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Out of Hand Theater will stream its one-actor Conceal and Carry  on Saturday, April 19, via Zoom. The piece takes on gun violence in America by delving into the psyche of a liberal gun owner and the cryptic history of the NRA. Conceal and Carry was first performed in homes across Atlanta last fall and winter. The evening begins with a “cocktail” meet-and-greet at 7:30 p.m. The 8 p.m. performance is followed by a post-performance conversation with playwright Sean Lewis and Louisa Basarrate of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America. Free. Reservations required. Go HERE.


Synchronicity Theatre’s family-friendly musical Bob Marley’s Three Little Birds streams for free now through April 26. It follows a boy named Ziggy who wants to enjoy his beautiful island but is kept inside by his fear of evil spirits, tropical storms and bandits — until a few feathered friends help him out. Donations welcome. Go HERE and use the password MARLEY.


Spalding Nix Fine Art continues its series of Instagram Live Artist Talks at 11 a.m. today (April 16) with Atlanta’s Marc Chatov, a leading contemporary portrait painter. Upcoming talks — all at 11 a.m. — feature interdisciplinary artist Trish Andersen (Tuesday, April 21); street folk artist Kyle Brooks, aka BlackCatTips (April 23); and Heather Lancaster (April 30). Go HERE for each.


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