play is well written, sometimes a play is well acted, the Horizon theatre finds both in Sarah DeLappe’s ‘The Wolves’. The Wolves follows…

Review: An Octoroon at Actor’s Express

“The brilliance of Branden Jacobs- Jenkins’ An Octoroon is that it plays on uncomfortability.” Six Acts. Two Hours. No intermission. The MacArthur Genius Grant recipient…

5 things you need to know about JTF

JTF is the one time a year Atlanta theatre kids can let their freak flag fly and embrace all their theatre kid magic! The one…