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29 Star Starred
Theatrical Outfit
(Look For Theatrical Outfit Signage) 84 Luckie Street Atlanta, GA 30303
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25 events
14 reviews
3 stars
The early bird catches the worm as the saying goes! I parked right in front of the theatre for free on Sunday. The lot across the street was only $5 cash only.
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25 events
14 reviews
3 stars
Their coffee carafe holds about 8-10 servings of coffee and they do not refill it. Once it's gone, it's gone. If you're the type who needs coffee at intermission, try to be the first at the concession stand for coffee. If not, dunkin donuts is less than a block away on Forsyth.
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Reviews & Ratings

"The Gifts of the Magi"
37 ratings
4.6 average rating
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Kal El
48 events
33 reviews
27 stars
attended Dec 19 2014

Fantastic show with top notch talent in a professional theater! I can't wait to go back! Loved loved loved it!

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30 events
18 reviews
11 stars
attended Nov 29 2013

I agree with the previous reviewer that the writing was a bit anemic. Characters could have been more fully developed, dramatic tensions could have been more fraught, but you know what? The performers were flawless, the timing couldn't have been...continued

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13 events
8 reviews
4 stars
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Quotes & Highlights

“Theatrical Outfit serves up a holiday treat with The Gifts of the Magi. … On the night I went, I heard little kids happily giggling in all the right places.” -ArtsATL
“Perfectly cast and performed.” - Atlanta INTown
“Theatrical Outfit is giving a gift to Atlanta this holiday season: a musical adaptation of O. Henry’s classic, The Gifts of the Magi. It is an outstanding present for which Atlanta should be grateful.” —ATL Insider


Written by Mark St. Germain; Music by Randy Courts

Directed by Heidi Cline McKerley; Music Direction by S. Renee Clark

Jim and Della are out of work and penniless during Christmas in New York. To afford presents for each other, both secretly part with their most precious possessions. In O. Henry’s classic holiday story, the two lovers’ gesture of giving creates a warm and intimate Christmas in the cold, unfriendly city. Set to the music of Randy Courts, this charming and transcendent musical will kindle the holiday spirit in the heart of Atlanta.

Please note that there is road construction in the area. Please see the Theatrical Outfit website’s *"Maps & Parking*":* page to make traveling to the event easier.*