Dawoud Bey: An American Project continues at the High Museum of Art. The photography exhibit traces lines across 45 years of Bey’s career and his engagement with young Black subjects and African American history. The title intentionally inserts his photographs into the long-running conversation about what it means to represent America with a camera. Through March 14, 2021. Details HERE. COVID-19 precautions HERE.
A Christmas Carol: The Live Radio Play, a departure from the Alliance Theatre’s usual A Christmas Carol, opens outdoors Friday (December 4) in the parking lot at the Georgia State University stadium (18 Georgia Ave. S.E. at Hank Aaron Drive). The drive-in production features four storytellers: Jeremy Aggers, Stuart Gerber, Jeanette Illidge and Brad Raymond, who perform live, with big screens for an interactive experience. Tickets ($75–$145) are sold per car only (maximum of six passengers). Through December 23. Tickets, details HERE. Also available to stream via Alliance Theatre Anywhere.
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