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Atlanta Radio Theater Company Hosts Classical Christmas Presentation to Benefit CVI

Picture of individuals performing at the radio theatreAre you ready for some holiday cheer? Want an activity you can enjoy with friends and family? Want to contribute to CVI? Then look no further. The Atlanta Radio Theatre Company is proud to host once again its presentation of An Atlanta Christmas at the Academy Theatre. In a season awash with Marley’s Ghost from London and Sugarplum Fairies from Germany, the Atlanta Radio Theatre Company brings you back home to the Deep South with a series of stories told in audio to inspire the imagination. Poignant and funny, it will bring back precious memories of Christmas past and our city’s past.

This classical Christmas production will be held on two days: Saturday, December 12th at 8:00 p.m.; and Sunday, December 13th at 2:30 p.m. Tickets for all seats are $10. But you can get guarantee seating through presale on their website. In the spirit of giving, ARTC has once again named the Center for the Visually Impaired as their Partner in this Christmas production and will be donating 25% of total ticket sales to their effort.

Performers at the radio theatreThe Atlanta Radio Theatre Company has been bringing quality audio drama to listeners around the world since 1984. Their unique, immersive and dramatic technique will feed your imagination and inspire your senses with realistic sound effects and stirring musical scores.

One of dozens, if not hundreds, of small-press audio publishers worldwide, ARTC is one of the few to perform live as well as in the studio. With no sets, costumes, or makeup to set up or apply, our pre-show time is spent transforming the space into an immersive sonic habitat suitable for the most creative imaginations. There is Adventure in Sound!

For more information or to order tickets contact the Academy Theatre, 146 Burke Street, Stockbridge, Georgia 30281. Box office telephone: 404-474-8332. Website: http://www.artc.org/.

Photos by Caran Wilbanks

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