Drama Disembarks in Atlanta May 2015
Enjoy the thrill of Broadway in Atlanta during the month of May 2015. Atlanta is only a hop, skip or jump away from many southern states. Tourists that live further away may have saved some frequent flyer miles for a three day weekend in Atlanta. The average weather conditions in Atlanta during the month of May is high 70’s to low 80’s with a sprinkling of rainy days and lots of sunshine. The weather plus the dramatic Broadway style skits during the month of May adds to the ambiance of a trip to Atlanta to escape mundane daily tasks.
Blues for an Alabama Sky: “Blues for an Alabama Sky” is presented at the Alliance Theater located in the Woodruff’s Art Center from April 15th through May 10th, 2015. Schedule and ticket information are available on the website. The drama takes place during the 1930’s at the peak of the Great Depression, in Harlem, New York. The cast of African-American characters struggle to survive depression, disease and poverty.
Hound of Baskervilles: The “Hound of Baskervilles” will be performed at Art Station in Stone Mountain, from April 16th through May 3rd, 2015. Ticket information and times are available online. The 1901 terrifying classic Sherlock Holmes film is presented as a dramatic comedy. The primary setting is the home of a family that has been haunted for years by a frightening hound. The drama features Bryan Brendle, Matt Braun and Clinton Thornton.
Peter Pan: Fabrefaction Theatre Conservatory presents “Peter Pan” April 23rd through May 10th, 2015. The young and young-at-heart will enjoy this drama about a boy that desires to never grow up. A sprinkle of pixie dust starts the adventurous journey. The brave lost boys, a fairy, an Indian chief and pirates add to the magical journey to a place called Never Land. Ticket information and schedule are available online.
Photo courtesy of Hounds of Baskersville by Glenn at Flickr’s Creative Commons.
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A traveler at heart, the writer enjoys traveling all over the south and hopes to one day expand his destinations.