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Wednesday April 4, 2001 12:04 am EDT

The three extended scenes that make up ART Station's Last Train to Nibroc nicely fit the tried-and-true structure of "Boy Meets Girl, Boy Loses Girl, Boy Gets Girl." Maybe a little too nicely, as Arlene Hutton's WWII-era love story proves wispy despite its charming moments.

Two young people must share a seat on the Santa Fe Super Chief from California to New York. Easy-going Raleigh (Jeremy...

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Wednesday April 4, 2001 12:04 am EDT

Midtown's Eleven50 will be turning Japanese on April 5 as Alchemy House and Universalculture Productions present Kabuki Theater: Suzika's Dream, a live multi-media presentation inspired by Japanese culture.

Kabuki Theater: Suzika's Dream will use fusion and a "cinematic lounge" concept to transform the nightclub environment with dance, music, poetry, video and fashion. Sets, costumes, lighting...

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Wednesday April 4, 2001 12:04 am EDT

Comedy
SCANDAL Dad's Garage presents the return of the improvised soap opera about a little revolving space station over L5P and its scandalous crew. 280 Elizabeth St., Suite C-101. Fridays through June 29. 10:30 p.m. $10. 404-523-2144.

THE LUCKY YATES TALK SHOW Dad's Garage presents Lucky Yates' talk show, featuring local celebrity guests. Includes musical performances by The Valets. Role a...

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Wednesday April 4, 2001 12:04 am EDT
Jason Orr celebrates the art of creativity with FunkJazz Kafe | more...

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Wednesday April 4, 2001 12:04 am EDT
Several Dancers Core goes forward by looking back | more...

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Wednesday April 4, 2001 12:04 am EDT
Aurora's Children of a Lesser God is an eloquent depiction of life in silence | more...

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Wednesday March 28, 2001 12:04 am EST
Theatre in the Square's Streetcar stays on the rails | more...

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Wednesday March 28, 2001 12:04 am EST
Works by German arts educators tread familiar ground | more...

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Wednesday March 28, 2001 12:04 am EST

The Wall Crawlers

Rock Club, a climbing gym located near the Candler Park MARTA station, becomes a different kind of "hang-out" when it hosts the multimedia arts event Lumina City 2.0 on March 30.

The arts collaborative subMedia has organized two prior Lumina City events to showcase Atlanta's underground arts scene. The newest, described as "an exploration of art and video inspired by the...

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Wednesday March 28, 2001 12:04 am EST
Troupe debuts with concept Measure 4 Measure | more...

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Wednesday March 28, 2001 12:04 am EST
Susan V. Booth named Alliance artistic director | more...

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Wednesday March 28, 2001 12:04 am EST
Video art and metal sculpture intersect in subSensory | more...

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Wednesday March 28, 2001 12:04 am EST
If you like your art with cream on top, don't miss the fifth annual erotica art show this weekend. Founded by former Atlanta artist William Downs in the mid-1990s, the show has taken place in various alternative venues around town, including the Lake Claire Baptist Church and the Mattress Factory. This year, it's being held in a subterranean space attached to a seedy strip mall on Howell Mill... | more...

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Wednesday March 28, 2001 12:04 am EST
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Wednesday March 21, 2001 12:04 am EST
Actor's Express stages enigmatic Fefu | more...

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Wednesday March 21, 2001 12:04 am EST

Desdemona, the doomed spouse of jealous Othello, has lived in incarnations both in a Shakespeare tragedy and a Verdi opera. Susan Botti's Telaio: Desdemona, described as an "operatic soliloquy," combines theater and opera to view the role from yet another perspective.

Having its Southeastern premiere at Emory University March 23-24, Telaio: Desdemona draws on both the language of Shakespeare...

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Wednesday March 21, 2001 12:04 am EST
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Wednesday March 21, 2001 12:04 am EST
Soho Myriad show illuminates venue's shortcomings | more...

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Wednesday March 21, 2001 12:04 am EST
Art Within's Sleepwalking, having its world premiere at the 14th Street Playhouse, intends to sweep its audience away in a stream of consciousness. The central character, Thomas (Thad Persons), is in a coma, reliving moments of his life in a nonlinear, cinematically structured way. The flashbacks reveal the drunk driving accident that landed him in the hospital, how Thomas' daughter's death led... | more...

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Wednesday March 21, 2001 12:04 am EST
PushPush handles unconventional Menagerie with care | more...

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Wednesday March 21, 2001 12:04 am EST
Degas exhibition reasserts High's penchant for impressionism | more...

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Wednesday March 14, 2001 12:04 am EST

Nobody in the United States is forced to buy fast food, author Eric Schlosser concludes. "The first step toward meaningful change is by far the easiest: Stop buying it."
Now that shouldn't be difficult for anyone who reads his commentary on the grisly business of cattle slaughtering, the awesome unhealthiness of the food or the fact that "there is shit in the meat," his succinct explanation as...

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Wednesday March 14, 2001 12:04 am EST
In the fall of 1997, two great literary events changed the weather in American letters: Kurt Vonnegut's Timequake and Don DeLillo's Underworld. Vonnegut claimed it would be his last novel and we read with delighted despair. Underworld placed DeLillo unequivocally in the line of succession from Barth, Pynchon and Vonnegut to the next generation of grand figures in this solitary discipline. For... | more...

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Wednesday March 14, 2001 12:04 am EST
Outlook uncertain for African-American theater in Atlanta | more...

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Wednesday March 14, 2001 12:04 am EST
Modern art exhibition bears mark of astute collectors | more...

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Wednesday March 14, 2001 12:04 am EST
Soul-stice's Hay Fever fits screwball to scale | more...

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Wednesday March 14, 2001 12:04 am EST

Comedy
COMEDY RESPONSE UNIT The Red Chair Theatre presents the group to perform its brand of innovative improv. 662 11th St. Fri. and Sat. 10:30 p.m. $7-$10. 404-872-HAHA.
KEN ROGERSON Performs at The Punchline. Wed.-Thurs. at 8:30 p.m., Fri.-Sat. at 8 and 10:30 p.m. and Sun. at 8 p.m. Hilderbrand Drive, Atlanta. March 14-18. $10-$14. 404-352-LAFF
LAUGHING MATTERS The South's longest running...

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Wednesday March 14, 2001 12:04 am EST
Imagine taking a 10-week art class where your assignment is to mount an actual exhibition. That's just what happened to four students in the Gallery Management program at the Atlanta College of Art community education division. Instructor Mustafah Dhada decided that his four students already had the know-how to organize a show. So they did. 4walls debuts and ends on the same night, March 16, at... | more...

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Wednesday March 14, 2001 12:04 am EST

With their avant-garde comic book anthology Raw, editor Francoise Mouly and Pulitzer-winner Art Spiegelman advocated comics for grown-ups. Little Lit, which they bill as a "Raw Junior" book, seeks to reclaim the youngsters, offering a compilation of folk tales rendered by prominent artists from comic books, children's books and the New Yorker magazine.
Parents may disagree as to how suitable...

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Wednesday March 14, 2001 12:04 am EST
As Atlanta's public transportation system grows increasingly inaccessible, it should come as no surprise that self-propulsion is the subject of two shows at Eyedrum this month titled Heavy Metal: The Bikes of Matt Colman and I Am My Transportation. From the banal to the bizarre, a handful of local artists have created a series of works dealing with everything from bicycle and shoe fetishes, to... | more...

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Wednesday March 7, 2001 12:04 am EST
Atlanta Ballet gets modern with New Horizons Program | more...

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Wednesday March 7, 2001 12:04 am EST
Light Up the Sky a self-indulgent portrait of Thespians | more...

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Wednesday March 7, 2001 12:04 am EST
Sensurround Stagings winds up A Lively Clockwork Orange | more...

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Wednesday March 7, 2001 12:04 am EST
First African-American to solo at MOMA featured at High's downtown gallery | more...

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Wednesday March 7, 2001 12:04 am EST

Red Chair Theater, the home venue for the improv group Comedy Response Unit, offers its first theatrical production with Baby With the Bathwater, and the show proves the adage that you've got to start somewhere.
Christopher Durang's characteristically dark comedy of family dysfunction begins with Helen (Jennifer Caldwell) and John (Bran Peacock), a pair of spectacularly unfit parents, at turns...

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Wednesday March 7, 2001 12:04 am EST
Henry Rollins barbecues sacred cows and serves 'em up for dinner | more...

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Wednesday March 7, 2001 12:04 am EST
Paul Jones collection leaves Atlanta for Delaware | more...

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Wednesday March 7, 2001 12:04 am EST

Comedy
SCANDAL Dad's Garage presents the return of the improvised soap opera about a little revolving space station over L5P and its scandalous crew. 280 Elizabeth St., Suite C-101. Fridays through June 29. 10:30 p.m. $10. 404-523-2144.
THE LUCKY YATES TALK SHOW Dad's Garage presents Lucky Yates' funny talk show, featuring local celebrity guests. Includes musical performances by The Valets....

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Wednesday February 28, 2001 12:04 am EST

Comedy
COMEDY RESPONSE UNIT The Red Chair Theatre presents the group to perform its brand of innovative improv. 662 11th St. Fri. and Sat. 10:30 p.m. $7-$10. 404-872-HAHA.
HENRY CHO A Korean-American comedian with a deep East Tennessee drawl, Cho makes audiences laugh with his own brand of Southern-style comedy. Cho will co-star in the Farrelly Brothers new film, Say It Isn't So. The Punchline,...

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Wednesday February 28, 2001 12:04 am EST
Tennessee Williams: The South's bard or its slanderer? | more...

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Wednesday February 28, 2001 12:04 am EST
Passion and pathos erupt from a collection of two-dimensional prints currently on exhibit at Oglethorpe University. German Expressionism (1912-1929): Graphic Works From the Lindenau Museum Altenburg, Germany communicates the prescient power of art. Just after World War I, a group of then radical artists led by Conrad Felixmüller broke from known art traditions, projecting assertive color and... | more...

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Wednesday February 28, 2001 12:04 am EST
On March 3, join the celebration of Firecracker, a new Atlanta-based arts magazine, and POP Films' upcoming documentary on punk band Hot Water Music with a silent art auction and party at the Mattress Factory. Organizers promise live entertainment with Pelican City, Benjamin Lovett and Tonya Abernathy, surrounded by the art of 50 locals including Wade Thompson, Erin Bennett, Ryan Lincicome,... | more...

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Wednesday February 28, 2001 12:04 am EST


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Abstein Gallery
558 14th St., Atlanta 30318
404-872-8020
Hours: 8:30 - 5:30 M-F, 10-4 Saturday
Directions: I-75/85 to 14th St., 1 mile west, adjacent to Georgia Lighting

Albert's Art & Mirrors
777 Miami Circle, Atlanta 30324
404-233-3744
Hours: 10-5 Tues.-Sat.

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Wednesday February 28, 2001 12:04 am EST

Shoppers minding their own business at Lenox Square March 2-3 may be surprised to notice entertainers from another continent and another era. The Japan Foundation will sponsor free shows by an award-winning troupe specializing in "daidogei," or Japanese street performance, an artistic style that dates back to the 12th century.
Dressed in colorful traditional kimonos, the performers include Chuu...

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Wednesday February 28, 2001 12:04 am EST
Palimpsest examines history, both real and imagined | more...

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Saturday February 24, 2001 12:04 am EST
Repertory projects put players through their paces | more...

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Saturday February 24, 2001 12:04 am EST

Comedy
COMEDY RESPONSE UNIT The Red Chair Theatre presents the group to perform its brand of innovative improv. 662 11th St. Fri. and Sat. 9:30 p.m. $7. 404-872-HAHA.
KIP ADDOTTA Considered a genuine hipster, the comedian brings his stand-up act to town, featuring a number of his unique songs such as "It's the Liquor. The Punchline, 290 Hilderbrand Drive. Feb. 21-25. Wed.-Thurs. 8:30 p.m., Fri....

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Saturday February 24, 2001 12:04 am EST
Theater Emory tackles sexual abuse in Jersey City | more...

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Saturday February 24, 2001 12:04 am EST
Coppelia is given full-scale production by Gwinnett Dance Ensemble | more...

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Saturday February 24, 2001 12:04 am EST
Artists' books are Unbound at Agnes Scott College | more...