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Upcoming Shows

Mixed Revues returns to the Atlanta Fringe Festival with an all new World Premier by local playwright Kate Guyton.

It's the old story - boy meets girl, girl falls in love with boy, boy flees halfway around the world, girl follows boy, girl kidnaps boy and chains him to a bed.

Directed by Beth DiYenno
Featuring Steve Banks and Courtney Loner

Performed at The Church at Ponce and North Highland.
6/6 @ 930pm, 6/7 @ 11:00pm, 6/8 @ 3:30pm and 8:00pm

June 3-9, 2019


Previous Shows

Mixed Revues is pleased to be offering the other side of the S&M coin with Venus In Fur, David Ives's brilliant tale of a playwright seeking the perfect Vanda for his adaptation of Leopold Sacher-Masoch's classic erotic tale - the novel that inspired the word 'masochism."

David Buice (2014 Metro Atlanta Theater Award winner for Best Director) brings this wickedly funny tale to the 7 Stages Black Box, with Katie Schaffer in the title role, and Stephen Banks as Thomas.

Charles Isherwood (New York Times) called the play "Ninety minutes of good, kinky fun." The New Yorker says that the show is "wildly intelligent and sometimes frightening," and the Village Voice says "Venus In Fur invites both carnal and cerebral excitement."

Performances will be from May 7 - 17 at 7 Stages theater in Little 5 Points.


New and improved for 2013, under the fresh direction of Katie Schaffer. Stephen Banks,Christie Lee Fisher and Eli Banks are returning in their original roles. Auditions for other roles will be held May 13th at 7 Stages. Visit the Facebook Audition Event, or contact info@mixedreviews for more information.


The World Premier of Raymond Fast's newest play. Directed by Stephen Banks, presented as part of Atlanta's first annual Fringe Festival. This is where it all begins.


Quills by Doug Wright

Jan 14-30, 2010 at New Street Arts (home of PushPush Theater)

"It falls upon me, your chaperone through the dark waters of the soul, to impart a tale of such moral torpor that I can barely bring my voice above a whisper. Come, perch on my knee, so you don't miss a word."