Arts & Culture
Alright, so “Gone With the Wind” is the obvious ringer here, but it’s certainly not the only book set in the capital of the South. Check out our favorite books set in ATL.
If you have the post-holiday blahs, cheer yourself up by thinking about all of the fun art events coming up this spring in Atlanta. Of course, the High Museum will have a new exhibit, but there are plenty of other fun things to check out around town.
Based on books, movies and real life, these upcoming theater productions in Atlanta will entertain a variety of tastes.
Holiday donations are a critical and timely investment in our community and these organizations focus on the most worthy of causes.
This winter season, Atlanta will provide art opportunities for collecting, education, reflection and just pure spectacle.
There are classical music suites familiar to children, timeless selections of music performed for connoisseurs and new takes on the genre all available in Atlanta this season.
The fall and winter are the perfect times to get out and enjoy one of the great musicals coming to Atlanta and the metro area.
Dinner and a show, what could be better? If you’re looking for a different night out for a date or an evening with the family, consider one of Atlanta’s dinner theaters.
Atlanta is home to a substantial Hispanic population and between September 15 and October 15, there will be many ways to celebrate the culture of Mexico, Cuba, Puerto Rico as well as many other Spanish-speaking nationalities.
The Atlanta improv scene is quietly becoming a nationally respected stage for performers to cut their teeth. Most theaters on this list provide classes, weekly shows by various troupes, as well as private performance options.