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The awesomest improv and scripted comedy in Atlanta - Dad's Garage performs almost every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night throughout the year. Oh, and we have a full bar making us a fun part of Atlanta nightlife. Go and you'll love yourself a...more
We have been coming to Dad's for over 15 years. We used to regularly attend the kids show on Saturdays with Lucky Yates as Phineas Monkey. Now our kids are in college so we only go sporadically to the evening performances.
Last night, my wife...More
Dad's Garage has something for (almost) everyone. I say almost because most shows are decidedly not family friendly, but they do occasionally do shows for young people as well. We saw four shows in two nights and the highlight was easily a Harry Potter-themed murder...More
A great re-use of an abandoned church in the middle of town, you can tell the people working here are passionate about theater and live entertainment. Good acoustics and every seat has a good view of the stage. Nice well stocked bar downstairs. No problem...More
Not that anyone should give a flip about what I have to say. We have been to this theater several times It has been in a couple of locations but this hopefully will be the permanent home. Regardless of where, this has always been an...More
Date of experience: September 2018
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Jon C, Public Relations Manager at Dad's Garage Theater Company, responded to this reviewResponded October 3, 2018
Whether it’s a scripted performance or weekly improv, this is one of my favorite nights out in Atlanta. Several restaurants serve early or late at Krog Street Market and always compliment the evening . Pay the extra few $ for a Delta First Class for...More
Living in Atlanta for the summer and stumbled on this place near MLK neighborhood. Took husband, and our son and girlfriend who were visiting from out of town, to see Black Nerd. I checked out the place beforehand to find out how awkward content might...More