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AtlanTIX Ticket Booth located at Underground Atlanta
11am to 6pm Tue – Sat, noon to 4pm Sun
Sunday March 31, 2013

New Shows Opening this Week!
(Scroll to bottom of page to see today’s performances)
“The Fabulous Lipitones”
Theatrical Outfit, Downtown
Mar 27 ~ Apr 21
When one of their founding members drops dead mid-performance, this small town America
barbershop trio must race to find a new member for their quartet to win the national
competition. Choosing a tenor who is an Indian Sikh with dubious immigration credentials
makes their road to victory a funny and touching lesson in what it takes to create
real harmony. A world premiere musical by Mark St. Germain, author of the hit show,
Freud’s Last Session, and John Markus, head writer for The Cosby Show and writer/producer
The Larry Sanders Show.
Previews Reg price $22.00 ~ AtlanTIX price $16.30
Wed & Thu Reg price $27.00 ~ AtlanTIX price $19.55
Sat 2:30pm Reg price $20.00 ~ AtlanTIX price $15.00
Fri, Sat eve, Sun Reg price $33.00 ~ AtlanTIX price $23.45

More Shows
All Around

Atlanta!

“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
“Petite Rouge”
Synchronicity Theatre, at Horizon Theatre, Little 5 Points
Mar 29 ~ Apr 21
By Joan Cushing
Directed by Justin Anderson
Musical Direction by Renee Clark
Choreography by Lori Werner
A swamp chorus sings backup in this foot-stomping zydeco musical steeped in hot
sauce. Imagine a Cajun Red Riding Hood with a big, bad gator in the wolf role, and
a wild chase through Mardi Gras. From the playwright and composer of the Junie B.
Jones and Miss Nelson musicals, our smash hit production is back! Featuring members
of the acclaimed original cast and directed by Atlanta’s own Justin Anderson, Petite
Rouge is part fairy tale, part adventure and all fun for all audiences.
Good for audiences ages 4+
A co-production with Aurora Theatre.
Reg price $25.00 ~AtlanTIX price $18.25
Aurora Theatre, Lawrenceville
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
“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.
4/5-6/13 Clayton State Univ Opera
4/7/13 Elias String Quartet
“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.
– The creator of the public radio show This American Life talks about the show,
his influences and the elements that make a good story.
– America’s foremost postclassical string quartet explores new synergies between
tradition and technology.

Just for Kids
“The Adventures of Mighty Bug”
Center for puppetry Arts, Midtown
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.

Reg price $7.42 ~ AtlanTIX price $5.82

Shows Coming Soon!

Don’t Wait, Buy Now!

“The Cherry Orchard”
Theater Emory, Mary Gray Munroe Theater, Dobbs University Center
Apr 4 ~ 14
By Anton Chekhov
Directed by Tim McDonough
Chekhov knew he was dying as he wrote his last play, a moving comedy about the necessity
ofletting go of what we love. Every moment is ephemeral in this story of childish
misfits who live in the past or the future rather than the present. A masterpiece
about transition that itself transitioned theater into a new age.
“Julius Ceasar”
Shakespeare Tavern, Downtown/Midtown
Apr 4 ~ 28
Directed by Troy Willis
The Ides of March are come. The Tavern stage becomes ancient Rome in order to tell
this unforgettable story of political intrigue, ambition, betrayal, conspiracy and
murder. Was Caesar a god, a tyrant or just a man? Can murder ever be honorable?
Full of some of the most famous speeches and poetry in the English language, lend
us your ears. Experience Julius Caesar
Reg price $21.60-$38.88 ~ AtlanTIX price $16.04-$27.27
“Mary Poppins”
Theater of the Stars, Fox Theatre
Apr 3 ~ 7
MARY POPPINS is bringing its own brand of Broadway magic to theaters across the
country, which has the New York Daily News calling it “a roof-raising, toe-tapping,
high-flying extravaganza!”
This spectacular hit has astonished over seven million people worldwide with its
pure Broadway magic.
With four productions currently running on three continents, Mary Poppins is one
of the biggest stage musical successes in recent years to come out of London and
New York.
The consummate Disney production features the irresistible story and unforgettable
songs from one of the most popular Disney films of all time, plus brand-new breathtaking
dance numbers and astonishing stage-craft to make it everything you could ever want
in a hit Broadway show.
So get swept up in the fun of this high-flying musical the New York Post gives 4
out of 4 stars and calls “a certifiable super hit!”
Wed/Thu April 3 & 4, 8:00pm
1st Dress Circle seating
Regular price $65.00 ~ AtlanTIX price $45.25
Fri/Sat April 5&6, 8:00pm, Sun April 7, 7:00pm
Orchestra seating
Regular price $80.00 ~ AtlanTIX price $55.0

Performances on Sun, Mar 31, 2013

Venue Location

CLICK NAME OF SHOW TO BUY ONLINE*

Date/ Time

Full Price

King Plow Arts Center, West Midtown Atlanta

SUN 2:00pm

$20.66

Gen Adm

SUN 2:30pm

$27.50

$18.88

Reserved

5:00pm

$17.25

Balzer Theatre at Herren’s, Downtown

$22.45

*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.
Don’t forget…

This program is supported
in part by the City of Atlanta
Office of Cultural Affairs.
  

DiscountTicketsWe are the Atlanta area’s oldest ticket discount service. We are operated by Atlanta Performs, a non-profit service organization dedicated to the performing arts. 
AtlanTIX Ticket Booth located at Underground Atlanta11am to 6pm Tue – Sat, noon to 4pm SunOr shop online!  
Support AtlanTIX – Donate Here

“The Fabulous Lipitones” 
When one of their founding members drops dead mid-performance, this small town America barbershop trio must race to find a new member for their quartet to win the national competition. Choosing a tenor who is an Indian Sikh with dubious immigration credentials makes their road to victory a funny and touching lesson in what it takes to create real harmony. A world premiere musical by Mark St. Germain, author of the hit show, Freud’s Last Session, and John Markus, head writer for The Cosby Show and writer/producer The Larry Sanders Show.Previews Reg price $22.00 ~ AtlanTIX price $16.30 Wed & Thu Reg price $27.00 ~ AtlanTIX price $19.55 Sat 2:30pm Reg price $20.00 ~ AtlanTIX price $15.00 Fri, Sat eve, Sun Reg price $33.00 ~ AtlanTIX price $23.45  Tickets Available NOW online & at booth! 

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

“EQUUS” 
Sat Reg price $34.56 ~AtlanTIX not available 
“Petite Rouge” 
By Joan CushingDirected by Justin AndersonMusical Direction by Renee ClarkChoreography by Lori WernerA swamp chorus sings backup in this foot-stomping zydeco musical steeped in hot sauce. Imagine a Cajun Red Riding Hood with a big, bad gator in the wolf role, and a wild chase through Mardi Gras. From the playwright and composer of the Junie B. Jones and Miss Nelson musicals, our smash hit production is back! Featuring members of the acclaimed original cast and directed by Atlanta’s own Justin Anderson, Petite Rouge is part fairy tale, part adventure and all fun for all audiences.Good for audiences ages 4+A co-production with Aurora Theatre.Reg price $25.00 ~AtlanTIX price $18.25 
                                    Tickets Available NOW online & at booth!

“The Drowsy Chaperone”   
Aurora Theatre, Lawrenceville  
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!
“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.4/5-6/13  Clayton State Univ Opera4/7/13  Elias String Quartet  
“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.   4/06/13   An Evening with Ira Glass – The creator of the public radio show This American Life talks about the show, his influences and the elements that make a good story.4/20/13 Ethel – America’s foremost postclassical string quartet explores new synergies between tradition and technology. 
 Tickets Available NOW online & at booth! 

Just for Kids  
“The Adventures of Mighty Bug” 
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.

Reg price $7.42 ~ AtlanTIX price $5.82 
Don’t Wait, Buy Now! 
“The Cherry Orchard” 
Theater Emory, Mary Gray Munroe Theater, Dobbs University Center Apr 4 ~ 14 By Anton Chekhov Directed by Tim McDonough Chekhov knew he was dying as he wrote his last play, a moving comedy about the necessity ofletting go of what we love. Every moment is ephemeral in this story of childish misfits who live in the past or the future rather than the present. A masterpiece about transition that itself transitioned theater into a new age.Reg price $20.00 ~ AtlanTIX price $15.00 Tickets available NOW online & at booth!
“Julius Ceasar” 
Shakespeare Tavern, Downtown/MidtownApr 4 ~ 28Directed by Troy Willis The Ides of March are come. The Tavern stage becomes ancient Rome in order to tell this unforgettable story of political intrigue, ambition, betrayal, conspiracy and murder. Was Caesar a god, a tyrant or just a man? Can murder ever be honorable? Full of some of the most famous speeches and poetry in the English language, lend us your ears. Experience Julius Caesar Reg price $21.60-$38.88 ~ AtlanTIX price $16.04-$27.27 Tickets available NOW online & at booth!
“Mary Poppins” 
MARY POPPINS is bringing its own brand of Broadway magic to theaters across the country, which has the New York Daily News calling it “a roof-raising, toe-tapping, high-flying extravaganza!” This spectacular hit has astonished over seven million people worldwide with its pure Broadway magic. With four productions currently running on three continents, Mary Poppins is one of the biggest stage musical successes in recent years to come out of London and New York. The consummate Disney production features the irresistible story and unforgettable songs from one of the most popular Disney films of all time, plus brand-new breathtaking dance numbers and astonishing stage-craft to make it everything you could ever want in a hit Broadway show. So get swept up in the fun of this high-flying musical the New York Post gives 4 out of 4 stars and calls “a certifiable super hit!”Wed/Thu April 3 & 4, 8:00pm 1st Dress Circle seating Regular price $65.00 ~ AtlanTIX price $45.25 Fri/Sat April 5&6, 8:00pm, Sun April 7, 7:00pm Orchestra seating Regular price $80.00 ~ AtlanTIX price $55.0  Tickets Available NOW online & at booth! 

Performances on Sun, Mar 31, 2013     

Actor’s Express, King Plow Arts Center, West Midtown Atlanta

Equus 

The Drowsy Chaperone 

Petite Rouge 

SUN 

Theatrical Outfit, Balzer Theatre at Herren’s, Downtown

The Fabulous Lipitones 

* 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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