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Duane Michals and Trine Søndergaard. Jackson Fine Art presents a joint exhibition of Michals’ black-and-white photo sequences and Søndergaard’s color portraits. Through December 3. Jackson Fine Art.

Fox Theatre Ghost Tours. Halloween tours offer visitors the chance to learn about the ghosts that are said to haunt the halls of Atlanta’s most famous theater. Through October 29. Fox Theatre.



Adele. The top-selling English singer-songwriter performs two Atlanta concerts. October 28-29. Philips Arena.

CHAMBERlain MUSIC. Atlanta-based chamber ensembles and soloists perform music from Atlanta composers Brian and Nicole Chamberlain. October 29 at 8 p.m. Eyedrum.


Proof. Kenny Leon’s True Colors Theatre presents a new production of David Auburn’s 2001 Tony- and Pulitzer Prize-winning play about the daughter of a recently deceased mathematics professor. Through November 20. Southwest Arts Center.

Appropriate. Actor’s Express presents the regional premiere of Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’ 2014 Obie-winning dark comedy about dysfunctional siblings who gather at their Arkansas home to settle their father’s estate. October 29-November 20. Actor’s Express.



Andrew Young, Harvey Newman and Andrea Young, Andrew Young and the Making of Modern Atlanta. The authors discuss their new book which uses archival material, media accounts and the reflections of elected officials and civic leaders to tell the story of Andrew Young’s role in the making of modern Atlanta. November 1 at 7 p.m. Carter Library.

Changers: Book Three Atlanta Release Party. Authors Allison Glock-Cooper and T Cooper appear along with Decatur-based musician Laurie Ray to celebrate the release of the third in the bestselling authors’ young adult series about high school students with the ability to begin each year with a new body and identity. October 29 at 7:30 p.m. Charis Books.



Pilobolus: Shadowland. The perennially popular New York-based dance company presents its latest, a mix of shadow puppetry, theater, dance, circus and concert. October 27 at 7:30 p.m. Ferst Center for the Arts.

Mr. Gaga. Emory University offers a free screening of Tomer Heymann’s award-winning documentary about renowned choreographer Ohad Naharin as part of the EXPOSED festival of Israeli dance. October 29 at 7:30 p.m. White Hall, Emory University.



Being 17. French director André Téchiné’s latest film focuses on a tormented 17-year-old whose life changes when his bully comes to live in his home. Opens October 28. Landmark Midtown Art Cinema.

The Bard in Bollywood: Maqbool. In conjunction with the exhibition of Shakespeare’s First Folio, Emory’s Carlos Museum screens Indian filmmaker Vishal Bhardwaj’s Shakespeare Trilogy, opening with Maqbool, Bhardwaj’s interpretation of Macbeth set against the backdrop of Mumbai’s criminal underworld. November 1 at 7:30 p.m. Carlos Museum.

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