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Review: Ragtime at Serenbe Playhouse

Every time I walk into a production at Serenbe Playhouse, I’m aware that I must expect the unexpected. And Ragtime is the unexpected. It doesn’t…

Review: Native Gardens at the Aurora Theatre

The Aurora Theatre’s latest play, Native Gardens is the timeliest play you’ll find in Georgia. Native Gardens confronts the audience and makes us look at…

Review: You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown at Marietta Theatre Company

  “Featuring a small cast, iconic characters, and an SNL sketch like quality this production doesn’t disappoint.” Marietta Theatre company presents the 1967 classic, You’re…

Review: Pipeline at the Horizon Theatre

Pipeline at the Horizon Theatre plays the truth in every moment and that’s why it’s the best play running in Atlanta. The Horizon Theatre presents…

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: Knead at the Alliance Theatre

Knead// Alliance Theatre Nothing goes to waste in ‘Knead’, everything services Mary Lynn’s story and that’s how it should always be. The autobiographical one woman…

Review:  Off-Broadway’s next big hit? Nomad Motel

“Carla Ching is going to be one of the most produced playwrights in the country. Without a doubt.” If you look at theatre in 2018…

Review: Changing Perspectives and Lives at ‘Nick’s Flamingo Grill’

  “There’s a heart wrenching new show at the Alliance that’s ready to change hearts and perspectives.” Written by hometown playwright, Phillip Depoy, ‘Nick’s Flamingo…

Review: The Two Kids that blow sh*t up

This photo above is exactly how I felt after seeing ‘Two Kids that blow sh*t up’ at The Aurora Theatre.  From Broadway to regional theatre,…