‘In The Heights:’ Visionary Play Leaves Atlanta with Life Lessons

  |  Topic: Entertainment, Reviews, Theatre
Written By: Rebecca Jeltuhin
In the Heights Theatrical Outlet

As everyone is hopping onto the “Hamilton” bandwagon, people must not forget the magnificence of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s first notable work, “In the Heights,” which won four Tony Awards in 2008 and was actually the first hip-hop style musical introduced to the Broadway stage.

8 Artsy Summer Opportunities for Teens

  |  Topic: Art, I heart ATL, Theatre
Written By: Arlena McClenton
Photo courtesy of Girls Rock Camp

If you’re looking for the next level in artistic summer opportunities, look no further. These programs help teens learn about the visual arts, musical instruments, writing, film production and drama.

“Disgraced” Tackles Timely, Powerful Muslim American Themes

  |  Topic: Culture, Entertainment, Identity, Opinion, Politics, Race/Ethnicity, Relationships, Religion, Reviews, Theatre
Written By: Rebecca Jeltuhin

The true conflict of the play — where the audience becomes absolutely still and speechless — is at the dinner party that Amir and his wife host to celebrate her paintings being shown at a gallery.

Georgia Ensemble’s Classic Comedy “Charley’s Aunt” Still Entertains 124 Years Later

  |  Topic: Entertainment, Reviews, Theatre
Written By: Rebecca Jeltuhin

This month, the Georgia Ensemble Theatre in Roswell took a stab at putting on the gender switch up classic only to find the venue was sold out, the audience was on the edge of its seats and laughing with tears of joy falling down their cheeks.