Laughing Matters' Battle Acts: Improv Comedy for All Ages
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All offers for Battle Acts Improv Competition have expired.
The last date listed for Battle Acts Improv Competition was Saturday February 16, 2013 / 8:00pm.
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The Academy Theatre and the Atlanta Radio Theatre Company present An Atlanta Christmas, now in its 14th consecutive year of production. The seasonal show is a series of short vignettes that each showcase a family gathered around the Christmas tree, sharing stories of Atlanta holiday traditions from past and present. Atlanta Radio Theatre Company playwright Thomas Fuller's original stories will be staged in conjunction with a series of new sketches created from in-house writers. The non-profit Atlanta Radio Theatre Company has been performing, recording and broadcasting dramatic audio dramas since 1984 and the Academy Theatre is the longest running professional theatre in Georgia, founded in 1956. Learn More
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Clever small bits of entertainment at a time. Fast paced, you have to pay attention. Audience is included for various parts. Audience is asked to contribute ideas as the parts go along.
VERY small venue for seating, very casual, informal and family friendly. Great to take the kids to! My teen enjoyed it.
Cast Includes Eliana Marianes, Taylor Bennett, Bill Kronick, Caitlan Werner, Chris Whyte and Andre Castenell.
Tommy Futch hosts.
About the Ticket Supplier: Academy Theatre
Founded in 1956 by Frank Wittow, the Academy Theatre has been highly regarded for its productions of classic and contemporary plays, as well as its strong educational outreach programs - including a Theatre for Youth Artists-In-Schools Tour, Senior Touring Ensemble and numerous play development projects with underserved, at-risk and special populations. The Academy Theatre was the first professional theatre in the Southeast to integrate, premiered one of America's first Shakespeare Festivals in 1960, and initiated a commitment to arts-in-education in Georgia schools that continues to this day. More than two million Georgia school children have been served through the Academy's highly acclaimed, innovative performances.