"What I Learned in Paris"
Mini skirts and bell bottoms were on sale downtown for $8.87. Stevie Wonder was on the radio singing "Livin' for the City." And change was in the air from Buckhead to Butler Street. This sparkling new romantic comedy takes us back to 1973 and weaves a tale of passion and politics that could only happen in Atlanta. A world premiere by Pearl Cleage, best-selling novelist and author of the 2010 Alliance hit The Nacirema Society Requests...
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