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“White Like Me – A Honky-Dory Puppet Show”
Center for Puppetry Arts
April 20 ~22
Celebrated political satirist Paul Zaloom presents a comedy about the changing face
of race in America, tackling the gnarly subject of the upcoming de-honky-ization
of the United States when white people in America will be what art critic Lucy
Lippard once called, “just another other.” Employing toy theater puppetry and ventriloquism,
Zaloom explores hidden anxieties among the Caucasian majority, including his own.
Ages 18+ ONLY
The Renassiance Project, Decatur
April 20 ~ May 13
When Elwood P. Dowd starts to introduce his imaginary friend, Harvey, a six-and-a-half-foot
rabbit, to guests at a society party, his sister, Veta, has seen as much of his
eccentric behavior as she can tolerate. She decides to have him committed to a sanitarium
to spare her daughter, Myrtle Mae, and their family from future embarrassment. Problems
arise, however, when Veta herself is mistakenly assumed to be on the verge of lunacy
when she explains to doctors that years of living with Elwood’s hallucination have
caused her to see Harvey also! The doctors commit Veta instead of Elwood, but when
the truth comes out, the search is on for Elwood and his invisible companion. When
he shows up at the sanitarium looking for his lost friend Harvey, it seems that
the mild-mannered Elwood’s delusion has had a strange influence on more than one
of the doctors. Only at the end does Veta realize that maybe Harvey isn’t so bad
after all.
Reg Price $19.26 ~ AtlanTIX Price $13.52
Atlanta Lyric Theatre, Marietta
Apr 20 ~ May 6
The No.1 Greatest Musical, GREASE, continues to rock ‘n’ roll around the world and
is now coming to The Lyric stage! So it’s time to dust off your leather jackets,
pull on your bobby-socks and take a trip to a simpler time as ‘bad boy’ Danny and
‘the girl next door’ Sandy fall in love all over again. It’s the original High-School
musical, featuring all the unforgettable songs including: “You’re The One That I
Want”, “Summer Nights”, “Greased Lightnin'” and many more. So throw your mittens
around your kittens and hand-jive the night away with the show that’ll make you
want to stand up and shout, ‘A-wop-bop-a-loo-bop A-wop-bam-boom!’ IT’S THE MOST
ELECTRIFYIN’ EXTRAVAGANZA on stage!!… Be there or be square!
Wrinkle in Time”
Theatrical Outfit, Downtown
Apr 11 ~ May 6
“It was a dark and stormy night”…when Meg Murry, an awkward, teenaged girl is
transported on a fantastical journey to rescue her father, a gifted scientist, from
the dark forces that hold him prisoner on another planet. This inventively staged,
child-friendly science fiction adventure will delight audiences as they travel with
these children, challenging concepts of time, space and triumph of good over evil.Based
on the 1963 Newbery Medal-winning novel by Madeleine L’Engle.

“Ring of Fire, the Johnny Cash Musical”
GA Ensemble Theatre, Roswell
Apr 12 ~29
We’re gonna raise the roof in this barn-burner of a musical that celebrates the
songs of an American legend, The Man in Black himself, Johnny Cash. This thrilling
show will feature an ensemble of many of your favorite GET singers and musicians
who will make Ring of Fire an extraordinary theatrical event to add to our rich
history of high energy, sold-out, foot-stomping musicals.
The Ensemble ~ Scott DePoy, J.R. Hawkins, Denise Hillis, Chris Irwin, Tracy Vaden
Moore, Mark Schroeder, and Jeremy Wood.

“El Insolito Caso de Miss Pina Colada (The Perposterous Case of Miss Pina Colada)”
Aurora Theatre, Lawrenceville
By Carlos Ferrari
Poor Ofelia will stop at nothing to have her daughter, Loreley, crowned queen of
the Miss Piña Colada beauty pageant. She will pawn her belongings, fend off debt
collectors and even cause her children to break the law. Join us for the hilarious
hijinks of a widow trying to keep up appearances in the midst of diminishing fortunes.
¡Ay Dios Mío!
“…a savvy, consistently high-energy comic performance.”-NY Times
Note: This play is performed in Spanish with English supertitles.
the Musical”
Fabrefaction Theatre, W. Midtown
Paying homage to the 100th anniversary of the most quintessential disaster of the
20th century, Fabrefaction Theatre Company brings the Tony Award winning Titanic:
The Musical to life. Following the fated path of the “unsinkable” ship, this lovely,
grand, and profound musical opera brings new relevance to the terrible event that
transpired in the early morning hours of April 15, 1912. Featuring a beautiful
score and acclaimed lyrics, Titanic: The Musical transports the audience to 1912
as we journey along on the Titanic with her passengers, both young and old. Allow
yourself to be pulled into the wave of drama, heartbreak, love, and hope that is
the Titanic. Questionnig the very nature of the meaning of the word “progress,”
social and class strictures, and faith, Titanic: The Musical is much more than just
This production is appropriate for audience members of all ages.
Legacy Theatre, Tyrone
Apr 13 ~ May 6
This incredibly popular musical comedy, winner of four Outer Critics Circle Awards
including Best Off Broadway Musical, makes it way to the Legacy stage for first
time. Staged as a fund raiser sponsored by the Little Sisters of Hoboken to raise
money to bury sisters accidentally poisoned by the convent cook, Sister Julia (Child
of God), Nunsense has kept audiences in stitches for years. Come see why the N.Y.
Times calls Nunsense “a hail of fun and frolic! Wacky and outrageous with a hysterical
anything goes sense of fun!” Rated PG.
Mame”
Process Theatre, Onstage Atlanta
Apr 13 ~ May 5
The Process Theatre presents AUNTIE MAME! Featuring from Designing Women Live
, Topher Payne as Auntie Mame and DeWayne Morgan as Vera Charles. It’ the roaring
20’s and when young Patrick is left in the care of of his flamboyant Auntie when
his father drops dead of heart attack. Patrick is quickly indoctrinated into his
Aunts philosphy of life “Life is banquet and most poor sons-of-bitches are starving
to death. Social-climbing executor of Patricks estate Mr. Babcock does his best
to raise the young boy as a stuffy aristocrat. However, Mame is determined to
introduce him to all the wonders of life from jazz-age New York to rolling hills
of a Georgia Plantation called Peckerwood.
“Speed the Plow”
Pinch ‘n’ Ouch Theatre, Poncy Highland
Mar 29 ~ April 29
Filled with playwright David Mamet’s trademark intense rapid-fire dialogue and provocative
themes, “Speed-the-Plow” focuses on the ruthless nature of the Hollywood movie industry.
Directed by Artistic Director Grant McGowen, it’s a behind the scenes story of handshaking,
dealbreaking, and backstabbing as only Pulitzer Prize winner David Mamet can tell
it.
“The play may be 20 years old but David Mamet’s astringent observations on the supremacy
of commerce over art in Hollywood are still as fresh as last night’s rushes.” -Variety
“Hilarious and chilling.” -The New York Times
“Mamet’s clearest, wittiest play.” -The New York Daily News
Reg Price $25.00 ~ AtlanTIX Price $18.25
Ado About Nothing”
Shakespeare Tavern, Downtown
Apr 5 ~ 29
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?

Just for Kids
Beans and More”
Aurora Children’s Playhouse, Lawrenceville
One of Atlanta’s favorite children’s musicians, Tara Chiusano, known to her
fans simply as Miss Tara, comes to Aurora Children’s Playhouse this May for
a fun-tabulos spring concert. Tara has three original CDs, Music for Traveling
Tots, Jelly Bean Tree, and Walk the Plank! and has performed at various venues
throughout the mid-Atlantic. Having recently moved to the Atlanta area, this
is a great chance for her local fans to hear some of her most popular, catchy
and original songs (Jelly Beans, The Monster Under My Bed, Petey the Peg-Leg Parrot)
live at Aurora Theatre.
Pan”
Center for Puppetry Arts, Midtown
April 5 ~ May 27
‘Peter Pan’ soars onto the stage in this new adaptation for everyone who is young
at heart. Thrill with Peter, Wendy and Tinkerbell as they swim with mermaids, romp
with Tigerlily, and cross swords with the nefarious Captain Hook! With original
music, songs, and a Neverland full of adventure..

Coming Soon!

Fox on the Fairway”
May 3 ~ 27
Ken Ludwig (Lend Me A Tenor, Moon Over Buffalo) hits a hole-in-one with his tribute
to the great English farces of the 1930s and 1940s. Love and money are in the rough
at the Quail Valley Country Club. Two rival Country Club owners waggle around mistaken
identities and play through over-the-top romantic shenanigans in order to stay on
the fairway and ace a happy ending. This uproarious golf comedy promises to hit
the sweet spot. Music & Lyrics by Rick Crom; Directed by Lonny Price; Music Direction
by Ann-Carol Pence; Choreography by Josh Rhodes
Tickets Available online & at booth!
Glass Menagerie”
Performing Arts North, Johns Creek
Apr 26 ~ May 5
The Glass Menagerie at The Dancing Goat Theatre The dysfunctional Wingfield family
entertains a gentleman caller.
Tom Wingfield – Carson Cerney
Amanda Wingfield – Mary Claire Klooster
Laura Wingfield – Caitlin Warrens
Jim O’Conner – Boyd Gossett
A very strong cast conjures the Wingfield family from the memory of Tennessee Williams’
classic tale where reality comes to call.
into Spring”
Aurora Theatre @ 550 Trackside
April 27
The dogwoods are blooming, the birds are singing and we’ll get you swinging… into
Spring that is, with Aurora Swing Nights Swing Into Spring! Concert & Dance on
Friday, April 27, at 8:00 PM. This event was re-scheduled to accommodate our extension
of our overwhelmingly popular main stage show Clyde ‘n Bonnie: A Folktale. Join
and bring your dancing shoes! Catering by Chew Chew Cafe. This popular concert series
features the Metro Jazz Club, a smokin’-hot 17 piece band performing an array of
songs. Dedicated to the preservation of some of the best music ever composed,
Metro Jazz Club is led by jazz sax man Gary Dalton.
Reg Price $18.00 ~ AtlanTIX Price $12.70
Academy Theatre, Avondale Estates
Apr 27 ~ May 20
Toward the end of WWII, two of the worlds top physicists met in Copenhagen. The
details of their meeting have never been revealed and the two never spoke to each
other again. Michael Frayn presents his own ideas of the event in the Tony Award
winning play Copenhagen. What could drive close friends to never speak again? What
if the Axis powers had split the atom? What is more important: friendship or loyalty
to ones country?

Performances on Sun, April 22, 2012

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Venue Location

CLICK NAME OF SHOW TO BUY ONLINE*

Date/ Time

Full Price

Seating

The Strand, Marietta

2:00pm

$38.55

$27.21

Reserved

GCC Theatre Lab, Lawrenceville

(in Spanish with English sub-titles)

2:30pm

$15.00

$10.75

Gen Adm

Midtown Atlanta

3:00pm

$16.50

$11.73

Gen Adm, behind member section

White Like Me: A Honky-Dory Puppet Show

5:00pm

$17.25

W. Midtown, Atlanta

$22.00

$15.30

Roswell Cultural Arts Center, Roswell

SUN 2:30pm

Reserved, Section B or Balcony

SUN 7:00pm

Tyrone. GA

(Druid Hills Baptist Church), Poncy Highlands

(Age 17 and above)

Onstage Atlanta,

$17.00

$12.05

Greater Traveler’s Rest Baptist Church, Decatur

8:00pm

Downtown Atlanta

SUN 6:30pm

$28.08

$19.25

Floor

$23.76

$16.44

Box

$16.20

$11.53

Balzer Theatre at Herren’s, Downtown

$27.00

$18.55

*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.
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Office of Cultural Affairs.
  

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ShowsAll Around Atlanta!  (Scroll to bottom of page to see today’s performances)    
“White Like Me – A Honky-Dory Puppet Show”Center for Puppetry ArtsApril 20 ~22Celebrated political satirist Paul Zaloom presents a comedy about the changing face of race in America, tackling the gnarly subject of the upcoming de-honky-ization of the United States when white people in America will be what art critic Lucy Lippard once called, “just another other.” Employing toy theater puppetry and ventriloquism, Zaloom explores hidden anxieties among the Caucasian majority, including his own.  Ages 18+ ONLY Tickets Available DAY OF SHOWonline and at the booth!  “Harvey”The Renassiance Project, DecaturApril 20 ~ May 13When Elwood P. Dowd starts to introduce his imaginary friend, Harvey, a six-and-a-half-foot rabbit, to guests at a society party, his sister, Veta, has seen as much of his eccentric behavior as she can tolerate. She decides to have him committed to a sanitarium to spare her daughter, Myrtle Mae, and their family from future embarrassment. Problems arise, however, when Veta herself is mistakenly assumed to be on the verge of lunacy when she explains to doctors that years of living with Elwood’s hallucination have caused her to see Harvey also! The doctors commit Veta instead of Elwood, but when the truth comes out, the search is on for Elwood and his invisible companion. When he shows up at the sanitarium looking for his lost friend Harvey, it seems that the mild-mannered Elwood’s delusion has had a strange influence on more than one of the doctors. Only at the end does Veta realize that maybe Harvey isn’t so bad after all.  Tickets Available DAY OF SHOWonline and at the booth!  Reg Price $19.26 ~ AtlanTIX Price $13.52 “Grease”Atlanta Lyric Theatre, MariettaApr 20 ~ May 6
The No.1 Greatest Musical, GREASE, continues to rock ‘n’ roll around the world and is now coming to The Lyric stage! So it’s time to dust off your leather jackets, pull on your bobby-socks and take a trip to a simpler time as ‘bad boy’ Danny and ‘the girl next door’ Sandy fall in love all over again. It’s the original High-School musical, featuring all the unforgettable songs including: “You’re The One That I Want”, “Summer Nights”, “Greased Lightnin'” and many more. So throw your mittens around your kittens and hand-jive the night away with the show that’ll make you want to stand up and shout, ‘A-wop-bop-a-loo-bop A-wop-bam-boom!’ IT’S THE MOST ELECTRIFYIN’ EXTRAVAGANZA on stage!!… Be there or be square!
  Tickets Available NOW online & at booth!
“A Wrinkle in Time”Theatrical Outfit, DowntownApr 11 ~ May 6″It was a dark and stormy night”…when Meg Murry, an awkward, teenaged girl is transported on a fantastical journey to rescue her father, a gifted scientist, from the dark forces that hold him prisoner on another planet. This inventively staged, child-friendly science fiction adventure will delight audiences as they travel with these children, challenging concepts of time, space and triumph of good over evil.Based on the 1963 Newbery Medal-winning novel by Madeleine L’Engle.     Tickets Available NOW online & at booth!”Ring of Fire, the Johnny Cash Musical”GA Ensemble Theatre, RoswellApr 12 ~29We’re gonna raise the roof in this barn-burner of a musical that celebrates the songs of an American legend, The Man in Black himself, Johnny Cash. This thrilling show will feature an ensemble of many of your favorite GET singers and musicians who will make Ring of Fire an extraordinary theatrical event to add to our rich history of high energy, sold-out, foot-stomping musicals.The Ensemble ~ Scott DePoy, J.R. Hawkins, Denise Hillis, Chris Irwin, Tracy Vaden Moore, Mark Schroeder, and Jeremy Wood.      Tickets Available NOW online & at booth!”El Insolito Caso de Miss Pina Colada (The Perposterous Case of Miss Pina Colada)”Aurora Theatre, LawrencevilleApr 12 ~29By Carlos Ferrari Poor Ofelia will stop at nothing to have her daughter, Loreley, crowned queen of the Miss Piña Colada beauty pageant. She will pawn her belongings, fend off debt collectors and even cause her children to break the law. Join us for the hilarious hijinks of a widow trying to keep up appearances in the midst of diminishing fortunes. ¡Ay Dios Mío! “…a savvy, consistently high-energy comic performance.”-NY TimesNote: This play is performed in Spanish with English supertitles.        Tickets Available NOW online & at booth! “Titanic: the Musical”Fabrefaction Theatre, W. MidtownApr 12 ~29
“Nunsense”Legacy Theatre, TyroneApr 13 ~ May 6
This incredibly popular musical comedy, winner of four Outer Critics Circle Awards including Best Off Broadway Musical, makes it way to the Legacy stage for first time. Staged as a fund raiser sponsored by the Little Sisters of Hoboken to raise money to bury sisters accidentally poisoned by the convent cook, Sister Julia (Child of God), Nunsense has kept audiences in stitches for years. Come see why the N.Y. Times calls Nunsense “a hail of fun and frolic! Wacky and outrageous with a hysterical anything goes sense of fun!” Rated PG.  
“Auntie Mame”Process Theatre, Onstage AtlantaApr 13 ~ May 5
The Process Theatre presents AUNTIE MAME!   Featuring from Designing Women Live , Topher Payne as Auntie Mame and DeWayne Morgan as Vera Charles.  It’ the roaring 20’s and when young Patrick is left in the care of of his flamboyant Auntie when his father drops dead of heart attack.  Patrick is quickly indoctrinated into his Aunts philosphy of life “Life is banquet and most poor sons-of-bitches are starving to death.  Social-climbing executor of Patricks estate Mr. Babcock does his best to raise the young boy as a stuffy aristocrat.  However, Mame is determined to introduce him to all the wonders of life from jazz-age New York to rolling hills of a Georgia Plantation called Peckerwood.
Just for Kids  
“Jelly Beans and More”Aurora Children’s Playhouse, LawrencevilleMay 5One of Atlanta’s favorite children’s musicians, Tara Chiusano, known to her fans simply as Miss Tara, comes to Aurora Children’s Playhouse this May for a fun-tabulos spring concert. Tara has three original CDs, Music for Traveling Tots, Jelly Bean Tree, and Walk the Plank! and has performed at various venues throughout the mid-Atlantic. Having recently moved to the Atlanta area, this is a great chance for her local fans to hear some of her most popular, catchy and original songs (Jelly Beans, The Monster Under My Bed, Petey the Peg-Leg Parrot) live at Aurora Theatre. Tickets Available online & at booth! “Peter Pan”Center for Puppetry Arts, MidtownApril 5 ~ May 27’Peter Pan’ soars onto the stage in this new adaptation for everyone who is young at heart. Thrill with Peter, Wendy and Tinkerbell as they swim with mermaids, romp with Tigerlily, and cross swords with the nefarious Captain Hook! With original music, songs, and a Neverland full of adventure.. Tickets Available online & at booth!

“A Fox on the Fairway”Aurora Theatre, LawrencevilleMay 3 ~ 27Ken Ludwig (Lend Me A Tenor, Moon Over Buffalo) hits a hole-in-one with his tribute to the great English farces of the 1930s and 1940s. Love and money are in the rough at the Quail Valley Country Club. Two rival Country Club owners waggle around mistaken identities and play through over-the-top romantic shenanigans in order to stay on the fairway and ace a happy ending. This uproarious golf comedy promises to hit the sweet spot.  Music & Lyrics by Rick Crom; Directed by Lonny Price; Music Direction by Ann-Carol Pence; Choreography by Josh Rhodes Tickets Available online & at booth!  “The Glass Menagerie”Performing Arts North, Johns CreekApr 26 ~ May 5
The Glass Menagerie at The Dancing Goat Theatre The dysfunctional Wingfield family entertains a gentleman caller. Tom Wingfield – Carson Cerney Amanda Wingfield – Mary Claire Klooster Laura Wingfield – Caitlin Warrens Jim O’Conner – Boyd Gossett A very strong cast conjures the Wingfield family from the memory of Tennessee Williams’ classic tale where reality comes to call.
“Swing into Spring”Aurora Theatre @ 550 TracksideApril 27The dogwoods are blooming, the birds are singing and we’ll get you swinging… into Spring that is, with Aurora Swing Nights Swing Into Spring! Concert & Dance on Friday, April 27, at 8:00 PM. This event was re-scheduled to accommodate our extension of our overwhelmingly popular main stage show Clyde ‘n Bonnie: A Folktale. Join us at a beautiful new venue, 550 Trackside, and bring your dancing shoes! Catering by Chew Chew Cafe. This popular concert series features the Metro Jazz Club, a smokin’-hot 17 piece band performing an array of songs. Dedicated to the preservation of some of the best music ever composed, Metro Jazz Club is led by jazz sax man Gary Dalton.  Tickets Available DAY OF SHOWonline and at the booth!  Reg Price $18.00 ~ AtlanTIX Price $12.70 “Coppenhagen”Academy Theatre, Avondale EstatesApr 27 ~ May 20 
Toward the end of WWII, two of the worlds top physicists met in Copenhagen. The details of their meeting have never been revealed and the two never spoke to each other again. Michael Frayn presents his own ideas of the event in the Tony Award winning play Copenhagen. What could drive close friends to never speak again? What if the Axis powers had split the atom? What is more important: friendship or loyalty to ones country?

Performances on Sun, April 22, 2012    

Atlanta Lyric Theatre, The Strand, Marietta

Grease 

Aurora Theatre, GCC Theatre Lab, Lawrenceville

El Insólito Caso de Miss Piña Colada    (The Preposterous Case of Miss Piña Colada) 

Peter Pan 

Fabrefaction Theatre 

Titanic: The Musical 

Georgia Ensemble,

Ring of Fire, the Johnny Cash Musical 

SUN  2:30pm

SUN  7:00pm

Nunsense 

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

Speed the Plow 

The Process Theatre,

Auntie Mame 

The Renaissance Project, Greater Traveler’s Rest Baptist Church, Decatur

Harvey 

Much Ado About Nothing 

SUN  6:30pm

Theatrical Outfit, Balzer Theatre at Herren’s, Downtown

A Wrinkle in Time 

* 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…
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