People tend to check in during these times:
If you are looking for parking, come down Marietta Street (near CNN Center) and turn on Cone Street. Go about a block and the LAZ parking deck is in your right. Parking vouchers at the theatre.
On June 25th 1963, this is where the first "Herren's Restaurant" in Atlanta desegregated. The restaurant closed but its now home to Atlanta’s Theatrical Outfit.
Get a Philly steak sandwich next door at Luckie cafe before the show. Yum.
Always a great show. They have a special approach to musicals.
This is the first LEED-Certified "green" theatre in the United States!
Cafe Intermezzo just opened up less than 2 blocks from the theater. I liked the biscotti martini!
grab a slice of loaded baked potato pizza at SLICE around the corner and then check out some bluegrass music and great storytelling by Tom Key with, "A Christmas Memory." you'll love it!
Looking for a tasty bite or drink before or after the show? Try Slice (pizza/bar) or Sidebar (Cuban/American/bar) on Poplar St., around the corner. Also: Landmark (24-h. diner) across the street.
See a play in this historic theater under the artistic direction of Tom Key.