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25 Star Starred
Horizon Theatre
Euclid & Austin Avenues in Little Five Points 1083 Austin Avenue NE Atlanta, GA 30307
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20 events
10 reviews
2 stars
They also sell stuffed animals and the book
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20 events
10 reviews
2 stars
Read and white wine, Sugar cookies and chcolate chip cookies, water, juice
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21 ratings
4.7 average rating
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34 events
14 reviews
16 stars
attended Jul 28 2012

Wonderfully surprised by how much I enjoyed the entire production! I went because I'm a huge fan of Enoch King, but was more impressed with the three elder gentlemens characters...

There were a couple of places where the production attempted...continued

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35 events
11 reviews
1 stars
attended Aug 08 2012

This was a great production! The story-line was very entertaining with a local feel. It was comical with a well organized plot. The extremely talented actors were perfectly cast, with the exception of the son who was a rapper. I would happily...continued

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23 reviews
2 stars
attended Aug 10 2012

Excellent comedy about a "real down to earth" family with intergeneration what I am talking about. I enjoyed the play with a friend; we laughed a lot and are still talking & laughing about it- even a few days later. I have told a few...continued

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This raucous comedy set in an Atlanta backyard picks up where we left off in Horizon’s 2009 hit A Cool Drink A Water.* *Empty nesters Walt and Ruthie are throwing a homecoming party for son Trane, a rising hip hop star about to embark on his first American tour. But Walt and his buddies aren’t just celebrating – they’re hatching a plan to ride Trane’s wave of success and recapture their own musical dreams. Then Trane drops in with a Korean pop surprise of his own! Bebop and hip-hop “take it to the woodshed,” as the jazzmen say, to sharpen their music, friendship, and futures. A comic reuniting of generations and those who hunger to still have a place.

This show contains mature language and is not recommended for children.