Maybe we can still have hope that days to come may bring back the lives we enjoyed, so much more than dealing with both politicians and viruses. It was a total delight to see the Aurora Theatre in Lawrenceville open it’s doors for some live on-stage performances.
Know that life today ain’t what it used to be. Tickets are a mere portion of the house capacity, so that whether you bought in for 2 seats or 4, you’ll be well separated from any other guests; and all protocols are carefully observed. Shows are performed without intermission to avoid mingling around the lobby and the concession stand, and they carefully sanitize all the surfaces you may normally come in contact with.
This weekend they hosted stand-up comics from the Laughing Skull which is downtown on Peachtree Street. The performers just wanted to head to the burbs to reach out to more audiences. We’re all just trying to survive, and we salute them for hitting the road like a tour.
While this show is now closed, they will host another two-nighter on March 10 and 11. This is Bill Griese on his Walking Man Tour doing Sweet Baby James; his Tribute to James Taylor. It is really Nashville coming to Lawrenceville. Seated is very limited, so if you snooze you lose. More info at AuroraTheatre.com