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  • THE SAVANNAH DISPUTATION. Aug. 21-Sept. 7, 2014.
    By Evan Smith.
    Two plain-as-potatoes sisters of the Roman Catholic persuasion forget all about Southern charm when a peppy Evangelical Christian comes to their door in this 2009 dramatic comedy. “If you’re nice to them, they just keep coming back,” one sister tells the other. “They’re just like cats.”
    Directed by Tess Malis Kincaid.

A remarkably entertaining 90-minute rumination on faith and the hereafter.” – CurtainUp


  • MY CHILDREN! MY AFRICA! Oct. 9-26, 2014.
    By Athol Fugard.
    A three-character thriller in which a humane black teacher in segregated South Africa tries to convince a favorite student that education, not violence, is the answer to the nation’s problems. Staged in conjunction with the Africa-Atlanta Project, an initiative that fosters art, business and educational collaborations between Georgia’s capital city and the African continent.
    Directed by Gary Yates.

"Vacillates superbly between political parable and personal tragedy."
– The Village Voice


  • SILENT SKY. Feb. 12-March 1, 2015.
    By Lauren Gunderson.
    The Decatur-bred, San Francisco-based playwright makes her Outfit debut with this period romance imbued with much more depth than that descriptor usually denotes. Astonishing personal and professional discoveries await real-life American astronomer Henrietta Leavitt (1868-1921) as she challenges the male astronomers of Harvard and her era and discovers the stars in galaxies beyond our own. Atlanta Premiere.
    Directed by David Crowe.

“Sheer magic!” – San Francisco Chronicle


  • STOREFRONT CHURCH. April 9-26, 2015.
    By John Patrick Shanley.
    The final part of the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright’s “Doubt” trilogy (2005’s “Doubt: A Parable,” 2006’s “Defiance”). When the mortgage crisis forces a Bronx borough president to confront an unorthodox minister, the question they face is one we all do: What’s the relationship between spiritual experience and social action? “I doubt here’s a better play about the consequences of the economic divide,” says Key.
    Director TBA.

“Some of Mr. Shanley's sharpest comic writing in years.” – The New York Times


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Wednesday Evening and Thursday matinees are no longer available for Season Subscription. A Box Office representative will be reaching out to you to assist you with transitioning into another evening.


We are offering a limited number of performances in the hope that we can fill those shows and then add additional nights, matinees or even weeks based on true popular demand.  This means our audience will enjoy seeing our productions in a full house and Theatrical Outfit will save on costs and maximize revenue