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What to see and do this week, March 16–23

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Inner Space. A group exhibition curated by Joe Tsambiras and Marianne Lambert considers various styles and approaches in contemporary printmaking. Through March 31. Swan Coach House Gallery.

Blue Willow. Poem 88 presents new works by five Korean-American artists: InKyoung Chun, Namwon Choi, Wihro Kim, Jiha Moon and Jaeyoun Shin. Opening March 18 at 6 p.m. Exhibition through April 29. Poem 88.


Donald Cried. A slick Wall Street banker is forced to confront his working class roots when he returns to his hometown to bury his grandmother in writer-director-actor Kris Avedisian’s new comedy-drama. Opens March 17. Landmark Midtown Art Cinema.

The Last Enemy. Nine Palestinian, Israeli and Jordanian actors work together to prepare an Off-Broadway play about the Palestinian-Israeli conflict in this award-winning 2000 film. The Emory screening will be introduced by the filmmaker and followed by a Q&A featuring actress Naomi Ackerman. March 22 at 7:30 p.m. White Hall 205, Emory University.


Regina Spektor. The Moscow-born American singer-songwriter and pianist tours in support of her latest album Remember Us to Life. March 16 at 8 p.m. Tabernacle.

St. Patrick’s Day with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Cherish The Ladies. The ASO performs traditional Irish favorites with the Grammy-nominated Irish-American all-female musical group. March 17–18. Symphony Hall.


A Soldier’s Story. Atlanta’s New African Grove Theatre presents a new production of Charles Fuller’s 1982 Pulitzer Prize-winning drama about the murder of a black sergeant in a segregated army camp in Louisiana in 1944. March 17–26. South Fulton Arts Center.

White Woman in Progress. Atlanta actress Tara Ochs performs in the world premiere of her one-woman show inspired by her role as civil rights activist Viola Liuzzo in the Oscar-nominated movie Selma. March 17–April 9. 7 Stages.


Tiphanie Yanique. The Virgin Islands-born prose writer, poet and Wesleyan professor reads from her work.  March 20 at 6:30 p.m. Jones Room, Woodruff Library, Emory University.


Gennadi’s Choice. The Atlanta Ballet performs a mixed program of work representative of the aesthetic and style of the company’s new artistic director, Gennadi Nedvigin, including selections from Paquita, the North American premiere of Vespertine by Liam Scarlett and the world premiere of Denouement by Gemma Bond. March 17–19. Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre.

Bolshoi Ballet: A Contemporary Evening. The Bolshoi broadcasts a program of contemporary works including Harald Lander’s homage to classical ballet Études and Alexei Ratmansky’s folklore-inspired Russian Seasons. March 19 at 12:55 p.m. Area movie theaters.