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What to see, hear and do this week, July 13–20

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Stefan Tcherepnin: Forgetting. In the artist’s video piece, two Muppet-like creatures explore the historic Coney Island boardwalk property bulldozed by Donald Trump’s father, real estate developer Fred Trump, in 1966. Through July 23. Atlanta Contemporary.

Luminous Animals. A group show for work by artists from Nashville’s Zeitgeist Gallery. Through July 29. Whitespace Gallery.


Texas Outlaws Invasion: A Tribute to Waylon, Willie and the Boys. A lineup of bands and singer-songwriters pays tribute to the music of Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings. July 13 at 8 p.m. Smith’s Olde Bar.


Annie Get Your Gun. Dunwoody’s Stage Door Players present a new production of Irving Berlin’s classic musical based on the life of sharpshooter Annie Oakley. July 14–August 6. Stage Door.

Atlanta PodPlays. Found Stages Theatre presents a series of audio plays that viewers listen to on headphones as they walk through the Little Five Points neighborhood. July 15 at 5 p.m. Findley Plaza, Little Five Points.


Peter Eisner, MacArthur’s Spies. The author discusses his new work of history about three soldiers who refused to surrender during World War II by hiding in the Luzon hills above Bataan and Manila for more than two years. July 13 at 8 p.m. Atlanta History Center.

Ricki Schultz and Susan Sands. The two Georgia writers discuss their new novels: Schultz’s Mr. Right-Swipe and Sands’ Forever, Alabama. July 17 at 7:15 p.m. Decatur Library.


the room for tender choreographies. Lauri Stallings of glo presents her work as one of MOCA-GA’s Working Artists with dancers performing during the museum’s opening hours throughout the exhibition. July 15–August 1. Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia.


Steamboat Willie and The Legend Lives On. The Fox Theatre presents a free double-feature: GPB’s documentary The Legend Lives On: Atlanta’s Fox Theatre about the Fox’s history, paired with Walt Disney’s classic Mickey Mouse cartoon Steamboat Willie, which screened at the Fox’s 1928 grand opening times. July 16 at 2 p.m. Fox Theatre.

Moka. A grieving woman pursues a couple whom she suspects of killing her son in Frédéric Mermoud’s 2016 Franco-Swiss psychological thriller based on the novel by Tatiana de Rosnay. Opens July 14. Landmark Midtown Art Cinema.