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Upcoming Art and Theater 
Quick Sparklies posted by The Centaur ~ February 26, 2002

In the next few weeks, some good friends are having public showings of their art and acting,
SO I want to encourage everyone to go and support our friends in the arts.

The Blue Tower Gallery. First is the opening of the Blue Tower Gallery in the West End. The charming and lovely Sandi Billingsly will be one of the artists featured at Blue Tower Gallery's "A Collection of Eclectic Art," showcasing her vivid paintings as well as a new series of challenging black and white works. The opening is Saturday March 1st, free to the public from 12 to 9 with a complimentary  reception from 7 to 9. There will be a party from 9 to 2, which is $10 including drinks. I believe the gallery is also open to the public Sunday as well.

Take 75/85 South to I20 West.  
Take Lee Street Exit (#558) and take a left onto Lee.
At the second signal turn left onto Ralph David Abernathy.
At the second signal take a right onto Murphy Avenue. 
(Murphy is just beyond the bridge, so look sharp!)
Turn left into the Chandler-Smith Warehouses.
There should be someone directing you in to building A6.
Call (678) 910-8590 or (770) 630-3052 for more info.

Hamlet in repertory with Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead. Second is the dual showing of Hamlet and Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead by Vision Quest Theater Company. Local actor, director, artist and artificial intelligence guru Jim Davies is in this repertory production of these complementary plays, with the same actors playing the same roles on alternate nights:


According to Jim, "... the opening nights are Thursday the 20th (Hamlet) and Friday the 21st (Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead). There will be free wine and dessert and after R & G on the 21st there will be a DJed dance party. Tickets are $25 dollars per person per show. If you get a group of 15 or more, and pay in advance for a performance, you can get a group discount of $2 off per ticket. I recommend seeing Hamlet first, because R & G makes much more sense that way."

To sum up. There is no sum up.

That's all for now, folks. Enjoy.
-The Centaur
Renaissance Engineer

Art Galleries

- Blue Tower Gallery

Theater Companies

- Vision Quest
- Dad's Garage
- Push Push

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