The Duluth Fine Arts League returns its popular “Art Walk” for a fall edition on Friday, Oct. 16, from 6 to 8 p.m.
Sugarloaf Ballet is kicking off its 2015-16 season with an original adaptation of the classic fairy tale, “Hansel and Gretel,” playing next weekend at the Infinite Energy Theater.
The beautiful paintings of Gwinnett artist Ingrid Bolton are on display at Snellville City Hall through Nov. 5.
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Atlanta commuters will be able to spot the iconic blue-and-yellow Big Top this spring when Cirque du Soleil returns, bringing its newest touring show “Kurios — Cabinet of Curiosities.”
Local audiences can catch a story of sibling rivalry filled with lots of laughs, and tender moments, when “Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike” plays at Aurora Theatre in Lawrenceville from Oct. 1-25.
After eight years of leading the Hudgens Center for the Arts, Executive Director Teresa Osborn recently announced she will be leaving the non-profit in October.
Families looking to spend quality time together can find a place to play, learn and create art in an interactive, family-friendly environment every Sunday at the Woodruff Arts Center.
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New York-based Complexions is kicking off its 21st season by expanding to include Atlanta office and a new season at the Infinite Energy Theater in Duluth.
Director Neil Goldberg to bring hi-energy, holiday cheer to Atlanta’s Fox Theatre with his stage show “Cirque Dreams Holidaze,” playing Nov. 25 and 27.
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The Center for Puppetry Arts invites audiences to have a sprinkle of fairy dust, think happy thoughts and prepare to fly away to Neverland during “Peter Pan,” playing through Oct. 25.
Gustavo Ott’s comedy “Divorciadas, Evangélicas y Vegetarianas” will play at Aurora Theatre in Lawrenceville from Sept. 25 to Oct. 18, as part of its Spanish Language programming.
Mike Lew’s latest comedy “Tiger Style!” isn’t quite autobiographical, but audiences will gain perspective about Asian “tiger parenting” when the play has its world premiere at Atlanta’s Alliance Theatre on Sept. 30 and playing through Oct. 18.
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