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The Pigeoning

Center for Puppetry Arts - 1404 Spring St. N.W. Atlanta, GA 30309 

Convinced the pigeons are plotting against him, Frank sets out on an adventure to solve a problem that perhaps isn’t really there in this darkly comedic yet heartfelt story that spins articulate puppetry, live music, and lo-fi special effects into an epic tale about the illusion of safety and control in the context of the end of the world.

Shows Friday-Sunday | Ages 13+

Downstairs Theater. Details.

August Burns Red

The Tabernacle - 152 Luckie St. N.W. Atlanta, GA 30303 $25. 6:30 p.m. 

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Closing party for “The Art of the Portrait”

Blue Mark Studios - 892 Jefferson St N.W.. Atlanta, GA 30318 Free. 7 p.m.

Please join us for the closing party and cocktail reception of “The Art of the Portrait.” This show is a group exhibition featuring four contemporary artists exploring the traditional subject matter of portraiture. Featuring work by Ambler Hutchinson, Jessica Becker, Jane Shirek, and Hollis A. King.

“Looking” by Norm Foster

Onion Man Productions - 5522 New Peachtree Road Chamblee, GA 30341 $12-$16. 7:30 p.m.

From the playwright of the hit comedy “The Love List” comes the story of four middle-aged singles whose love lives are stuck in a rut. When a blind date brings the four of them together, they soon find themselves forced to deal with their own relationship issues and each other. A touching romantic comedy that shows us how sometimes the only thing preventing us from finding true love is ourselves.

Karaoke With Omni, Rated Age and Organized Boys DJs

529 Bar - 529 Flat Shoals Ave. S.E. Atlanta, GA 30316 $10. 9 p.m.

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