Venue Details

144 Star Starred
Cobb Energy Centre
2800 Cobb Galleria Parkway Atlanta, GA 30339
770-916-2800
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Member Tips

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Semi formal to casual
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Valet service was affordable...venue parking is also plentiful
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Mexican restaurant
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Next to the venue "Cinco" was superb
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Don't park on the very top of the parking deck, you'll be the last out
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Semi
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Reviews & Ratings

28 ratings
4.5 average rating
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16 events
6 reviews
3 stars
attended Feb 11 2012

Great dancing!!! great story!!! very suspenful...great ballet for all ages. The children in the ballet made my daughter enjoy the show tremendously.

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8 events
4 reviews
3 stars
attended Feb 18 2012

Really liked the performance.
Seats were great and as promised!

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4 events
3 reviews
1 stars
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More Information

Website

http://www.atlantaballet.com/11-12-season/twyla-tharp.shtml

Quotes & Highlights

See a narrated photo montage for The Princess and the Goblin on YouTube.

Description

Choreographed by Twyla Tharp

Based on a story by George MacDonald

Music by Franz Schubert, arranged and orchestrated

by Richard Burke

Original Music by Richard Burke

Live with the Atlanta Ballet Orchestra

About the Ticket Supplier: Atlanta Ballet

Atlanta Ballet was founded seven decades ago by dance visionary Dorothy Alexander (1904-1986). Miss Dorothy had a dream of bringing quality ballet to the Atlanta community. The result was the Dorothy Alexander Dance Concert Group--the first step in the regional ballet movement that swept the nation. Upon gaining professional status in 1967, the company was renamed Atlanta Ballet. Today, under the artistic leadership of John McFall, Atlanta Ballet is the oldest professional dance company in America, the largest self-supported arts organization in Georgia, and the official Ballet of Georgia.