For those who are still undecided, we provide this handy scientific chart comparing the benefits of each space:
Over-the-top Moorish architecture.
Twinkling stars in the ceiling.
Amusing Escher-inspired angles create the illusion of depth on shallow proscenium.
Ghostly echoes of Masonic rites.
Invigorating Frogger-style death dash across Peachtree after paying $10 to park at the Georgian Terrace.
Men's and Ladies' "Lounges" make it sound like you're going to do something classy.
Close to bars and restaurants.
$3.50 glazed almonds and pecans.
Runs of four shows in one weekend provide morbid thrill of watching principals suffer career-ending damage to their voices.
It's faaah-bulous. (Just ask them.)
The Civic Center
Flat-topped Soviet concrete box.
Deep stage provides actual depth.
Excellent sound quality and sightlines.
Huge $5 parking lot out back provides suitable setting for pre-opera tailgate parties.
Modern bathroom fixtures.
Sandwiches served in the lobby.
Shows spread out over two weekends.
Nothing says "art" like "civic."
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