Atlanta, I Love You at Last Seen

Atlanta, I Love You is an unconventional love letter to the city - based on the smash hit Toronto, I Love Youfrom the Toronto Fringe Festival. It is an unscripted comedy about unexpected connections, set against a backdrop of neighborhoods suggested by the audience.

Atlanta, I Love You will feature a handful of spontaneously-crafted storylines that intertwine and intersect each other in surprising ways. Ben Holst and Mike Schatz serve as musical muses for the piece, both underscoring and inciting the action with a mix of Atlanta songs - some improvised, some well-known - chosen to complement the stories. “It’s a little like P.T. Anderson’s Magnolia, only much less… depressing,” says director Julie Dumais Osborne (Toronto). “We’re playing with light magic realism.”

An improvised love letter to Atlanta

$12.50 Online | $15.50 @ Box Office


Weekend passes available for The Last Seen Comedy Festival, $40 (limited supply).

DOORS OPEN @ 7:30 | SHOW STARTS @ 8:00
This show is located at:

Get Scene Onstage
451 Bishop St. NW
Atlanta, GA 30317

Atlanta, I Love You is an unconventional love letter to the city - based on the smash hit Toronto, I Love Youfrom the Toronto Fringe Festival. It is an unscripted comedy about unexpected connections, set against a backdrop of neighborhoods suggested by the audience.

The Tipsy Zone, a fully improvised, never before seen episode of the cult classic TV show The Twilight Zone, opens the night.

The Last Seen Festival showcases provocative and original comedy from comedians and improvisers who capture the sense of eccentricity, unconventional style, and irreverent behavior that the enigmatic Doug Dank left with us.

Atlanta, I Love You is an unconventional love letter to the city - based on the smash hit Toronto, I Love Youfrom the Toronto Fringe Festival. It is an unscripted comedy about unexpected connections, set against a backdrop of neighborhoods suggested by the audience.

Atlanta, I Love You will feature a handful of spontaneously-crafted storylines that intertwine and intersect each other in surprising ways. Ben Holst and Mike Schatz serve as musical muses for the piece, both underscoring and inciting the action with a mix of Atlanta songs - some improvised, some well-known - chosen to complement the stories. “It’s a little like P.T. Anderson’s Magnolia, only much less… depressing,” says director Julie Dumais Osborne (Toronto). “We’re playing with light magic realism.”