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Rockabilly Lounge, Ghost Riders Club and Burlesque Show, and fetish extravaganzas are among the periodic festivities from this event producer. Most shows held at the Masquerade on North Ave. Check Mon Cherie's website for upcoming dates and details.
The Atlanta Opera Center

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Serving almost 60,000 patrons a year in the metro area, the Atlanta Opera has grown to be a regional arts powerhouse, boasting an economic impact of more than $39 million. You can catch performances at the acoustically friendly confines of the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre.

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Located in a renovated church, the 14th Street venue showcases burgeoning local comics, artists-in-residence and strong improv impresarios. If you want to try to join 'em, classes are available. A must-see for local comic aficionados.
Laughing Skull Lounge

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Atlanta's best full-time option for seeing stand-up is an intimate venue tucked away in the back of Midtown's Vortex Bar & Grill. The Laughing Skull Lounge has featured Marc Maron, Kyle Kinane, Maria Bamford, and countless other quality stand-ups.
Woodruff Arts Center

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Any journey into Atlanta art should begin — but certainly not end — at the Woodruff Arts Center. Look to the Woodruff's High Museum for blockbuster traveling exhibitions, look to the two stages of the Tony-brandishing Alliance Theatre for everything from flashy musicals to pared-down drama, and look to Symphony Hall for a world-class season led by conductor Robert Spano.

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Besides events for Shriner members, this venue hosts Atlanta Rollergirls games.

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Home of three venue spaces: QUAD, Center, and Annex.
Whole World Improv Theatre

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Improv proves the order of the day at this popular venue that increasingly presents stage plays in its small black box space.

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Diverse event venue hosting a range of music and entertainment shows. Popular spot for electronic dance music. Formerly Quad @ Spring4th Complex.
Fox Theatre

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In the late ’70s, Atlanta almost allowed a telephone company to demolish one of the city's architectural gems. Everybody thinks Gone with the Wind premiered here, but that happened at the Loew's Grand down the street, which did get torn down. A 60-minute guided tour is available. The Fox Theatre hosts concerts, comedians, and Atlanta Ballet performances, among other events.

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Entertainment comes with strings attached at this theater, museum, and education center that features both wildly creative puppet plays for mature audiences and kid-lit adaptations that deliver fun for all ages.
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