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    Back N Black: The Ac/dc Experience
    Earl Smith Strand TheatreSeptember 19, 2014 8:00 PM
    117 North Park Square
    Marietta, GA 30060
    America's Premiere AC/DC Tribute
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    Perfect Arrangement
    OnStage AtlantaSeptember 19, 2014 8:00 PM
    2969 East Ponce De Leon Avenue
    Decatur, GA 30030
    Topher Payne, Atlanta's "best local playwright" ("Creative Loafing, The GA Voice"), sets this raucous satire in 1950s Washington, D.C., where a State Department official and his secretary -- both gay and both locked firmly in the closet -- have been tasked with ferreting out homosexuals in the department. To avoid detection, they've come up with what seems like the "Perfect Arrangement": they've married each others' partners. But their sitcom-like situation may come crashing down around them when an employee discovers their deception. The play was originally developed at The Process Theatre and now returns after a hit run at D.C.'s Source Festival and winning the 2014 Osborn New Play Award from the American Theatre Critics Association.
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    Grandfather Sun, Grandmother Moon: Wixárika Arts of Modern West Mexico
    Michael C. Carlos MuseumSeptember 19, 2014 12:00 PM
    571 South Kilgo Circle
    Atlanta, GA 30322
    Grandfather Sun, Grandmother Moon: Wixárika Arts of Modern West Mexico is an exhibit showcasing artwork by the indigenous people of modern Western Mexico, the Wixárika, sometimes known as Huichol. Their art is colorful, dynamic, very detailed and precise and is often centered around their sacred symbols like the deer, the moon and the sun, jaguars, scorpions, peyote cactus, shamans and maize plants.  
     
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    God Spoke the Earth: Stories of Genesis in Prints and Drawings
    Michael C. Carlos MuseumSeptember 19, 2014 12:00 PM
    571 South Kilgo Circle
    Atlanta, GA 30322
    Albrecht Dürer (1471-1528), a German painter well known for his woodcuts, is referred to as the greatest artist of the Northern Renaissance. The exhibit God Spoke the Earth: Stories of Genesis in Prints and Drawings broaches the story of the first days of creation through the fall of man. Dürer's Adam and Eva from 1504 is the centerpiece of the display.  
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    Antigone Rising With Special Guest, Trina Hamlin
    Eddie's AtticSeptember 19, 2014 7:00 PM
    515 North McDonough Street
    Decatur, GA 30030
    Brought together by the infectious energy of New York City's Greenwich Village, Antigone Rising was formed in 1993 by sisters Cathy and Kristen Henderson. Antigone Rising's music takes many of the whimsical and nostalgic themes and tropes from country music, but foregrounds more complex guitar arrangements that owe more to 70s era rock and roll than contemporary country music. Despite a rotating cast of band members, Antigone Rising continues to release music in the 21st century as well as tour.
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    Keb Mo
    Atlanta Botanical GardenSeptember 19, 2014 8:00 PM
    1345 Piedmont Avenue Northeast
    Atlanta, GA 30309
    Starting her career with The Staple Singers in the 1950s with the hit "Uncloudy Day," Mavis Staples has managed to maintain a fairly successful decades-long career that has spawned nearly countless memorable R&B, gospel and soul songs. After releasing music with her eponymous family band throughout the 1950s and 1960s, Mavis struck out on her own with her debut solo LP in 1969. In true form on her solo material, Mavis displays great power with her voice and demonstrates a mighty devotion to the gospel singers who have come before her, paving the road for her career's trajectory. Turning 70 years old in 2009, Mavis shows no signs of slowing down and she frequently appears at music festivals around the United States.
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