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Molly Blank Jewish Concert Series | The Breman Museum in Atlanta

Theatrical Outfit Presents: "The Way We Were"
Jun 03 2018 | 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Theatrical Outfit Presents: "The Way We Were"

Event Details

For the last three years, Theatrical Outfit has developed incredible shows that tell the stories of Jewish composers who wrote top hits in American music. For behind every star are talented teams who rarely see the spotlight This year, we’re peaking behind none other than Barbra Streisand to explore the fascinating lives of Alan and Marilyn Bergman.

The Bergmans have been writing songs for over 5 decades, and have won numerous awards, including 16 Academy Award nominations, multiple Emmys, Grammys, and three Oscars for "The Windmills of Your Mind", "The Way We Were", and the score for "Yentl.” Though they have been recognized extensively for their achievements by award academies, they are not well known to the public.

Schedule
4 PM - Reception with food and refreshments
5 PM - Concert

See the entire 2018 Molly Blank Concert series here

Theatrical Outfit is Atlanta’s second oldest professional theatre company, and aspires to create a compassionate, joyful and just community by starting the conversations that matter.

Ticket Pricing

 

Adult

(Age 35+)

Young Professional

(Age 21 - 35)

Student

(Age under 21)

Member Tickets (Per Concert)

$50 $30 $20

Non-Member Tickets (Per Concert)

$60 $30 $20

To view the entire season click here.

 

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