Some shows of note in March!
-A musical scripted by Harvey Fierstein has taken its short life on Broadway (in 2008) and transformed itself for Atlanta.
-The movie, while amazing, can’t do it justice. See it live.
-Don’t miss this change to relive your childhood – catch this show in its last weekend.
-The Broadway show wasn’t particularly well done, but maybe this Roswell theater can put a new spin on the classic movie.
-You’ve read about the Charleston, SC experience, now check out Roswell’s cast.
-If you live in Atlanta and you’ve never been to Dad’s Garage, go. Now. This is non-negotiable. The fact that the amazingly talented Amber Nash is featured in the key art for Scandal! only makes it better.
-The Broadway tour finally hits Atlanta over a year after the Broadway show closed, and this may be your last chance to see the groundbreaking (*MATURELY THEMED*) winner of 8 Tony Awards before it is gone forever. Earth-shattering score by Duncan Sheik.
-My favorite song is “James K. Polk.” Catchy tune and a history lesson, all in one.
-The Album 88 alums would be proud.
-Gotta love that this guy sticks to his Atlanta roots.
-If you’re into him. Not like he really needs this blog for publicity, though.
-Come on. This just sounds awesome.
-Believe me, it’s worth the trip to Decatur to see this guy harmonize… with himself.
COMEDY AND OTHER:
-You might know him from “Curb Your Enthusiasm.”
-People, it’s Kevin freakin’ Nealon.
-The Grey Goose-sponsored Martinis with Matisse Mondays are definitely worth the $15.