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From the monochrome theatrics of 1942’s “Casablanca” to the enthralling choreography of 2016’s “La La Land,” it’s safe to say that throughout history, people have always loved a good romance. Maybe it’s nice to project onto all the hopeless romantic characters or finally be able to visualize your own happily ever after. No matter what…

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On Sept. 15, I attended a performance of the national tour of the Broadway musical “Pretty Woman” at the Fox Theatre in Midtown Atlanta. As I am a playwright, and theater enthusiast myself, I was beaming with excitement to view this production. Set in 1980s California, the show follows a young sex worker Vivian Ward, played…

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“Pretty Woman: The Musical,” based on the hit 1990 romantic comedy, is an emotional ride. The actors brilliantly displayed every feeling throughout their portrayal at the Fox Theatre on Sept. 15. The show features two protagonists: Vivian Ward, played by Olivia Valli, and Edward Lewis, played by Adam Pascal (who is perhaps best known as…

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Director Bartlett Sher’s critically acclaimed revival of the 1964 Broadway classic “Fiddler on the Roof” brings the tale of Tevye, a poor Jewish dairyman living in Tsarist Russia, and his family to Atlanta’s Fox Theatre. Tevye (Yehezkel Lazarov) is a peasant who tries to marry off his five daughters to prospective husbands in hopes that…

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The classic Tony-winning Broadway musical “Fiddler on the Roof,” with music by Jerry Bock, lyrics by Sheldon Harnick and based on a book by author Joseph Stein follows dairyman Tevye in his struggles to balance tradition with modernity, along with his journey to find his five daughters suitable husbands. The production, which has been a…

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