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“Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of the Suicide Club”
GA Ensemble Theatre, Roswell
Feb 28~ Mar 17
Behind the impressive facade of a windowless house, a secret society plays a dangerous
game. The game is Murder, and this is The Suicide Club. But the Club has a new member:
Sherlock Holmes – brilliant, perceptive, the greatest detective in the world. Does
he want to die? Or is some other game afoot as the corpses of Europe’s most powerful
men start turning up all over London. This beguiling thriller brings Holmes and
Watson fully alive on our stage with a tale of endless mystery, clever twists and
chilling discoveries.
Reg price $20-$33 ~ AtlanTIX price $14-$16.50
Next Stage Theatre Company, Alley Stage, Marietta
Mar 1 ~ 3
Yes, we love the cinema for its great auteurs, its glorious faces and its daring
images. But in this tabloid age where big stars go on Oprah and jump around like
heartsick schoolboys, what we really love is all that dish! THE LITTLE DOG LAUGHED
follows the adventures of Mitchell Green, a movie star who could hit it big if his
agent, Diane, can keep him in the closet. She is doing all she can to keep Mitchell
away from the cute rent boy who’s caught his eye and the rent boy’s girlfriend (wait,
the rent boy has a girlfriend?). Will there be a happy ending as the final credits
roll?
Contains Nudity and Adult Language
Reg price $15.00 ~ AtlanTIX price $10.75
“Every Little Crook and Nanny”
ACT1 Theatre, Alpharetta
Mar 1 ~ 24
Lillie Scones is a sweet retired nanny who runs a boarding house with one resident
and “a cat the size of the Louisiana Purchase.” Her two friends, Jocelyn and Carmella,
help to pass the time by listening to music and gossiping. Then Stuart, an old charge
of hers, rents a room. Lillie is tickled to have him around again, not knowing he
is planning on robbing the bank on the corner. Stuart’s mind may not be totally
on the bank job, however, when he meets Betty who, unfortunately is engaged to Teddy.
However, when Stuart finds out that Betty is about to graduate from an academy on
the very night they plan to rob the bank, the perfect alibi presents itself – why
not go to the graduation, be seen there, sneak out and rob the bank. Perfect, thinks
Little Pat, Stuart’s wise-cracking sidekick. Unfortunately for the two would-be
crooks the graduation is at a police academy! Throw in a chief of police, a suspicious
fiancé and a half-pint brat with an “Al Capone do-it-yourself tool kit,” who can
and will get into anything, and nobody knows what will happen next. In the spirit
of Frank Capra, this tale of a bank heist and two retired nannies has all the classic
comedy twists and surprises fit for any audiences
Reg price $15.00 ~AtlanTIX price $10.75

More Shows
All Around

Atlanta!

7 Stages Mainstage, Little 5 Points
Feb 21 ~ Mar 17
by Topher Payne
Directed by Justin Anderson
World Premiere, a comedy with a body count
Cooper and Bennett are not a gay couple- just a couple of gays. When one of their
friends is the victim of an assault outside a local bar, they feel helpless, frightened,
and then they feel something new: pure, unfiltered rage. Angry Fags asks the question
“Is anyone really afraid of gay guys?” This dark comedy explores the ideas of
gay terrorism and the hypocrisy of American politics.
Reg price $15.74- 20.37 ~ AtlanTIX price $11.23-14.25
“Beehive – The 60’s Musical”
Atlanta Lyric Theatre
Feb 15 ~ Mar 3
Created by Larry Gallagher – “Beehive” is a high-energy musical revue tracing the
coming of age of women’s music through dozens of popular hits of the girl groups
and solo singers of the 1960’s. The Chiffons, The Supremes, Tina Turner, and Aretha
Franklin are just some of the 60’s pop stars portrayed by the super talented cast.
Hear such favorites as “My Boyfriend’s Back,” “One Fine Day,” “Where the Boys Are,”
“Downtown,” “Proud Mary,” “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman,” and “Respect.”
Reg price $38.55 ~AtlanTIX price $28.21
“Master Harold and the Boys”
Aurora Theatre, Lawrenceville
Feb 14 ~ Mar 3
Directed by Jaclyn Hofmann
An ordinary rainy afternoon in 1950s South Africa turns into a life-changing experience
for 17-year old Hally. His two beloved servants become his confidants through a
lifetime of family turmoil. Written 30 years ago, this award-winning masterpiece
is still timely and compelling, yet told with the stunning grace of a perfect ballroom
dance. It reminds us that honor does not reside in the color of a man’s skin.
“Tales of Egar Allen Poe”
Center for puppetry Arts, Midtown
Feb 12 ~ Mar 3
Recommended for ages 12+
Step inside the ruins of a fallen house where mysterious spirits bedevil the living
and where it is always a midnight dreary. Gothic designs, haunting music, and shadowy
figures breathe life into Poe’s tapestry of terror, weaving his classics The Raven,
The Tell-Tale Heart, The Bells, The Black Cat, and The Cask of Amontillado with
his lesser known works Berenice, The Oval Portrait, M.S. Found in a Bottle, and
Lenore. These macabre tales will leave your heart pounding, evermore!
Reg price $25.00 ~AtlanTIX price $18.25
“The Odd Couple”
Fabrefaction Theatre, West Midtown
The Odd Couple pits the slovenly Oscar Madison against the fastidious Felix Unger
in the greatest roommate battle of all time. Oscar and Felix, recently divorced,
decide to live together as they embark on a new journey in bachelorhood. Both men
have faults, but who will break first? As wildly irresistible and continuously funny
as it was when it opened on Broadway, The Odd Couple, by Neil Simon, is an American
classic!
True Colors Theatre Company, South West Arts Center
Feb 12 ~ Mar 10
Written by August Wilson; Directed by LaTanya Richardson Jackson
In 1969, the Hill District of Pittsburgh is gentrifying while the regulars at a
popular local diner grind out an existence against the backdrop of a turbulent world.
Memphis Lee looks to prevent the demolition of his restaurant in the face of a municipal
project while across the street, Mr. West, the local funeral director, has more
business than he can handle. It takes a newcomer named Sterling – a young convict
with a heart that lives up to his name – to change the rules of the game. Unknowingly,
the regulars take up a fight that carries them head on into the Civil Rights Movement.
Two Trains Running is an inspiring story about the protest that changed a nation.
Reg price $35.00 ~ AtlanTIX price $24.75
Dad’s Garage Theatre, Top Shelf Space, Inman Park/Little 5 Points
Feb 7 ~ Mar 9
ADULT LANGUAGE ALERT! This scripted comedy comes to you from the beautifully warped
minds that brought you “The Revengence.” You’ll see three of your childhood favorites
Beanstalk was actually a drug addict, Little Red Riding Hood was dating The Big
Bad Wolf, and one of The Three Little Pigs (who liked to party a little too much)
actually built his house out of glow sticks? Doesn’t sound familiar? Well, you’re
about to find out the truth. The Cast: Jon Carr, Taylor Dooley, Ronnie Johnson-Lopez,
Jan LeFrancois-Gijzen
Thu performances
Reg price $7.00 ~ AtlanTIX price $5.55
Fri performances
Reg price $16.00 ~ AtlanTIX price $11.40
“Let’s Make It”
Pinch n’ Ouch Theatre, Poncy Highlands
Feb 8 ~ Mar 2
In LET’S MAKE IT, emerging star actress Anessa Hudson is caught in a dilemma when
her struggling filmmaker husband, Brandon, decides to write a screenplay for her
that touches way too close to home. A raw portrayal of modern day relationships,
LET’S MAKE IT sets forth a troubled road for two working artists on their journey
to answer that great American question, how far must one go to “make it”-and at
what cost?.
Not Kid Friendly; Not wheelchair accessible
Feb 8 – 14
Reg price $15.00 ~ AtlanTIX price $11.75
Feb 15 – Mar 2
Reg price $25.00 ~ AtlanTIX price $18.25
“Romeo and Juliet”
Shakespeare Tavern, Downtown/Midtown
Jan 31 ~ Mar 3
We invite you to join us for our 13th anniversary of performing this play about
young lovers, feuding families and one Friar with good intentions. Romeo and Juliet
might just be the best-known teenagers in the history of English literature. Highlighting
the famous pair’s youth, this production of Shakespeare’s tragedy Romeo and Juliet
has cast two local teenagers in the title roles. Margaret Flock, a senior at the
Lovett School in Atlanta, and Jake West, a senior at North Cobb Christian School
in Kennesaw, GA, will portray the ‘star cross’d lovers’ in the professional company’s
annual production.
All AtlanTIX tickets gone.
Call Shakespeare Tavern for possible full price tickets.
“Fly”
Theatrical Outfit, Balzar Theatre at Herren’s, Downtown
Jan 30 ~ Mar 10
The African-American Army Air Corp fighters who flew over the skies of Europe during
World War II made historic contributions toward the desegregation of the American
military and furthering of civil rights. Travel with these dedicated and determined
young men who accepted the challenge to take flight for a country that showed them
nothing but adversity on the ground. The Tuskegee Airmen show us what happens when
the playing field is truly level.
Previews Reg price $22.00 ~ AtlanTIX price $16.30
Wed & Thu Reg price $38.00 ~ AtlanTIX price $26.70
Sat 2:30pm Reg price $22.00 ~ AtlanTIX price $16.30
Fri, Sat eve, Sun Reg price $44.00 ~ AtlanTIX price $30.60
Sketchworks, Decatur
Feb 1 ~ Mar 2
We’ll show you ours if you show us yours. Sketchworks, Atlanta’s premiere live
sketch comedy troupe, celebrates the irresponsible debauchery that is Mardis Gras
with its all new main stage show, “Show Me Your Skits!” Sketchworks is already
the most unique live comedy experience in Atlanta. It’s not improv, it’s not a
play, it’s not standup. You have to see us to understand us, and we want to show
you everything we’ve got (*wink wink*).
“Spivey Hall Spring Season”
Clayton State Univ., Morrow
Spivey Hall combines extraordinary acoustics and elegant design to create one of
the finest facilities of its kind in the nation.
3/3/13 Solo Duo: Matteo Mela, guitar; Lorenzo Micheli, guitar
3/9/13 Jupiter String Quartet
3/10/13 Southern Crescent Symphony Orchestras
3/16/13 Jeremy Denk, piano
3/17/13 Atlanta Chamber Players
3/23/13 Terence Blanchard
3/24/13 Isabel Leonard, mezzo-soprano
“Ferst Center Spring Season”
GA Tech, W. Midtown
The Ferst Center programs an outstanding season of music, dance, and comedy performances
from September to April. Dance programming usually features contemporary and cultural
dance forms, and the wide selection of musical genres includes jazz, folk, and pop
music.
3/02/13 Jake Shimabukuro
3/10/13 The Mikado ~ New York giolbert & Sullivan Players
3/16/13 Accoustic Alchemy
3/23/13 Sean Curran Company
4/06/13 An Evening with Ira Glass
4/20/13 Ethel
“The Waffle Palace: Smothered, Covered, and Scattered”
Horizon Theatre, Little 5 Points
Jan 11 ~ Mar 10
BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND!
by Larry Larson and Eddie Lee
directed by Jeff & Lisa Adler
From births to marriages, to police chases and lottery wins, anything can happen
at 3 AM in the Waffle Palace. Inspired by amazing real life events at Waffle House
restaurants, Larson and Lee (award winning playwrights of Horizon’s Charm School)
let loose with this roller coaster of humor, music, and imagination in which John
Pickett and his multi-racial staff battle to keep their Midtown diner open against
sins are throwing waffles and under-tipping.
Wed/Thu Reg price $21.60 ~ AtlanTIX price $16.04
Fri/Sat matinee Reg price $27.00 ~ AtlanTIX price $19.55
Sat/Sun Reg price $32.40 ~ AtlanTIX price $23.06

“Improv at Dad’s Garage”
Dad’s Garage, Inman Park
Thursdays & Fridays
Thursdays @ 10:30pm -Improv Revolution
The future of yesterday’s improv tomorrow – today!
The first half of this show stars our best and brightest upcoming improv stars.
They’ll be performing games and scenes based on the suggestions you give them, so
everything is made up on the spot. The second half of the show is anyone’s guess.
Each Thursday evening belongs to a different member of the Dad’s Garage improv ensemble
(our old pros) who gets and they get to do whatever they gosh darn well please.
So expect some pretty awesome and radically badical improv to be thrown your way.
Reg Price $5 ~ AtlanTIX Price $4.25
Fridays @ 8pm: Scandal! M*A*S*H-ganistan

There’s a little army base in Afghanistan’s Little Five Points, and that army base
is sure to be filled with… Scandal! The unstoppable Dad’s Garage ensemble is returning
with another season of Atlanta’s only improvised soap opera… Scandal! Get ready
to get hooked on the most side-splittingly shocking improv series of the season…
because wherever it ends up, scandal is sure to follow.
SHOW STYLE:Scandal! is character based, long-form style improv. Scenes and plot
lines are woven together over the course of the show to make a cohesive story. Everything
said and done by the improvisers on stage is made up on the spot, however it is
not based on audience suggestion. Reg price $14 ~ AtlanTIX price $10.10

“Laughing Matters”
Manuel’s Tavern (1st Sat of Month)
Laughing Matters, the South’s original Improv Company, regularly performs at Manuel’s
Tavern monthly. All Ages.
“Battle Acts!”
Academy Theatre, Avondale Estates (3rd Sat of Month)
Which performer will reign supreme? You will determine the winner and who falls
to the axe in this battle royale extravaganza! All Ages.

Just for Kids
“The Adventures of Mighty Bug”
Jan 31 ~ Mar 17
Recommended for ages 4+
Watching over the insect citizens of Bugville is the superhero, Mighty Bug! But
he isn’t the only arthropod with an eye on the town. Can Mighty Bug defeat the evil
Scorpiana and save Bugville? Find out in this fun and educational adventure!
Reg price $16.50 ~AtlanTIX price $12.73
“Aurora’s Children’s Playhouse”
Jan 26 ~ May 18

Aurora Theatre assembles the best children’s performers in the region, bringing
them to Gwinnett County in order to give parents and their children a chance to
experience their artistry in our amazing facility in downtown Lawrenceville. We
feature puppeteers, magicians, storytellers, jugglers and musicians as a part of
this series intended for youngsters to have their first theatrical experiences.
At about 45 minutes in length, perfect for the young attention span, these lively
performances are fun for the whole family.

March 23, 2013
Dream Big

Wendy Bennett, a singer, actress and storyteller, weaves storytelling with music
in this new interactive show about dreams. Here’s a little bit about what she has
to say about her program: “Not only do we dream while we are sleeping, but we dream
of greatness not yet achieved. Adele dreams of being a rich, fancy lady, Princess
Winifred dreams of love and a green puppet dreams of being an opera star. The show
ends with a wonderful message: No matter how tough the journey ‘Don’t Be Anything
Less Than Everything You Can Be’ (from the musical Snoopy).”

March 30, 2013
ZooMobile Animal Adventure

A trained educator presents an exciting program using live animals, biofacts like
bones and fun activities! This popular program gives children a connection to animals
and conservation.

Reg price $7.42 ~ AtlanTIX price $5.82

Shows Coming Soon!

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“Much Ado About Nothing”
Mar 7 ~ 30
bachelor, admit his love for the equally witty and equally independent Beatrice?
Will the young lovers Claudio and Hero survive the devious meddling of others?
What do you want to bet there will be two weddings in the end?
Reg price $21.60-$38.88 ~ AtlanTIX price $16.04-$27.27
Broadway Across America, Fox Theatre
Mar 12 ~ 17
Million Dollar Quartet is the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical, inspired by the
electrifying true story of the famed recording session that brought together rock
‘n’ roll icons Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins for
the first and only time.
On December 4, 1956, these four young musicians were gathered together by Sam Phillips,
the “Father of Rock ‘n’ Roll” at Sun Records in Memphis for what would be one of
the greatest jam sessions of all time. Million Dollar Quartet brings that legendary
night to life with an irresistible tale of broken promises, secrets, betrayal and
celebrations featuring timeless hits including “Blue Suede Shoes,” “Fever,” “That’s
All Right,” “Sixteen Tons,” “Great Balls of Fire,” “I Walk the Line,” “Whole Lotta
Shakin’ Goin’ On,” “Who Do You Love?,” “Matchbox,” “Folsom Prison Blues,” “Hound
Dog” and more.
This thrilling musical brings you inside the recording studio with four major talents
who came together as a red-hot rock ‘n’ roll band for one unforgettable night. Don’t
miss your chance to be a fly on the wall of fame… at Million Dollar Quartet!
Tue – Thu performances
Reg price $68.00 ~ AtlanTIX price $47.70
Fri – Sun performances
Reg price $73.00 ~ AtlanTIX price $50.95
Mar 14 ~ April 7
Music & Lyrics by Lisa Lambert & Greg Morrison * Book by Bob Martin & Don McKellar
This recent Broadway hit pays tribute to the Jazz-Age shows of the 1920’s that lifted
our spirits during the Great Depression. When a die-hard musical theatre fan plays
his favorite cast album on his turntable, the musical literally bursts to life in
his living room. A brazen Broadway starlet’s wedding day is complicated by a motley
crew of zany guests, including a gin-soaked chaperone assigned to keep a watchful
eye over the bride. Winner of 5 Tony® Awards.
Reg price $22.20 – $32.80 ~ AtlanTIX price $16.43 – $23.32
“EQUUS”
Actors Express, West Midtown
Mar 20 ~ Apr 21
Playwright: Peter Shaffer
Director: David Crowe
Troubled young Alan Strang has blinded six horses, and no one knows why. When ambitious
psychiatrist Richard Dysart begins treating the boy, he launches into a dangerous
This searing Tony-winning classic ran on Broadway for over 1200 performances and
stands as one of the greatest plays of our time.
Wed/Thu Reg price $27.00 ~AtlanTIX price $19.55
Fri/Sun Reg price $30.24 ~AtlanTIX price $21.66
Sat Reg price $34.56 ~AtlanTIX not available
“I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change”
Stage Door Players, Dunwoody
Mar 22 ~ Apr 14
Book and Lyrics by Joe DiPietro
Music by Jimmy Roberts
This musical celebration of the mating game takes on the truths and myths behind
that enigma known as “the relationship.” Exploring the journey from dating and
waiting to love and marriage, to the agonies and triumphs of in-laws and newborns,
this hilarious revue pays tribute to those, young and old, who have loved and lost,
and have dared to ask, “Say, what are you doing Saturday night?”
“Red Letter jesus”
Mar 26 ~ 27
What did Jesus Say?
In “Red Letter Jesus” Brad Sherrill performs the words of Jesus from Matthew, Mark
and Luke accompanied by stunning new multimedia imagery from the Holy Land, bringing
these teachings and parables to new life for our times.

Performances on Thu, Feb 27, 2013

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Date/ Time

Seating

8:00pm

$20.37

$14.25

Gen Adm

The Strand, Marietta

THU 8:00pm

$27.21

Reserved

Top Shelf, Inman Park

(Contains Adult Language)

Main Stage, Inman Park

(Comedy Improv)

$5.00

W. Midtown, Atlanta

$17.25

Roswell Cultural Arts Center, Roswell

$23.00

$15.95

Section B/ Balcony

$15.04

(Druid Hills Baptist Church), Poncy Highlands

(not kid friendly)

Balzer Theatre at Herren’s, Downtown

7:30pm

$15.30

Southwest Arts Center, Atlanta

$23.75

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“Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of the Suicide Club” 
GA Ensemble Theatre, RoswellFeb 28~ Mar 17Behind the impressive facade of a windowless house, a secret society plays a dangerous game. The game is Murder, and this is The Suicide Club. But the Club has a new member: Sherlock Holmes – brilliant, perceptive, the greatest detective in the world. Does he want to die? Or is some other game afoot as the corpses of Europe’s most powerful men start turning up all over London. This beguiling thriller brings Holmes and Watson fully alive on our stage with a tale of endless mystery, clever twists and chilling discoveries.Reg price $20-$33 ~ AtlanTIX price $14-$16.50 Tickets available NOW online & at booth!

“The Little Dog Laughed”   
Next Stage Theatre Company, Alley Stage, Marietta  
Mar 1 ~ 3 

Yes, we love the cinema for its great auteurs, its glorious faces and its daring images. But in this tabloid age where big stars go on Oprah and jump around like heartsick schoolboys, what we really love is all that dish! THE LITTLE DOG LAUGHED follows the adventures of Mitchell Green, a movie star who could hit it big if his agent, Diane, can keep him in the closet. She is doing all she can to keep Mitchell away from the cute rent boy who’s caught his eye and the rent boy’s girlfriend (wait, the rent boy has a girlfriend?). Will there be a happy ending as the final credits roll?Contains Nudity and Adult LanguageReg price $15.00 ~ AtlanTIX price $10.75 Tickets available NOW online & at booth!
“Every Little Crook and Nanny” 
Lillie Scones is a sweet retired nanny who runs a boarding house with one resident and “a cat the size of the Louisiana Purchase.” Her two friends, Jocelyn and Carmella, help to pass the time by listening to music and gossiping. Then Stuart, an old charge of hers, rents a room. Lillie is tickled to have him around again, not knowing he is planning on robbing the bank on the corner. Stuart’s mind may not be totally on the bank job, however, when he meets Betty who, unfortunately is engaged to Teddy. However, when Stuart finds out that Betty is about to graduate from an academy on the very night they plan to rob the bank, the perfect alibi presents itself – why not go to the graduation, be seen there, sneak out and rob the bank. Perfect, thinks Little Pat, Stuart’s wise-cracking sidekick. Unfortunately for the two would-be crooks the graduation is at a police academy! Throw in a chief of police, a suspicious fiancé and a half-pint brat with an “Al Capone do-it-yourself tool kit,” who can and will get into anything, and nobody knows what will happen next. In the spirit of Frank Capra, this tale of a bank heist and two retired nannies has all the classic comedy twists and surprises fit for any audiencesReg price $15.00 ~AtlanTIX price $10.75   Tickets Available NOW online & at booth!  

More ShowsAll Around Atlanta!  (Scroll to bottom of page to see today’s performances)    

“Angry Fags”   
7 Stages Mainstage, Little 5 Points  
Feb 21 ~ Mar 17  

by Topher Payne Directed by Justin Anderson   

World Premiere, a comedy with a body count   
Cooper and Bennett are not a gay couple- just a couple of gays. When one of their friends is the victim of an assault outside a local bar, they feel helpless, frightened, and then they feel something new: pure, unfiltered rage. Angry Fags asks the question “Is anyone really afraid of gay guys?”  This dark comedy explores the ideas of gay terrorism and the hypocrisy of American politics.Reg price $15.74- 20.37 ~ AtlanTIX price $11.23-14.25 Tickets available NOW online & at booth!
“Beehive – The 60’s Musical” 
Created by Larry Gallagher – “Beehive” is a high-energy musical revue tracing the coming of age of women’s music through dozens of popular hits of the girl groups and solo singers of the 1960’s. The Chiffons, The Supremes, Tina Turner, and Aretha Franklin are just some of the 60’s pop stars portrayed by the super talented cast. Hear such favorites as “My Boyfriend’s Back,” “One Fine Day,” “Where the Boys Are,” “Downtown,” “Proud Mary,” “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman,” and “Respect.”Reg price $38.55 ~AtlanTIX price $28.21  Tickets Available NOW online & at booth! 
“Master Harold and the Boys” 
Directed by Jaclyn Hofmann An ordinary rainy afternoon in 1950s South Africa turns into a life-changing experience for 17-year old Hally. His two beloved servants become his confidants through a lifetime of family turmoil. Written 30 years ago, this award-winning masterpiece is still timely and compelling, yet told with the stunning grace of a perfect ballroom dance. It reminds us that honor does not reside in the color of a man’s skin. Reg price $15.00 ~AtlanTIX price $10.75   Tickets Available NOW online & at booth! 
“Tales of Egar Allen Poe” 
Step inside the ruins of a fallen house where mysterious spirits bedevil the living and where it is always a midnight dreary. Gothic designs, haunting music, and shadowy figures breathe life into Poe’s tapestry of terror, weaving his classics The Raven, The Tell-Tale Heart, The Bells, The Black Cat, and The Cask of Amontillado with his lesser known works Berenice, The Oval Portrait, M.S. Found in a Bottle, and Lenore. These macabre tales will leave your heart pounding, evermore!Reg price $25.00 ~AtlanTIX price $18.25 
                                    Tickets Available NOW online & at booth!
“The Odd Couple” 
Fabrefaction Theatre, West MidtownFeb 14 ~ Mar 3
The Odd Couple pits the slovenly Oscar Madison against the fastidious Felix Unger in the greatest roommate battle of all time. Oscar and Felix, recently divorced, decide to live together as they embark on a new journey in bachelorhood. Both men have faults, but who will break first? As wildly irresistible and continuously funny as it was when it opened on Broadway, The Odd Couple, by Neil Simon, is an American classic!Reg price $25.00 ~AtlanTIX price $18.25 

“Two Trains Running”   
True Colors Theatre Company, South West Arts Center   
Feb 12 ~ Mar 10 

Written by August Wilson; Directed by LaTanya Richardson Jackson In 1969, the Hill District of Pittsburgh is gentrifying while the regulars at a popular local diner grind out an existence against the backdrop of a turbulent world. Memphis Lee looks to prevent the demolition of his restaurant in the face of a municipal project while across the street, Mr. West, the local funeral director, has more business than he can handle. It takes a newcomer named Sterling – a young convict with a heart that lives up to his name – to change the rules of the game. Unknowingly, the regulars take up a fight that carries them head on into the Civil Rights Movement. Two Trains Running is an inspiring story about the protest that changed a nation.Adult LanguageReg price $35.00 ~ AtlanTIX price $24.75 Tickets available NOW online & at booth!

“Effed Up Fairy Tales”   
Dad’s Garage Theatre, Top Shelf Space, Inman Park/Little 5 Points  
Feb 7 ~ Mar 9 

“Let’s Make It” 
Pinch n’ Ouch Theatre, Poncy HighlandsFeb 8 ~ Mar 2In LET’S MAKE IT, emerging star actress Anessa Hudson is caught in a dilemma when her struggling filmmaker husband, Brandon, decides to write a screenplay for her that touches way too close to home. A raw portrayal of modern day relationships, LET’S MAKE IT sets forth a troubled road for two working artists on their journey to answer that great American question, how far must one go to “make it”-and at what cost?. Not Kid Friendly; Not wheelchair accessibleFeb 8 – 14Reg price $15.00 ~ AtlanTIX price $11.75Feb 15 – Mar 2Reg price $25.00 ~ AtlanTIX price $18.25 Tickets available NOW online & at booth!
“Romeo and Juliet” 
Shakespeare Tavern, Downtown/MidtownJan 31 ~ Mar 3We invite you to join us for our 13th anniversary of performing this play about young lovers, feuding families and one Friar with good intentions. Romeo and Juliet might just be the best-known teenagers in the history of English literature. Highlighting the famous pair’s youth, this production of Shakespeare’s tragedy Romeo and Juliet has cast two local teenagers in the title roles. Margaret Flock, a senior at the Lovett School in Atlanta, and Jake West, a senior at North Cobb Christian School in Kennesaw, GA, will portray the ‘star cross’d lovers’ in the professional company’s annual production.

“Fly” 
Theatrical Outfit, Balzar Theatre at Herren’s, Downtown   
Jan 30 ~ Mar 10  

The African-American Army Air Corp fighters who flew over the skies of Europe during World War II made historic contributions toward the desegregation of the American military and furthering of civil rights. Travel with these dedicated and determined young men who accepted the challenge to take flight for a country that showed them nothing but adversity on the ground. The Tuskegee Airmen show us what happens when the playing field is truly level.

“Show Me Your Skits”   
Sketchworks, Decatur     
Feb 1 ~ Mar 2 

We’ll show you ours if you show us yours. Sketchworks, Atlanta’s premiere live sketch comedy troupe, celebrates the irresponsible debauchery that is Mardis Gras with its all new main stage show, “Show Me Your Skits!” Sketchworks is already the most unique live comedy experience in Atlanta. It’s not improv, it’s not a play, it’s not standup. You have to see us to understand us, and we want to show you everything we’ve got (*wink wink*).Reg price $15.00 ~ AtlanTIX price $10.75    Tickets available NOW online & at booth! 
“Spivey Hall Spring Season” 

Spivey Hall combines extraordinary acoustics and elegant design to create one of the finest facilities of its kind in the nation.3/3/13    Solo Duo: Matteo Mela, guitar; Lorenzo Micheli, guitar3/9/13    Jupiter String Quartet3/10/13  Southern Crescent Symphony Orchestras3/16/13  Jeremy Denk, piano3/17/13  Atlanta Chamber Players3/23/13  Terence Blanchard3/24/13  Isabel Leonard, mezzo-soprano 
Tickets coming soon online & at booth!

“Ferst Center Spring Season” 
The Ferst Center programs an outstanding season of music, dance, and comedy performances from September to April. Dance programming usually features contemporary and cultural dance forms, and the wide selection of musical genres includes jazz, folk, and pop music.  3/02/13    Jake Shimabukuro3/10/13   The Mikado ~ New York giolbert & Sullivan Players3/16/13    Accoustic Alchemy3/23/13   Sean Curran Company4/06/13   An Evening with Ira Glass4/20/13   Ethel   

“The Waffle Palace: Smothered, Covered, and Scattered” 
Horizon Theatre, Little 5 Points  
“Improv at Dad’s Garage” Dad’s Garage, Inman ParkThursdays & Fridays
The future of yesterday’s improv tomorrow – today!    
The first half of this show stars our best and brightest upcoming improv stars. They’ll be performing games and scenes based on the suggestions you give them, so everything is made up on the spot. The second half of the show is anyone’s guess. Each Thursday evening belongs to a different member of the Dad’s Garage improv ensemble (our old pros) who gets and they get to do whatever they gosh darn well please. So expect some pretty awesome and radically badical improv to be thrown your way.  Reg Price $5 ~ AtlanTIX Price $4.25 Fridays @ 8pm: Scandal! M*A*S*H-ganistan There’s a little army base in Afghanistan’s Little Five Points, and that army base is sure to be filled with… Scandal! The unstoppable Dad’s Garage ensemble is returning with another season of Atlanta’s only improvised soap opera… Scandal! Get ready to get hooked on the most side-splittingly shocking improv series of the season… because wherever it ends up, scandal is sure to follow.SHOW STYLE: Scandal! is character based, long-form style improv. Scenes and plot lines are woven together over the course of the show to make a cohesive story. Everything said and done by the improvisers on stage is made up on the spot, however it is not based on audience suggestion.  Reg price $14 ~ AtlanTIX price $10.10  Tickets available NOW online & at booth! “Laughing Matters”Manuel’s Tavern (1st Sat of Month) 
Laughing Matters, the South’s original Improv Company, regularly performs at Manuel’s Tavern monthly.  All Ages.
“Battle Acts!”Academy Theatre, Avondale Estates (3rd Sat of Month)Which performer will reign supreme? You will determine the winner and who falls to the axe in this battle royale extravaganza!  All Ages.    Tickets Available NOW online and at booth!
Just for Kids  
“The Adventures of Mighty Bug” 
Center for puppetry Arts, MidtownJan 31 ~ Mar 17
Recommended for ages 4+ Watching over the insect citizens of Bugville is the superhero, Mighty Bug! But he isn’t the only arthropod with an eye on the town. Can Mighty Bug defeat the evil Scorpiana and save Bugville? Find out in this fun and educational adventure!Reg price $16.50 ~AtlanTIX price $12.73 

“Aurora’s Children’s Playhouse” 
Aurora Theatre, Lawrenceville  
Jan 26 ~ May 18 

Aurora Theatre assembles the best children’s performers in the region, bringing them to Gwinnett County in order to give parents and their children a chance to experience their artistry in our amazing facility in downtown Lawrenceville.  We feature puppeteers, magicians, storytellers, jugglers and musicians as a part of this series intended for youngsters to have their first theatrical experiences. At about 45 minutes in length, perfect for the young attention span, these lively performances are fun for the whole family.

March 23, 2013Dream Bigby Wendy BennettWendy Bennett, a singer, actress and storyteller, weaves storytelling with music in this new interactive show about dreams. Here’s a little bit about what she has to say about her program: “Not only do we dream while we are sleeping, but we dream of greatness not yet achieved. Adele dreams of being a rich, fancy lady, Princess Winifred dreams of love and a green puppet dreams of being an opera star. The show ends with a wonderful message: No matter how tough the journey ‘Don’t Be Anything Less Than Everything You Can Be’ (from the musical Snoopy).”  March 30, 2013ZooMobile Animal Adventureby ZooAtlantaA trained educator presents an exciting program using live animals, biofacts like bones and fun activities! This popular program gives children a connection to animals and conservation.
Reg price $7.42 ~ AtlanTIX price $5.82 
Don’t Wait, Buy Now! 
“Much Ado About Nothing” 

“Million Dollar Quartet”   
Broadway Across America, Fox Theatre 

Million Dollar Quartet is the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical, inspired by the electrifying true story of the famed recording session that brought together rock ‘n’ roll icons Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins for the first and only time. On December 4, 1956, these four young musicians were gathered together by Sam Phillips, the “Father of Rock ‘n’ Roll” at Sun Records in Memphis for what would be one of the greatest jam sessions of all time. Million Dollar Quartet brings that legendary night to life with an irresistible tale of broken promises, secrets, betrayal and celebrations featuring timeless hits including “Blue Suede Shoes,” “Fever,” “That’s All Right,” “Sixteen Tons,” “Great Balls of Fire,” “I Walk the Line,” “Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On,” “Who Do You Love?,” “Matchbox,” “Folsom Prison Blues,” “Hound Dog” and more. This thrilling musical brings you inside the recording studio with four major talents who came together as a red-hot rock ‘n’ roll band for one unforgettable night. Don’t miss your chance to be a fly on the wall of fame… at Million Dollar Quartet!Tue – Thu performancesReg price $68.00 ~ AtlanTIX price $47.70Fri – Sun performancesReg price $73.00 ~ AtlanTIX price $50.95    Tickets available NOW online & at booth! 

“The Drowsy Chaperone”   
Mar 14 ~ April 7 

Music & Lyrics by Lisa Lambert & Greg Morrison * Book by Bob Martin & Don McKellar This recent Broadway hit pays tribute to the Jazz-Age shows of the 1920’s that lifted our spirits during the Great Depression. When a die-hard musical theatre fan plays his favorite cast album on his turntable, the musical literally bursts to life in his living room. A brazen Broadway starlet’s wedding day is complicated by a motley crew of zany guests, including a gin-soaked chaperone assigned to keep a watchful eye over the bride. Winner of 5 Tony® Awards.Reg price $22.20 – $32.80 ~ AtlanTIX price $16.43 – $23.32 Tickets available NOW online & at booth!
“EQUUS” 
Sat Reg price $34.56 ~AtlanTIX not available 
“I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change” 
Book and Lyrics by Joe DiPietro Music by Jimmy RobertsThis musical celebration of the mating game takes on the truths and myths behind that enigma known as “the relationship.” Exploring the journey from dating and waiting to love and marriage, to the agonies and triumphs of in-laws and newborns, this hilarious revue pays tribute to those, young and old, who have loved and lost, and have dared to ask, “Say, what are you doing Saturday night?”Reg price $27.00 ~AtlanTIX price $19.55  Tickets Available NOW online & at booth! 
“Red Letter jesus” 
Stage Door Players, DunwoodyMar 26 ~ 27
What did Jesus Say? In “Red Letter Jesus” Brad Sherrill performs the words of Jesus from Matthew, Mark and Luke accompanied by stunning new multimedia imagery from the Holy Land, bringing these teachings and parables to new life for our times.Reg price $25.00 ~AtlanTIX price $18.25  Tickets Available NOW online & at booth! 

Performances on Thu, Feb 27, 2013     

7 Stages,

Angry Fags 

THU 

Atlanta Lyric Theatre, The Strand, Marietta

Beehive – The 60’s Musical 

Master Harold and the Boys 

Dad’s Garage Theatre, Top Shelf, Inman Park

Effed Up Fairy Tales 

Dad’s Garage Theatre, Main Stage, Inman Park

Improv Revolution 

Fabrefaction Theatre 

The Odd Couple 

Georgia Ensemble,

Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of the Suicide Club 

The Waffle Palace: Smothered, Covered and Scattered 

Pinch n’ Ouch Theatre, (Druid Hills Baptist Church), Poncy Highlands

Let’s Make It 

Theatrical Outfit, Balzer Theatre at Herren’s, Downtown

Fly 

True Colors Theatre Company 

Two Trains Running 

* Tickets purchased online are charged an extra $1.00 fee.  Our discount price includes all taxes and a service fee which goes toward the daily operation of our Non-Profit Organization.  All sales are final.  No refunds, no exchanges. 
We also sell half-price tickets to cultural attractions – Read More Restrictions and rules apply – Read More AtlanTIX is open Tuesday through Sunday – Read More  This program is supported in part by the City of Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs.

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