The weather was absolutely beautiful for the performances last Sunday in the southwest corridor, despite rain day on Saturday. (By the way, Saturday’s performances have been rescheduled for October 5 in Gordon White Park, so you don’t have to miss a thing!)
Mass Transit Muse opened the afternoon with another dynamic performance, with poetry…
… and drama.
Twinhead Theater and Thimblerig Circus had the crowd in “stitches” with their wildly entertaining performance, “Professor Portobella’s Traveling Hospital of Hope.”
Anonymous, the jazz band, was next up. These kids can really jam!
Pete Peterson kept the crowd moving with a voice that was made for the blues.
Finally, Eyedrum closed out the night with an improv jam session.
The star of the show, however, may have been Bryan Alcorn and Frank Fralick’s Nesting Resonants, a band shell sculpture designed for solo performers or small bands. The staging provided fantastic acoustics, and made the “jam-packed” afternoon possible.
The next performances are on September 28 and September 29 at Historic Fourth Ward Park. The forecast is warm and sunny, so bring your blankets and your chairs and make a weekend of it!
Be sure to check out the Art on the Atlanta BeltLine website for more details about the 2013 exhibition!