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Critic's Notebook: September's Top Five

A monthly listing of art critic Andrew Alexander’s picks for the top five arts events in Atlanta:

5. Topher Payne's Perfect Arrangement at Process Theatre, Sep. 12 to Oct. 4.
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4. The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra's 2014-15 Season opens, Sep. 25.
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3. Natasha Trethewey's Native Guard at the Alliance Theatre, Sep. 26 to Oct. 19.
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2. Julian Sands: A Celebration of Harold Pinter at Emory's Schwartz Center, Sep. 22.
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1. gloATL's cloth at the Goat Farm Arts Center, Sep. 10-14.
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