Winnie-the-Pooh brings back memories

Explore a classic exhibition through July 8 at the Woodruff Arts Center

Winnie The Pooh
Photo credit: A’riel Tinter
OH BOTHER: The first day of rehearsals for the Alliance Theatre’s 2018/2019 production of Winnie-the-Pooh.

Pooh, Piglet, and other pals guide audience members of all ages on a joyride of wild adventures. A.A. Milne’s playful tale, Winnie-The-Pooh, has popped off the page since 1926, and now the beloved characters are literally being brought to life. The High Museum and Alliance Theatre present their fourth born child, a collab exhibit and theatrical production based on the memorable characters that warmed our childhood hearts. Original sketches and vintage memorabilia in combination with a hilarious live performance remind friends and families that the smallest gestures can make the biggest difference. The exhibit will run through September 2, but the multidimensional journey of the Alliance Theatre, layered with hijinks and problem-solving, will run through July 8. Whether it be making new memories or reminiscing on your childhood, the Woodruff Arts Center’s got you covered with this timeless classic.

$5-$15. Various times. Thurs.-Sun., June 7-July 8. Rich Theatre at the Woodruff Arts Center, 1280 W. Peachtree St. N.E. 404-733-4650.

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