All posts by "Joel Lerner"

Stage performances of classic fairy tales should offer fresh, innovative takes on the familiar stories they showcase. “Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella” at the Fox Theatre checked off all those boxes. ...

Before a single actor even took the stage, audiences were clapping their hands and bobbing their heads along to the tune of “December 1963 (Oh, What a Night),” which echoed ...

For fans of young-adult romance movies, two terminally ill teens falling in love may not seem like an original concept. While “Five Feet Apart” initially invokes the same feelings as ...

Imagine if the most chaotic moment of your life was captured in a musical. “Waitress,” which premiered at the Fox Theater on Feb. 5, accomplishes just that as actors expertly ...

The babble of students, families and art patrons surrounded the Woodruff Arts Symphony Hall on the evening of Jan. 19 for the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra performance. Throughout the night, the ...

One glance at the title of Sophie Hannah’s latest book, “How to Hold a Grudge: From Resentment to Contentment — the Power of Grudges to Transform Your Life,” and I ...

“Aquaman” effortlessly enlivens the grand kingdom of Atlantis, investing the audience in a classic hero’s journey that traverses the world and the seven seas. Directed by James Wan, “Aquaman” clocks ...

Oxford College’s production of “The Arsonists,” which ran from Oct. 18 to 20 at the Tarbutton Theater, tells the harrowing story of a town that fears nothing more than fire. ...

The set of the musical remake of 2003 film “School of Rock” changed from a fully constructed classroom to an apartment in the blink of an eye. The musical, which ...