Best Bets: Spring Arts Edition

From virtual plays and streamed films to digital comedy and outdoor theater, a pandemic won’t stop Atlantans from enjoying all the arts the city has the offer.


Laugh Track 

The talented comedians of Dad’s Garage examine what life’s key moments and holidays look like in this strange new world. With a mix of ridiculous characters and hilarious situations, get some much-needed laughter with this brand-new original sketch comedy show.

$9.99 for six-episode series, available now through May 31,



This original animated short celebrates the power of youth to change history. The 33-minute film follows three friends as they learn about the sit-ins of the Civil Rights era and powerfully apply those lessons to issues they face today.

Streamed by Alliance Theatre, available now through June 30, 


The Pink Unicorn 

A comedy about gender identity and big hair, this virtual play tells the story about Trisha, a Christian widow living in a conservative Texas town. Her life is thrown in turmoil when her teenage daughter announces she’s genderqueer.

Streamed by Out Front Theatre, 

March 5-7, 


Drag Jeopardy! A COVID Lockdown One Year Anniversary Show 

Join the House of ALXNDR to celebrate the one-year anniversary of the first COVID-19 lockdown with virutal Drag Jeopardy. Watch contestants answer questions from categories like pandemic pop bops to memes, plus enjoy amazing drag performances.

Streaming on, March 11 at 8pm 


Spotlight Studio 

The Spotlight Studio is dedicated to virtually spotlighting local Atlanta artists. Whatever their story, these eight artist curated shows serve as a platform for innovative creation.

Alliance Theatre Anywhere, March 17-May 31, 


Beautiful Blackbird Live – Under the Tent Series 

Featuring original music composed by Eugene H. Russell IV and inspired by Ashley Bryan’s children’s book Beautiful Blackbird, this family-friendly concert will have you on your feet celebrating the uniqueness of each and every one of us.

Alliance Theatre, April 8-18, 


Never Turning Back 

The Atlanta Gay Men’s Chorus and Atlanta Women’s Chorus join forces to bring you songs of resilience and hope. Through music such as Rise from the Justice Choir Songbook to the premiere of the commission piece by Sarah Quartel, Refuge, Voices of Note continues the good fight for justice, freedom, and perseverance.

Streamed by Voices of Note, April 9 and 10 at 8pm, 


Working: A Musical – Under the Tent Series 

This show explores what makes our work meaningful across all walks of life. Whether it be in an office, a restaurant, your home, or you’ve retired, this musical reminds us to celebrate no only what we do, but how we do it.

Alliance Theater, April 22-May 30, 


Songs to Grow On – Under the Tent Series 

This family-friendly concert features Rob Lawhon performing classic children’s songs from American folk music legend, Woody Guthrie. Join Woody and his dog Arlo as they serenade Atlanta families with songs that celebrate the human spirit.

Alliance Theatre, April 29-May 9, 



This streamed play follows Maneesh, a brilliant programmer at Athena Technologies. After learning the true nature of Athena’s confidential and highly controversial work, he is forced to come to terms with his own American identity and the personal and societal cost of his work.

Alliance Theatre Anywhere, May 1-31, 


An Evening with Eckhart Tolle 

Guests will have the opportunity to sit with best-selling spiritual author Eckhart Tolle as he shares his teachings of spiritual awakening and the transformation of consciousness. The evening will connect you with the peace and serenity that arises from living in the moment.

The Fox Theatre, June 10 at 7pm,



This international film features ensemble members of the Youth Creates and Holland’s Bootcamp as they give audiences a bizarre glimpse into real scenarios that seem lost in the past and future realities of our interspaced dreams.

Complimentary stream by 7 Stages Theatre Company, July 25 at 2pm,