Shows start on February 15, 2014
Directed by Phillip DePoy
The majority of each participant’s time will be spent writing a short play, which will then be read and discussed.
Shows start on January 29, 2014 until February 23, 2014
Directed by Mira Hirsch
Amidst their prejudice and fear, Ann, a civil rights activist, and C.P., an Exalted Cyclops of the KKK, forge an alliance based in respect and trust in an honest-to-goodness, modern-day parable of transformation and triumph for civil rights.
Shows start on January 18, 2014
A unique perspective on the auditioning process from Atlanta’s busiest director and a professional actor with widespread national credits and casting expertise.
Shows start on December 8, 2013
Written by Tommy Housworth
Join us for a night of inspired storytelling with author Tommy Housworth. A book signing will follow the reading.
Shows start on November 27, 2013 until December 22, 2013
Written by Mark St. Germain; Music by Randy Courts
Directed by Heidi Cline McKerley
A Charming and Captivating Christmas Musical Based on the Classic Heart-Warming Stories of O. Henry
Shows start on November 16, 2013
Jonida’s seminar navigates participants through the history of the slam movement and explores – hands-on and mouths-open – this unique, expressive art form. November 16 from 10am to 1pm
Shows start on November 13, 2013 until November 14, 2013
Written by Sindiwe Magona
Presented by The Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts at Georgia Tech and Africa Atlanta 2014
Shows start on October 23, 2013 until November 10, 2013
Written by Jonida Beqo
Directed by Justin Anderson
Jonida Beqo intertwines theatre, dance and poetry to tell her dynamic personal journey from Albanian refugee to American resident, illuminating the universal truths that link us one to the other and to the joy of embracing life at all costs.
Shows start on September 21, 2013
Directed by Patdro Harris
OS13 seminar workshop with PATDRO HARRIS Sept 21, at 10 am Call 678-528-1500 to enroll
Shows start on September 11, 2013 until October 6, 2013
Written by Anne Nelson
Directed by Elisa Carlson
"A courageous and riveting play that tackles the horror of September 11th with an intimacy that's both unsettling and healing." —Christian Science Monitor