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Culture notes: Stone Mountain Park Indian Fest opens Thursday; new name, leader for Jewish theater

EVENT
Pow-Wow at the Rock

Stone Mountain Park’s Indian Festival & Pow-Wow, billed as the largest Native American gathering in Georgia, will be held Thursday through Sunday. Inter-tribal dance and drum competitions, an East Meets West Encampment comparing/contrasting the lives of Southeastern and Plains Indians, demonstrations of skills such as flint-knapping and bow making and an artists’ marketplace are among the offerings. 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Thursday-Friday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday. $12; children under 3 free (plus parking fee). 770-498-5690, http://festivals.stonemountainpark.com.  HOWARD POUSNER

THEATER
New Jewish troupe

The Marcus Atlanta Jewish Community Center is launching a new theater troupe, Company J at the MJCCA, with Brian Kimmel (who directed “Rent” and “West Side Story” there) as producing artistic director. A just-announced four-play season at the AJCC, 5342 Tilly Mill Road, Dunwoody, kicks off Dec. 8-18 with “The Producers.” Single tickets (starting at $12 for the opener) and subscriptions ($68-$90) are on sale via 678-812-4002, www.atlantajcc.org. HOWARD POUSNER

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