Venue Details

2 Star Starred
Academy Theatre
at Franklin St 119 Center Street Avondale Estates, GA 30002
404-474-8332
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14 events
12 reviews
0 stars
Very small, intimate theater space. Not a bad seat in the house. Very friendly staff.
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10 ratings
4.9 average rating
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7 reviews
5 stars
attended Jan 04 2013

A well-acted dramatic and musical retrospective of a true American hero. Thank you for the lively portrayal of a man who transcended the tragedy of his circumstances as an African American negotiating the socio-political landscape of 20th century...continued

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7 reviews
1 stars
attended Apr 19 2013

This is a must see! One of the most amazing one man shows I've ever seen. If you missed this one you certainly missed something.

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3 reviews
1 stars
attended Jan 06 2013

Excellent all the way around! Great acting, very versatile and talented actor, and the content was so important to know and consider, adding to my already firm belief in the oneness of humanity. Well done!!! I recommend it to every one and can't...continued

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Website

http://academytheatre.org

Quotes & Highlights

See a video clip of the show on YouTube.
Read the great Goldstar member reviews of this show’s run in L.A.

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.