Venue Details

6 Star Starred
Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta
at the Zaban-Blank Building in Dunwoody 5342 Tilly Mill Road Dunwoody, GA 30338
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The weather was sunny 60 degrees. I wore skirt and sweater. Dress casual since this is a Jewish Community Center, much like a YMCA, and plenty of kids around..
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Eat before you go because the only food available at this theater is from a vending machine or a single concession stand serving mostly salads.
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7 events
2 reviews
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attended Jan 12 2014

Took my 6'year granddaughter. She loved the singing from Wendy and Peter Pan. Her favorite character was Tiger Lily. Her favorite action was Peter shaking his boodie to the audience. A fun experience for us both.

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attended Jan 12 2014

I went with my 6-year old daughter, my mom, and my husband. We all enjoyed the show. My daughter loved it and laughed a lot.

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attended Jan 19 2014

It was a great interactive show for kids.

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The run time for this show is two hours.

About the Ticket Supplier: Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta

The mission of the MJCCA is to foster and ensure a vibrant greater Atlanta Jewish community by providing programs and services of distinction that attract, involve, and inspire meaningful connections and promote Jewish values.

The MJCCA has earned a well-deserved reputation as one of Atlanta's premier destinations for culturally-driven arts and entertainment performances designed to engage and enrich our entire community. We are proud to offer you an eclectic mix of outstanding theatrical, musical, and comedic performances featuring some of today's most talented and sought-after artists.

Company J (the theatre at the MJCCA) provides a nurturing environment for theater artists to train and develop their creative potential. Through dynamic productions and classes, Company J challenges the community to embrace its cultural life through the art of live performance.