Horses, beasts and big stage versions of such movies as Sister Act and Flashdance will come to Atlanta over the next year with the new seasons of Theatre of the Stars and Broadway in Atlanta. Theatre of the Stars' 60th anniversary season includes:
The Producers (July 24-29). Mel Brooks said that his hit stage version of the classic comedy put the "comedy" back in "musical-comedy.
Peter Pan (Aug. 7-12). Tony Award nominee Cathy Rigby takes to the air as J.M. Barrie's famed boy who wouldn't grow up.
The Addams Family (Aug. 14-19). The creator of Jersey Boys take on Charles Addams' famously macabre but loving brood.
The King and I (Sep. 5-11). Rogers and Hammerstein's classic musical features such timeless show tunes as "Getting To Know You" and "Shall We Dance."
Blue Man Group (Jan. 15-20). They'll do that blue voodoo that they do so well.
Mary Poppins (April 2-7). Based on the supercalifragilisticexpialidocious Disney musical.
Fifth Third Bank Broadway in Atlanta features two Tony-winning musicals:
War Horse (Sep. 25-30). The National Theatre of Great Britain's production with reportedly incredibly puppetry.
Disney's Beauty and the Beast (Nov. 27-Dec. 2). Based on the first animated feature to be nominated for an Academy Award.
Flashdance (Feb. 19-24). She's a welder by day! And a dancer by night!
Million Dollar Quartet (March 12-17). A musical about the legendary Dec. 4, 1956, Sun Records recording session with Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Elvis Presley.
Sister Act (April 30-May 5). An uncouth singer goes undercover in a wimple. Not to be confused with Nuns on the Run.
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