Horizon Theatre premieres Love, M. in conjunction with World AIDS Day at 7 p.m. Tuesday (December 1). The dramedy by Atlanta playwright Clarinda Ross follows mothers, sons and AIDS activists in the early days of the AIDS crisis. Tuesday’s premiere is free and will include a pre-show welcome, the performance and a post-show conversation moderated by journalist Patrick L. Riley. The cast: the ubiquitous Terry Burrell, Chris Hecke (Horizon’s Completeness), Lamman Rucker (OWN’s Greenleaf) and Ross. Heidi McKerley directs. Love, M. should be available online until the end of December.
Improvised Made–for–TV Christmas Movie, a riff on those omnipresent Hallmark movies, returns to Dad’s Garage Theatre Company at 8 p.m. Friday (November 28) and continues Friday–Saturday through December 19. The virtual show is streamed live at each performance under strict safety conditions, so every show will be different. Husband-and-wife funny people Kevin Gillese and Amber Nash (TV’s Archer) headline the improv cast. The ever-evolving script is by Topher Payne. Jon Carr directs. $15. Details, tickets HERE.
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