Today is Monday, August 8, 2022 


Click HERE to see our new review of "Desire Under the Elms"   (Actor's Express)

Click HERE to see our new review of "Square Blues"   (Horizon Theatre)

Click HERE to see our new review of "The Merchant of Venice"   (Shakespeare Tavern Playhouse)


     SheATL Arts 2022 Summer Festival

     Dreamgirls    (Front Porch Players)

     Cry it Out    (Woodstock Arts)

     The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abr)    (Shakespeare Tavern Playhouse)


     The Outrage Machine     (Essential Theatre Festival)     


OPENING (AND RESUMING)   (Through 8/14)  

     The Exhibit     (Bare Essentials Play Reading Series)    Reading     One Night Only 8/9

     Barbie Liberation Organization     (Bare Essentials Play Reading Series)    Reading     One Night Only 8/10

     The Tortoise, The Hare, and Other Aesop's Fables     (Center for Puppetry Arts)    Opens 8/10

     Desire Under the Elms   (Actor's Express)      Resumes 8/10

     The Wild Women of Winedale     (CenterStage North)       Resumes 8/10

     Square Blues     (Horizon Theatre)        Suzi Recommended      Resumes 8/10

     The Incredible Book-Eating Boy     (Alliance Theatre)         Resumes 8/10

     A Midsummer Night's Dream     (Role Call Theatre)        Resumes 8/11

     The Pin-Up Girls     (The Art Station)        Resumes 8/11

     The Merchant of Venice (A LadyShakes Production)     (Shakespeare Tavern)       Resumes 8/11

     Crimes of the Heart     (Players Guild @ Sugar Hill)    Opens 8/12

     Arsenic and Old Lace     (Mad Artists' Entertainment / Main Street Theatre Dallas)    Opens 8/12

     One Night at the Disco     (New Theatre in the Square)     Opens 8/12

     A Complicated Hope     (Essential Theatre Festival)       Resumes 8/12

     Rock of Ages    (OnStage Atlanta)       Resumes 8/12

     Peace, Love, and Puppets     (That Puppet Guy / Aurora Children's Playhouse)    One Day Only 8/13


     Auditions for "Caroline, or Change"   (Jennie T. Anderson Concert Series)    (Submissions Due Aug 10)

     Auditions for "Clue"   (Marietta Theatre Co)    (Aug 13)

     Auditions for "Skeleton Crew"   (Merely Players)   (Aug 13 / 16)

     Auditions for Legacy Theatre's 2022/2023 Season     (Aug 14)

     Auditions for "Over the River and Through the Woods"   (Players Guild @ Sugar Hill)   (Aug 15 / 16)

     Auditions for "Charlotte's Web"   (Woodstick Arts)   (Aug 15 / 16)

     Auditions for "'Twas the Night Before Christmas"  (Stage Door Theatre)   (Submissions Due 8/19)

     Submissions for the 2022 Atlanta Black Theatre Festival  

     Various Submission Opportunities from Merely Writers

     (See Our Auditions/Jobs Page for Details and Other Links)

If you have any information you would like included on this platform, please E-Mail me at BKRudy@aol.com, or go to our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/theatrebuzzatlanta/

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After 21 years, Jennings Hertz Artistic Director Susan V. Booth will leave the Alliance to become the Artistic Director for Chicago’s Goodman Theatre

“Atlanta and The Alliance have been the most extraordinary artistic home,” said Booth. “Working with an intrepid and fearless board, a deeply invested philanthropic community, and on a campus with world class cultural partners has been a profound gift.”

“As the Alliance’s longest-serving Artistic Director, Susan has shaped the Alliance into the nationally-recognized standard of excellence in American theater that it is today,” said Hala Moddelmog, President and CEO of The Woodruff Arts Center. “We thank Susan for her visionary and courageous leadership over the past 21 years and wish her every success in her future tenure with The Goodman.”

Under Booth’s leadership, the Alliance received the 2007 Regional Theatre Tony Award for sustained excellence in programming, education, and community engagement. Over the past two decades, Booth directed over 40 productions and established numerous programs and initiatives that support new works and emerging artists. Booth has championed education initiatives, including family programming and in-school, theater-based curriculums designed to support teachers and enhance student learning, that established the Alliance as a national model for theater education. Booth also led the Alliance through its largest capital campaign to transform the theater’s main performance space, opening The Coca-Cola Stage at Alliance Theatre during its 50th anniversary season.

Booth will finish her tenure with the Alliance by co-directing the regional premiere of the acclaimed play, Everybody, which begins previews September 2. Her last day with the Alliance is September 16. The Alliance’s Board of Directors will conduct a national search for the Alliance’s next Artistic Director.

“I so look forward to watching The Alliance's next big adventure and know my colleagues – quite simply the finest staff of theatre practitioners I know – will take the theatre to greater and greater heights of service, inclusion, and excellence," said Booth. "From the bottom of my heart, thank you for your continued support of this theater throughout my tenure and beyond.”

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(Still Running)

SQUARE BLUES     (Horizon Theatre)   (Our Review)


LIZZIE    (Actor's Express)   (Our Review)

FANNIE:  THE MUSIC AND LIFE OF FANNIE LOU HAMER    (Kenny Leon's True Color's Theatre) 

TRADING PLACES     (Alliance Theatre)   (Our Review)

ROE     (Horizon Theatre)   (Our Review)

BOOTY CANDY     (Actor's Express)

SWINDLERS     (Aurora Theatre)    (Our Review)

THE WIZARD OF OZ     (Atlanta Lyric Theatre)   (Our Review)

THE WOLF AT THE END OF THE BLOCK     (Theatrical Outfit)    (Our Review)

MAHALIA:  A GOSPEL MUSICAL     (Dominion Entertainment)

THE LIGHT     (Horizon Theatre)     (Our Review)

INTIMATE APPAREL     (Actor's Express)

THE PRETTY PANTS BANDIT     (Georgia Ensemble Theatre)   (Our Review)

LEGACY OF LIGHT     (Synchronicity Theatre)    (Our Preview)

RODGERS AND HAMMERSTEIN'S CINDERELLA     (Aurora Theatre)     (Our Review)

BINA'S SIX APPLES     (Alliance Theatre / Children's Theatre Co)     (Our Review)

VANITY FAIR     (Georgia Ensemble Theatre)

TONI STONE     (Alliance Theatre)

BRIGHT HALF LIFE    (Theatrical Outfit)

DREAM HOU$E     (Alliance Theatre)

FEEDING BEATRICE     (Aurora Theatre)


MARIE AND ROSETTA    (Kenny Leon's True Colors Theatre Co)

A CHRISTMAS CAROL     (Alliance Theatre)

KEN LUDWIG'S BASKERVILLE    (Theatrical Outfit)   (Our Review)

HOMETOWN BOY     (Actor's Express)   (Our Review)

AIN'T MISBEHAVIN'   (Georgia Ensemble Theatre)   (Our Review)

HANDS UP    (Alliance Theatre)   (Our Review)

THE ADDAMS FAMILY    (Atlanta Lyric Theatre)

HEATHERS: THE MUSICAL   (Actor's Express / Ogethorpe University)

THE BLUEST EYE     (Synchronicity Theatre)    (Our Review)

AN ILIAD     (Theatrical Outfit)     (Our Review)

DARLIN' CORY     (Alliance Theatre_   (Our Review)

SONG AND DANCE      (Aurora Theatre)

RED SPEEDO   (Actor's Express)