Wednesday, April 11, 2007


Jackie Robinson

  • 5-6pm: Agnes Scott presents the creation of plays, a 10-minute play festival at the Winter Theatre in the Dana Fine Arts Center, 404.471.6248
  • 7pm: Georgia Center for the Book presents author Jonathan Eig at the Decatur Library. The year was 1947 when Jackie Robinson joined the Brooklyn Dodgers to become the first black man to play for a major league baseball team. Eig's new book, Opening Day: The Story of Jackie Robinson's First Season, is a drama-filled account of the year the courageous Robinson broke the color line and forever changed baseball and American history, 404.370.3070
  • 8pm: Eddie's Attic presents Alice Peacock, Peter Bradley Adams and Craig Cardiff, 404.371.9583
  • 8pm: Emory's White Hall 208 presents Street of Shame, Ugetsu Monogatari's final fim that provides a sympathetic portrait of women working in a Tokyo brothel, 404.727.6123

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