The Atlanta Bar Association presents “One Singular Sensation” in honor of Cathy O’Neil.
This year’s Bard Show has a new venue: the Sandy Springs Performing Arts Center
Marc Clark, director.
Norman Barnett, musical director.
The Band (from left) Norman Barnett, Derin Dickinson (sitting), Jim Coots, Pete Followill and Nowell Berreth.
The evenings’ emcees are Steve Lang and Kevin Wilson.
Prologue Act 1 cast members (from left) Maggie Vath, Ashley Wilson, Rachel King and Christina Peterson.
The cast practices “You Can’t Stop The Law.”
Kevin Weimer rehearses “Work Changes Everything.”
Lisa Nelson (right) and Billy Scott perfect their “SuperSecretExpartitiousExpeditedMotion.”
Bonnie Smith rehearses “I Can Be Your Bailiff.”
Loren Collins (right) and Elizabeth Story perform “Gold Club Atlanta.”
In a writers committee meeting are cast members (from left) Christine Butcher Hayes, Kem Eyo, Christina Peterson and LaKeitha Carlos.
Will Davis, Tom Richelo, Vernon Strickland and Rick McMurtry perform “New Heights” with cast members.
Judge Christopher McFadden plays the devil in “The Devil Went Down to Law School.”
Judge Christopher McFadden and Don Samuel square off in “The Devil Went Down to Law School.”
A Bard Show production meeting with cast members (from left) Kimberly Reese, Melanie Paul, Harold Johnson and Steve Lang.
Alicia Luncheon and Greg Presmanes perform “Brief Writing.”
At an Atlanta Bar board meeting are cast members (from left) Maggie Vath, Nicole Iannarone, Atlanta Bar president and Ashley Wilson Clark.
Kimberly Reese performs “Old Time Slip and Fall.”
A meeting of the choreographers with cast members (from left) Judge Robert McBurney, Judge T. Jackson Bedford and Terrence Croft.
Kevin Wilson (center) and cast perform “Biller.”
Act 2 Prologue: “Bard Show Auditions” with cast members (from left) Judge Gerrilyn Brill, Megan Jones, Latonia P. Hines, Tom Richelo, Donna Keeton and Meghann Humphreys
Abbey Martin and Alan Bakowski performing “Bardian Rhapsody” with the cast.
Marc Clark sings “On This Shore.”
Cast members Judge Sara Doyle (from left), Laurel Boatright, Christine Butcher Hayes, Dana Weinberger and Maggie Vath in “Come Cast Your Vote Today.”
Marc Clark and Maggie Vath and the cast perform “Paradise by the Theater Lights.”
Laurel Boatright (left) and Brian Johnson perform “Won’t Compromise.”
Loren Collins and Abbey Martin perform “Lexis v. Westlaw Battle.”
Courtney McBurney performs “Somebody to Blame.”
Rick McMurtry performs “Somebody to Blame.”
Meeting with the Theater Mafia, cast members (from left) Elizabeth Wharton, Judge Christopher McFadden, Les Wharton, Nikole Crow and Steve Lang.
Cast members (from left) Brian Johnson, Billy Scott, Michael Caldwell, Greg Presmanes and David Schaeffer perform “No More Peachtree Road.”
Ashley Wilson Clark performs “Poolish Games.”
Justice David Nahmias plays “gavel guitar” in “Opening Night.”
The cast performs “One Singular Sensation” from “A Courthouse Line I.”
In the cast are judges and justices and lawyers parodying songs and poking fun at their esteemed profession. This slideshow features live shots taken of Thursday night’s dress rehearsal.
“One Singular Sensation” will run this weekend only at the Sandy Springs Performing Arts Center at 1 Galambos Way. Showtime is 8 p.m., and tickets are $34. They can be purchased online through the box office or by calling 770-206-2022. All proceeds benefit the Atlanta Bar Foundation.