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Actor’s Express covers ‘Rent’

Actor’s Express covers ‘Rent’

August 10, 2015

By Isabel Olson Though the school year is just beginning to heat up once again, bringing with it a full schedule, be sure to save space to cool down and take a break w...

Alliance’s ‘Antigone’ combines old text, new twists, and young aspiring actors

Alliance’s ‘Antigone’ combines old text, new twists, and young aspiring actors

May 6, 2015

By Isabel Olson The Alliance Theatre’s Teen Ensemble performs a new version of Antigone, a clash between the ancient tragedy written in 441 BC. and a ...

‘Hedwig and the Angry Inch’ goes the extra mile

‘Hedwig and the Angry Inch’ goes the extra mile

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April 22, 2015

By Isabel Olson If there is a trip to New York City in your near future, you should put Hedwig at the top of the to do list. With artistic liberty and ...

Local brand, StinkyKids, gets musical treatment

Local brand, StinkyKids, gets musical treatment

February 19, 2015

In 2005, Britt Menzies painted a picture for her daughter, Emma, who now attends Inman. Menzies, whose son, Max, is a sophomore at Grady, followed up the painting wi...

‘Tuck Everlasting’ will not be everlasting at this rate

‘Tuck Everlasting’ will not be everlasting at this rate

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February 12, 2015

by Isabel Olson Tuck Everlasting, is known across the world as a great and timeless work of literature and film, but now the story has been transformed ...

This edition is flawed but still ‘Newsies’ worthy

This edition is flawed but still ‘Newsies’ worthy

January 28, 2015

By Isabel Olson This past week you may have seen young boys and girls wandering the streets of downtown Atlanta wearing newsboy caps but not selling paper...

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