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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.

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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.

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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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