Over The Picket Fence

Date Nights through the Spring. Here’s a great way to ensure six nights out over the coming months — season tickets at Stage Door.

For as little as $78 per ticket, you can pick your show night for each of the following great shows presented by Dunwoody’s award-winning community theater: “The Andrews Brothers” (that’s right, ‘Brothers.’ This one’s a madcap musical.); “Something’s Afoot (It’s the holiday show also titled “Holmes for the Holidays,” a whodunit that will premiere regionally at Stage Door; “On Golden Pond” (love that Norman Thayer); “Miracle on South Division Street” (A comedy and drama set in New York’s East Side); “Godspell” (I first saw that in Ford’s Theater. Love the lyrics); and “The Odd Couple” (Felix and Oscar forever.)

To view season ticket options, call 770-396-1726 or visit stagedoorplayers.net.

Photo Finish. The Spruill Gallery opens a new exhibit next week that will put a great finish to your summer.

“Inspiring Connections” is a photography exhibit by Colorado photographer Steve Chinn. You’ll find beautiful selections of his images taken in his travels through the western United States.

The exhibit opens Sept. 5 at the Ashford Dunwoody Road gallery. Call 770-394-4019 for more details.

Sitting for the SAT? The fall prep course at the Marcus Jewish Community Center begins Sept. 10 and runs through Oct. 13.

Open to the public, the course will include 24 hours of small group instruction, three mock tests and educational materials. Cost is $515 with discounts for MJCCA members.

Email Stacie.graff@atlantajcc.org for more details.


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