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DramaTech’s newest performance, , will run from Friday, July 2 through Saturday, July 17 every weekend. Written by Joseph Kesselring, the play is a story about two sisters named Abby and Martha Brewster. Two sisters fill their cellar with bodies of men whom they claimed that they have “helped find peace.” Their nephews Teddy and Mortimer also take part in their story. Each show begins at 8 p.m. in the DramaTech Theater.

Fireworks will light up the Atlanta skyline on Sunday, July 4 beginning at sundown. Centennial Olympic Park will host festivities beginning at noon with children’s activities. Musical entertainment will begin at approximately 5 p.m. The show will go on rain or shine. The park is within walking distance of campus, so it is the perfect Fourth of July activity for anyone looking for a little summer fun.

will be performing its final shows in Atlanta at various times until July 18. Andrew Lloyd Webber’s play originally opened 24 years ago in London and is the longest-running show in Broadway history. Through the years, has come to the Fox six times. Your last opportunity is quickly approaching. Catch this classic before it’s too late. For more details, visit .