Ain’t Too Proud: The Life and Times of The Temptations
March 8 through 13
The electrifying, new smash-hit Broadway musical follows The Temptations’ extra-ordinary journey from the streets of Detroit to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. With their signature dance moves and silky-smooth harmonies, they rose to the top of the charts creating an amazing 42 Top Ten Hits with 14 reaching number one. Buy tickets at foxtheatre.org.
A Chorus Line
City Springs Theatre
March 11 through 27
A Chorus Line is a stunning concept musical capturing the spirit and tension of a Broadway chorus audition. Exploring the inner lives and bittersweet ambitions of professional Broadway performers, the show features one powerhouse number after another. Buy tickets at cityspringstheatre.com.
Bina’s 6 Apples
March 11 through 27
Bina’s family grows the finest apples in all of Korea. But when war forces her to flee her home, Bina is alone in the world with just six precious apples to her name. Can these meager possessions help her find her family? Buy tickets at alliancetheatre.org.
When Last We Flew
Out Front Theatre
March 17 through April 2
After stealing his local library’s only copy of “Angels in America,” misfit teenager Paul locks himself in the bathroom and begins reading the landmark play. He soon finds that his life and the lives of those around him in his small Kansas suburb are about to take flight, and over the course of a seemingly ordinary day, extraordinary things start to happen. Buy tickets at outfronttheatre.com.
Legacy of Light
March 18 through April 10
Two women scientists from different worlds — France in the 1700s and modern-day New Jersey — share the common bonds of motherhood, ambition, balance, and love. This relevant and contemporary comedy takes us through the science of planets, dark matter, philosophy, and fertility, as it explores what women contribute to the worlds of science and family. Buy tickets at synchrotheatre.com.
I AM ATL Woman
March 25 through 27
“I AM ATL Woman” is Giwayen Mata’s premier performance work dedicated to the actual lived experiences of our native Atlanta company members and audience members alike, who in addition to being southern women, have also grown up in families with significant African diasporic identities. Buy tickets at 7stages.org.
What is Left Unspoken, Love
March 25 through August 14
This exhibit, featuring contemporary artworks from 1987 to 2021, address the different ways the most important thing in life — love — is expressed. Buy tickets at high.org.
March 26 through April 17
In 1905 New York, an independent woman creates beautiful lingerie for clients that range from white society mavens on the Upper East Side to prostitutes in the Tenderloin district. As she works toward her dream of opening a beauty salon for Black women, she earns the trust, respect and friendship of her diverse customers. And when she enters into a romantic correspondence with a mysterious pen pal, her quest for empowerment and self-actualization takes unexpected turns. Buy tickets at actors-express.com.
Bottoms Up! Drag Brunch with Roxxxy Andrews
Enjoy this boozy drag brunch featuring special guest Roxxxy Andrews from “RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars,” hosted by Wussy Mag. Buy tickets at citywinery.com.
Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers Tribute Concert
The Grand Theatre
In honor of the Booth Museum’s Kenny Rogers exhibit, they will host a tribute Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers concert featuring Dave Karl, a member of Legends in Concert in Las Vegas, as Kenny and Karen Hester, who recently won “Clash of the Cover Bands,” as Dolly. Buy tickets at boothmuseum.org and thegrandtheatre.org.
City Springs Byers Theatre
This exciting Rubyversary show will include some of the favorite songs the Atlanta Gay Men’s Chorus has performed over the last 40 years. Buy tickets at voicesofnote.org.
Atlanta Ballet 2 at Gas South Theater
April 15 through 17
Magic Mirror on the wall, which enchanting fairy tale ballet will be enjoyed by one and all? In this one-hour ballet version of Snow White choreographed by Bruce Wells, audiences will enjoy following the young heroine and her prince as they outwit the schemes of the Evil Queen. Buy tickets at atlantaballet.com.
Todrick Hall: The Femuline Tour
Atlanta Symphony Hall
Multi-talented LGBTQ icon Todrick Hall brings his international tour to Atlanta. Buy tickets through at todrickhall.com.
BenDeLaCreme is… READY TO BE COMMITTED
“RuPaul’s Drag Race” icon BenDeLaCreme comes to Atlanta on her spring tour with this one-queen extravaganza blending burlesque, comedy, and original music with her signature Terminally Delightful charm. Buy tickets at bendelacreme.com.
AWC’s Finding Home
Grace United Methodist Church
The Atlanta Women’s Chorus will perform songs that speak of and to the concept of home, whether that is the place you grew up, where you live now, the people that mean the most to you, your hometown, your chosen family, heavenly home, or your country. Buy tickets at voicesofnote.org.
Homos, Or Everyone in America
Out Front Theatre
May 5 through 21
“Love is love” — but is navigating it any less complicated today? Told through interweaving glimpses into the life of an everyday couple unexpectedly confronted by a vicious crime, this play is a fearless, funny, heart-on-its-sleeve examination of the moments that can bring two people together — or pull them apart. Buy tickets at outfronttheatre.com.
May 6 through June 12
In turns shocking, humorous and poignant, Roe reflects the fierce debate over Roe vs. Wade through the personal journey of “Jane Roe” herself. This historically sweeping play by award- winning author Lisa Loomer cuts through the headlines to reveal the twists and turns in the amazing true story of Roe in the years following the fateful decision. Buy tickets at horizontheatre.com.
Star Wars: Return of the Jedi in Concert
Atlanta Symphony Hall
May 6 through 7
Join the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra for the ultimate cinematic experience as the movie is displayed on a 40-ft screen while the symphony performs the film score live. Buy tickets at aso.org.
May 12 through June 12
“Bootycandy” is an audacious series of subversive vignettes that explore what it means to grow up gay and Black in America. Buy tickets at actors-express.com.
May 25 through June 26
Inspired by the iconic and beloved 1983 Paramount Pictures film, “Trading Places” is a hilarious and contemporary musical reimagining of the prince and pauper fable. Billie Rae Valentine, a savvy hustler down on her luck, and Louis Winthorpe III, a minted commodities-trading firm director, have their lives deliberately switched by the devious Duke brothers to settle a petty bet in an outrageous debate of nature versus nurture. Buy tickets at alliancetheatre.org.
Kenny Leon’s True Colors Theatre
June 14 through July 10
Fannie Lou Hamer was the baby of her family, who were sharecroppers with 19 children before her. After working on plantations for most of her adult life, she joined the Civil Rights movement. Three years after attending a rally, she co-founded a new political party to advocate for Black voting rights. Buy tickets at truecolorstheatre.org.