It’s December 1939 in Atlanta, Georgia. Gone With The Wind is having its world premiere and Hitler is invading Poland, but Atlanta’s elitist German Jews are much more concerned with who is going to Ballyhoo, the social event of the season. The Freitag family especially is all decked out and in high hopes that this is the night Lala finds a socially acceptable husband. The night quickly falls into chaos when her first choice rejects her, followed by unexpected turns full of comedy, romance, and revelations.
Headliner – Jerry Jay CranfordFiddler In Concert offers a magical night featuring local singers and musicians playing the music you love from the Broadway musical Fiddler on the Roof. With iconic and beloved songs by Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick, you’ll walk away humming all of your favorites.
See a show celebrating — and performed by — differently-abled students and their families. In a world with so much bad news, your heart will be warmed by this message of solidarity, strength, and hope, reminding us that each person has the potential to make a unique contribution to the world.
Apr 25 + 26
Starring James Sherman
Ben Hecht was a legendary playwright and screenwriter (Gone With The Wind) who used his skills as a newspaperman to be one of the first American journalists to write about the Nazi atrocities during World War II. Sherman presents the wit and wisdom of this important artist and social activist.
Jun 27-July 19
Co-Production With The Coterie
The show follows Billy’s journey from boxing ring to ballet class where he discovers a passion for dance that unites his family, inspires his community, and changes his life forever. Billy Elliot is an extraordinary theatrical experience brought to life by the award-winning creative team behind the film and featuring iconic music by Elton John.