New comedy highlighting Atlanta’s “vulgar history” coming to Village Theatre
Next month, the Village Theatre will present a new comedy show titled “The Vulgar History of Atlanta,” telling the story of the “dark, turbulent waters out of which rose the mighty phoenix that is Atlanta,” according to Jim Hodgson, the show’s creator.
The satirical performance will highlight some key moments in Atlanta’s past, including the Olympics, the 2014 “Snowpocalypse” that shut down the city and the “unqualified success that is MARTA,” the event website says.
Taking place at the Village Theatre’s Main Stage, located at 349 Decatur St. SE in Atlanta, the shows will occur every Thursday in December from 8:30 p.m. until 9:30 p.m. The first show will be on December 6.
Tickets can be purchased online here for $10.