Atlanta's Kenny Leon may be getting headlines for directing high-profile plays in New York (or not directing, as attested by his resigning from a troubled, all-star African-American staging of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof), but he hasn't forgotten his hometown. Leon will direct Ceremonies in Dark Old Men for his True Colors Theatre Company during this summer's National Black Arts Festival. Meanwhile, in association with Theatrical Outfit, True Colors presents the regional premiere of Lydia R. Diamond's comedy STICK FLY (right), playing Tues., MAY 22, and through June 3, and directed by Derrick Sanders. When entomologist Taylor Bradley Scott (Je Nie Fleming) becomes engaged to "Spoon" LeVay (Jahi Kearse), she visits his relatives at their old-money home in Martha's Vineyard. Her trip reveals family secrets and social commentary about the contemporary African-American elite. $20. Tues.-Fri., 8 p.m.; Sat., 2:30 and 8 p.m.; Sun., 2:30 p.m. The Balzer Theater, 84 Luckie St. 678-528-1500. www.truecolorstheatrecompany.com.