Act3's 'By Wheel and By Wing’ in New York
by Staff Reports
04:46 PM, Friday, October 31
Patti Mactas, artistic director of Act3 Productions in Sandy Springs, is bringing the musical “By Wheel and By Wing” to New York for a staged reading in the Edmond J. Safra Hall of the Museum of Jewish Heritage. Three actors from metro Atlanta joi...

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