Today is Tuesday, September 27, 2022 


Read our Review of "The 39 Steps"  (Merely Players Presents) HERE

Read our Review of "Lost in Yonkers"  (Act 3 Productions) HERE

Read our Review of "Everybody"  (Alliance Theatre) HERE


     Bluebeard's Castle     (Atlanta Opera)

     Suzi Nominations Event     (See Below)

     Picadilly Puppets Announces New Artistic Director    (See Below)

     Misery     (OnStage Atlanta)

     Bonnie & Clyde     (Pumphouse Players)

     Clue: The Musical     (CenterStage North)

     The Park: An Expressionist Fable     (Theatre Emory)

     Cabaret     (Henry Players)

     Clue On Stage     (Main Street Players Dallas)

     Macbeth     (Shakespeare Tavern Playhouse)

     Animal Amigos     (Center for Puppetry Arts)

     Vape:  The Musical     (Sketchworks Comedy)

     Sleepy Hollow:  An Immersive Cocktail Experience



     Suzi Nominations Event    TONIGHT ONLY


OPENING (AND RESUMING)   (Through 10/2)  

     Do You Love The Dark?     (Alliance Theatre for the Very Young)    Opens 9/28

     Sunset Baby     (Actor's Express)      Resumes 9/28

     Much Ado About Nothing     (Shakespeare Tavern Playhouse)     Suzi Recommended      Resumes 9/28

     Everybody     (Alliance Theatre)     Suzi Recommended        Resumes 9/28

     Sleepy Hollow:  An Immersive Cocktail Experience    Opens 9/29

     The Park: An Expressionist Fable     (Theatre Emory)    Opens 9/29

     The Bodyguard: The Musical     (Springer Opera House)      Resumes 9/29

     The Wild Women of Winedale     (New Depot Players)     Resumes 9/29

     La Cucarachita Martina     (Center for Puppetry Arts)      Resumes 9/29

     Flex     (Theatrical Outfit)        Suzi Recommended     Resumes 9/29

     Sunday in the Park With George     (Woodstock Arts)   Opens 9/30

     Ordinary Days     (Stage Door Theatre)    Opens 9/30

     Look Forward:  The Ruby Bridges Story     (Springer Opera House)    Opens 9/30

     The Village Outdoor Haunt Experience    Opens 9/30

     Ms. Holmes & Ms. Watsin #2B    (Synchronicity Theatre)     Opens 9/30

     Designing Women: The Play     (Horizon Theatre)     Opens 9/30

     Netherworld Haunted House 2022     Resumes 9/30

     Lawrenceville Ghost Tours     (Aurora Theatre)      Resumes 9/30

     The 39 Steps     (Merely Players Presents)      Resumes 9/30

     Lost in Yonkers     (Act 3 Productions)       Resumes 9/30

     Evelyn in Purgatory     (OnStage Atlanta)     Resumes 9/30


     Auditions for "A Queer Carol"     (OnStage Atlanta)   (Oct 1)

     Auditions for "Marry Me a Little"    (Merely Players Presents)    (Oct 9 / 10)

     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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Piccadilly Puppets Announces Rachel Frawley as New Artistic and Managing Director

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Atlanta’s touring puppetry company, Piccadilly Puppets, has selected a brand-new Artistic and Managing Director. In support of the company's mission to provide puppetry experiences of high artistic quality to young audiences, The Piccadilly Puppets Company (PPC)  is excited to move forward with new leadership. 

Incoming Artistic and Managing Director Rachel Frawley is an Atlanta based actor, writer and producer. She holds a B.F.A. in Theatre from Michigan State University and is an apprentice company graduate of the Atlanta Shakespeare Co. In addition to acting, she has narrated over 30 audiobook titles, and was a producer for the Weird Sisters Theatre Project for their 2017 and 2018 seasons. She has taught and directed acting camps, classes and master classes for theatres and studios across Atlanta. Rachel has worked and continues to train as an intimacy professional, and is enrolled in courses with the Association of Mental Health Coordinators. Currently she is writing, directing and producing a new children’s puppet musical for Synchronicity Theatre’s Stripped Bare series.

Veteran puppeteer Nancy Riggs has led the company for the past eleven years. She has endeavored to continue and grow PPC’s commitment to making puppetry accessible, interactive and affordable to underserved communities.  At her recent decision to step back from the role of Director, she led the search for her successor. “Piccadilly Puppets has been a wonderful part of my life for 25 years, and I hope to continue to be involved as a puppeteer and advisor for the near future” says Ms. Riggs. “However, I am ready to hand off leadership of the company to someone with new energy and vision. Rachel has just the combination of artistic and administrative skills needed, along with a love of children and puppets! I am excited to see how she moves the company forward.”

Rachel Frawley is thrilled to take on this opportunity, and is committed to honoring and expanding PPC’s stellar work entertaining and educating young audiences.

Piccadilly Puppets is a 501(c)3 non-profit touring puppetry company. Since its inception in 1970, Piccadilly Puppets has produced and performed puppet plays for schools, theaters, festivals and a variety of community organizations in Atlanta and throughout the Southeast. Incorporated in 1976, the nonprofit organization has been awarded a Citation for Excellence in the Art of Puppetry from Union Internationale de la Marionnette, the oldest international theatre organization in the world. 




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EVERYBODY     (Alliance Theatre)     (Our Review)

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING     (Shakespeare Tavern Playhouse)

FLEX     (Theatrical Outfit)ALABAMA STORY     (Georgia Ensemble Theatre)


ALABAMA STORY     (Georgia Ensemble Theatre)     (Our Review)

DISNEY'S MARY POPPINS    (Aurora Theatre)

GUYS AND DOLLS     (Atlanta Lyric Theatre)

THE COMPLETE WORKS OF WM SHAKESPEARE (ABR)     (Shakespeare Tavern Playhouse)

CHICKEN AND BISCUITS    (Dominion Entertainment)

DESIRE UNDER THE ELMS     (Actor's Express)    (Our Review)

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)