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ART + DESIGN
Andy Warhol: Prints from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation. An exhibition of more than 250 prints by Andy Warhol made across four decades includes some of the artist’s most iconic work such as images of Marilyn Monroe, Campbell’s soup cans and Mao Zedong. June 3 through September 3. High Museum.
Racecar. Atlanta-based artist P. Seth Thompson guest-curates a group exhibition inspired by Jean-Paul Sartre’s No Exit. Opening reception June 3 at 6 p.m. Exhibition through July 30. Zuckerman Museum of Art.
Arrested Development. The early 1990s hip-hop group performs a rare concert in their native Atlanta. June 1 at 8 p.m. City Winery.
Robert Spano Closes the Season with Britten, Wagner and the World Premiere of the Rapido Commission. ASO music director Robert Spano closes out the 2016–17 symphony season with a program that includes the “Four Sea Interludes” from Benjamin Britten’s opera Peter Grimes, the First Act from Richard Wagner’s grand opera Die Walküre and the world premiere of Mark Buller’s The Songs of Ophelia. June 1 and 3. Symphony Hall.
Ulysses. Aris Theatre Company presents a staged reading of James Joyce’s Ulysses. June 6 and 7. Shakespeare Tavern.
The Dancing Handkerchief. Theatrical Outfit artistic director Tom Key stars in a world premiere musical about a magician and his unusual daughter, with songs by acclaimed songwriter Robert Lopez. June 1–18. Theatrical Outfit.
Hambidge Creative Hive Dance Party. The Hambidge Creative Hive Project at midtown’s historic Colony Square development closes with a final show and dance party. June 3 at 8 p.m. Colony Square.
Paige Bowers, The General’s Niece: The little known de Gaulle who fought to free occupied France. The author discusses her new book, the first English-language biography of Charles de Gaulle’s niece, confidante and daughter figure, Genevieve, to whom the legendary French general and president dedicated his war memoirs. June 5 at 7 p.m. Carter Library.
Lisa Wingate, Before We Were Yours. The bestselling author’s new novel is based on a real-life 1930s scandal in which the director of a Memphis-based adoption organization kidnapped and sold poor children to wealthy families. June 5 at 7 p.m. Margaret Mitchell House.
Obit. A new documentary looks into the daily lives of obituary writers on staff at the New York Times. Starts June 2. Landmark Midtown Art Cinema.
The Spy Who Loved Me. The Plaza screens the globe-trotting 1977 Roger Moore 007 film featuring Bond girl Barbara Bach, an amphibious Lotus Esprit sports car and a theme song by Carly Simon. Starts June 2. Plaza Theatre.