Play On: Top Theatre Productions
Atlanta has a lot to offer in the drama department. Don’t miss these special performances and experiences. Plus, here’s a list of Nutcracker productions in Atlanta.
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Journey down the rabbit hole for a musical adventure with Peter Rabbit and beloved characters from Beatrix Potter’s stories. Through Dec. 23.
Enter The Apartment Building to see how residents are preparing for the holiday and staying warm from the cold of winter. Through Dec. 23.
This spectacular performance combines poetry, stagecraft, acrobatics and technology as heroine Future discovers her choices have the potential to change the world. Through Jan. 21.
The beloved musical about a young orphan shows us that sunshine is always right around the corner. Dec. 5-10.
The musical story of a WWII flyer who meets the the Little Prince and journeys with him through planets and encounters with peculiar inhabitants. Dec. 8-24.
Not-to-Miss Holiday Productions
Based on the beloved 1964 stop-motion special, see Rudolph and his misfit friends learn that it’s okay for them to be exactly who they are. Through Dec. 31.
Veterans Bob Wallace and Phil Davis follow a duo of beautiful singing sisters en route to their Christmas show at a Vermont lodge in this musical. Through Dec. 17.
This adaptation of the famous story will include a reimagined set design and striking costumes. Through Dec. 24.
This holiday tradition shows the magic of Christmas with songs, comic sketches and trips down memory lane. Nov. 24-Dec. 23.
Jim, an Atlanta streetcar driver, struggles to make ends meet during the holiday season, and he goes to great lengths to buy a gift for his wife Della. Nov. 25-Dec. 10.
Based on the hit movie, Theatrical Outfit performs this classic as all 9-year-old Ralphie Parker wants is a Red Ryder air rifle for Christmas! Nov. 29-Dec. 24.
This one-man show was adapted by and stars Stuart W. Schleuse. Nov. 30-Dec. 16.
Celebrate the holidays with this Dickens classic where a miser learns the error of his ways. Dec. 1-24.
Piccadilly Puppets presents the classic holiday poem through the eyes of a mouse who was an eyewitness to the whole affair. Dec. 2.
On a fateful Christmas Eve, Scrooge will learn the meaning of Christmas spirit with song and holiday cheer. Dec. 2-23.
Be immersed in this holiday classic told as a one-man show. Dec. 8-23.
This comic juggling show celebrates holiday traditions around the world. Dec. 9.
Watch two holiday-themed puppet performances: “North Pole Fa-La-La-La Follies” and “Trouble in Toyland.” Dec. 14-16 and 20-22.
Presented by Storybook Theater, this play recounts the story of miserly Ebenezer Scrooge who is visited by ghosts. Dec. 19-22.