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Decatur, GA 30030
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Pushpush Theater - Decatur, GA
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Pushpush Theater - Decatur, GA
Pushpush Theater - Decatur, GA
Pushpush Theater - Decatur, GA
Pushpush Theater - Decatur, GA
Pushpush Theater - Decatur, GA
Pushpush Theater - Decatur, GA
Pushpush Theater - Decatur, GA
Pushpush Theater - Decatur, GA

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Manny & Chicken at the BP was a provocative look at sibling rivalry and the joys of dysfunctional families. Another winner for PushPush! Pros: great acting, easy parking, acc...

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Do not trust your children's welfare to this theater company. They allowed continued bullying (ironically while making a film on bullying) of a youth even after the parents addres...

Editorial review from Citysearch 6/17/2012

Do not trust your children's welfare to this theater company. They allowed continued bullying (ironically while making a film on bullying) of a youth even after the parents addressed it with the instructors, who said ""they were too busy to call the parent"" of the other kid who cut the kid repeatedly with a pencil. NOT OKAY!! more

Pushes all the right buttons 11/15/2002

The most thinking theater in Atlanta. Of the 20 or so theaters in Atlanta that I've been to, I learn more, and have a better time doing it at PushPush. The rest is bland. Pros: talent, quality, inexpensive more

m review 11/15/2002

Manny & Chicken at the BP was a provocative look at sibling rivalry and the joys of dysfunctional families. Another winner for PushPush! Pros: great acting, easy parking, access, great space for shows more

Reign of creativity 5/20/2002

PushPush continually stages interesting works that often push (hence the name?) the boundaries of traditional theater. While the shows aren't always polished to a gleam, they always challenge notions about the constructs of theater. The actors show an infectious enthusiasm for their work and the audience seems to respond. A recent visit to the theater's production of the ""Wide Open Beaver Festival"" was a special treat. more
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Editorial

  • The Theater
    In 1990, local professional actors jump-started PushPush with a series of studio workshops. The collaborators presented plays at 7 Stages, the Shakespeare Tavern and the Hilan...

  • 8/14/2003 Provided by Citysearch

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