Dad’s Garage to present virtual show of ‘King Of Pops: The Musical’

A couple of Atlanta staples will team up for a virtual musical.

On Friday evening, Dad’s Garage Theatre Company will present “King Of Pops: The Musical” via streaming. 

» RELATED: Dad’s Garage offers online entertainment amid coronavirus

“Dad’s Garage is about to wow your paleta-loving-palate with the story of a determined young man who left his job in the corporate world to follow his dream of bringing popsicles to the people,” Dad’s Garage wrote on Facebook. “But when a darkness overtakes the land and the King is left for dead, the fight for food truck freedom takes on epic proportions.”

Their will be a preshow chat with King of Pops founder Steven Carse.

Like most theaters and places of entertainment throughout Atlanta and beyond, Dad’s Garage is trying to find ways to adapt to a world of social distancing.

The theater company has looked to online options to keep the city laughing. 

» RELATED: Center for Puppetry Arts is hosting livestream performances for free

“Things are crazy right now, but we have some good news! There will be Dad’s Garage digital programming to keep you company every day of the week,” a post on Dad’s website reads. “It’s gonna be a challenging stretch, so please help us out by donating, subscribing, and tuning into our new Twitch content.”

Dad’s is also asking people to consider making a donation, if they are able, to help keep the theater company afloat amid uncertain times.

DETAILS

Streaming “King Of Pops: The Musical”
8 p.m., Friday, May 22
Online event

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