140-seat Midtown venue tucked into a high-rise. Owned and operated by playwrights-producers John Gibson and Anthony Morris. Home of "Peachtree Battle" and other controversial plays and comedies.
The lavish sets and production values at times risk upstaging the actual shows at Atlanta's biggest and most prestigious theater company, which features the 770-seat Alliance Stage and the more intimate 200-seat Hertz Stage.
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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.
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.
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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