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Spring Fling? 5 Date Ideas In Atlanta That Won’t Make You Feel Like Nobody Loves You

This post is sponsored by Horizon Theatre; however, all thoughts and opinions expressed are my own. In this day and age it’s easy to feel like “Nobody Loves You”. In fact, just the other day on Twitter I asked “where exactly do people meet these...
Posted On 03 Apr 2017

What do Little Women’s Jo March and Girls’ Hanna Horvarth have in Common? More Than You Think!

By Katie Meyer For 20-something women in 1865 and 2016, the struggle is real. The struggles of the March sisters, first introduced to the world in Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women, are as relatable as ever. Fighting with your sisters, debating whether or not to rescue the vain...
Posted On 29 Jun 2016

A Night at the Atlanta Ballet’s Moulin Rouge

by Tera Freeman Romance. Drama. Death. The Atlanta Ballet’s production of Moulin Rouge featured all three during opening night Friday, February 5th. The dancing, music, costumes, and set design transported the audience into 1890s Paris and all the happenings at the world famous...
Posted On 11 Feb 2016

Shrek The Musical Review #ShrekATL

  OMG I was like a big kid when I got the invitation to watch Shrek The Musical, I mean who didn’t love the movie? When I think about movies being taken to the stage or even being turned into musical, I’m always fascinated to see how the transition will come...
Posted On 02 Mar 2014

Atlanta Ballet’s Romeo et Juliette Review by Da Vinci #AtlantaBallet

I recently had the pleasure of attending Atlanta Ballet‘s Girls Night Out where a bunch of ladies and I enjoyed cocktails, girls talk and got to see a fabulous show, “Romèo et Juliette”. Atlanta Ballet’s Romèo et Juliette will be playing at the Cobb...
Posted On 09 Feb 2014

Girls Night Out with Atlanta Ballet #Atlanta

  Join us for cocktails, snack and a discounted ticket to Atlanta Ballet’s Romèo et Juliette all for just $40! Also your ticket stub will be eligible for awesome discounts as local shops 🙂 We’ll also have a prize drawing for Your Life After 25 Atlanta Meetup...
Posted On 07 Feb 2014

The Geller Girls Review by Da Vinci #GellerGirls #Atlanta

I had the opportunity to check out The Geller Girls by Atlanta playwright Janece Shaffer this past week and although I was already excited going into it, I don’t think I was truly prepared for how good this play would be. The Geller Girls is set in 1895 Atlanta, Georgia and...
Posted On 26 Jan 2014

A Christmas Carol – Review by Da Vinci #ScroogeATL #Atlanta

  I was so fortunate to be able to see one of Atlanta’s holiday treasures performed, A Christmas Carol. Atlanta favorite, actor Chris Kayser, has played the role of Scrooge for 16 of his last 20 seasons in the production. I was truly blessed to be able to see him...
Posted On 09 Dec 2013

Warrior Class Review by Da Vinci #WarriorClassATL

Theatre is something I respect in great depth, as I get to see each new piece of work it I fall more in love with beautiful dialog because watching the stage in real-time is so raw. When I watched Warrior Class on the Hertz Stage at the Alliance Theatre, I fell in love with the...
Posted On 05 Nov 2013

By The Way, Meet Vera Stark – Review #VeraStarkATL

  By The Way, Meet Vera Stark is a comedic, yet deep body of work by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Lynn Nottage. The play unfolds the journey of Vera Stark who works as a maid but is trying to break into the Hollywood scene at a time when speaking roles for African...
Posted On 31 Oct 2013

Harmony- A New Musical by Barry Manilow and Bruce Sussman – Review

  Many of you know that music and the arts have always been a big part my life. I was in Honors Chorus and Show Choir for many years, so plays and show tunes are in my blood. With that said when I was given the opportunity by the Alliance Theatre to check out Harmony –...
Posted On 16 Sep 2013