Thursday, October 30, 2008

Weekend eLert: Oktoberfest, The Cheetah Girls

     October 30, 2008
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Live Onstage: 
The Cheetah Girls, New Kids On The Block (sold out), Allstate Gospel Superfest 10 with Vivica A. Fox, Guy Clark, Scrap Arts Music

Thu 10/30 - Sat 11/1    
Dance: 'Dirty Pretty'
A contemporary dance concert performed by Zoetic Dance Ensemble.

Thu 10/30 - Sat 11/1    
ASO: American Originals I
Guest conductor Leonard Slatkin leads a program of Bernstein's "Jeremiah" Symphony with mezzo-soprano Kelly O'Connor, Barber's Piano Concerto with pianist Garrick Ohlsson, and Rachmaninoff's "Symphonic Dances."

Through - Sun 11/2    
Theater: 'The Second City: Too Busy To Hate...Too Hard To Commute'
From Shirley Franklin to Buckhead, a two-act sketch comedy revue that features classic scenes from Chicago's Second City archives as well as original material created specifically for and about Atlanta. On the Hertz Stage.

Through - Sun 11/2    
Theater: 'Antigone'
Sophocles' epic tale of one of literatures' most compelling and powerful women; Georgia Shakespeare's first Greek production.

Through - Sun 11/2    
Theater: 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?'
A bitter, alcoholic couple at a college invites a new faculty member and his wife over for "party games."

Exhibit: 'Cutting Fine, Cutting Deep'
Silhouettes, dioramas, paper lacework, pop-up drawings and symmetrical designs from the Swiss Scherenschnitt (scissor cutting) tradition.

Through - Sun 3/1    
'Dialog in the Dark'
A series of familiar environments and activities made challenging by total darkness.

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