Thursday January 19, 2012 / 8:00pm40 Weeks
How was your experience?
The staff of OnStage Atlanta were truly pleasant from the moment we entered the venue throughout our entire stay. We were greeted with heartfelt smiles and delightfully energetic personalities. The theater space is small with 3 rows and approximately 12-15 seats in each row. Seating was general admission. However, the size of the theater and the seating arrangement did not take away from theater experience, in fact, we felt like it enhanced the experience. We were immersed in the play's plot and storyline from the beginning to the end. The second half of the show (there was a 15 minute intermission) went faster than the first half. However, it's because all the information we learn in the first half of the play comes together in the second half of the play (as a story should). The story ends with an empowering outcome that shows viewers there are ways to living happily in a life you may not have planned for. The ticket cost is an excellent value for the 2-hour long play. The storyline, the acting, and the intimate experience were wonderful. I've attended far more expensive plays at larger Atlanta venues that weren't as good as this. I've already purchased my tickets to the theater's next play - The Drowsy Chaperone - and can't wait to see it.