Pirates at Atlanta Symphony Hall!

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US actor Johnny Depp attends the press conference of “Pirates of the Caribbean : On Stranger Tides” presented out of competition at the 64th Cannes Film Festival on May 14, 2011 in Cannes. (Photo Credit: ANNE-CHRISTINE POUJOULAT/AFP/Getty Images)

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wendell scott Pirates at Atlanta Symphony Hall! Georgia native Wendell Scott is a graduate of the University of Georgia with a degree in Digital/Broadcast Journalism. Wendell's love for adventure with a local flair has taken him from performing at Stone Mountain Park to working in various media outlets around Georgia. Recently, he completed hosting and producing the nation's first college daytime talk show, The Wendell Show (www.youtube.com/TheWendellShow1) for three years. He loves horror films, sour gummi worms and anything James Franco. Follow him on Twitter: @TheWendellShow. Or if you want to chat, shoot him an email at wendellscott21@gmail.com.

Ahoy there matey! Shiver me timb–okay I’m not even going to try pirate typing, that has to be illegal somewhere.

Captain Jack Sparrow and his motley crew will be invading Atlanta Symphony Hall on November 23rd and November 24th. Now they couldn’t find a parking space for their ship, so they’ve agreed to show their adventures on the big screen. Under the direction of artist and conductor Richard Kaufman, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra will perform the amazing score as the film is playing for your enjoyment. That just sounds so epic.

You will find me in the front row, because the Pirates of the Caribbean film trilogy is one of my all-time favorites (and not because of Johnny Depp)!

I’m not a relationship expert, but hey, I think this would be a perfect first date idea. Just sayin’. But what do I know?  I’m sitting at home wishing my life was an episode of Vampire Diaries.

So if you want to experience this live event, tickets range from $29-$65. They can be purchased here: http://www.atlantasymphony.org/

So argh and a swashbucklin’ good day to you…see you there!

–Wendell Scott

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