Through Saturday—each experience produces a unique rhythm, yet difficult to discuss without ruining the experience for subsequent audiences.
Category Archive ‘Theater’
The ninth world premiere in the playhouse’s graduate playwriting competition revealed the program’s virtues and limitations.
02/27/13 A Poe Man’s Puppet Show
The Center for Puppetry Arts is currently running a new performance entitled Tales of Edgar Allan Poe, a dark and intense puppetry production aimed at older children (age 12 and over) and adults. The show combines multiple Poe classics, including The Raven, The Tell-Tale Heart and The Cask of Amontillado. The detailed stage design, the [...]
Four Days of Fury at the Atlanta History Center crafts an engaging experience that won’t be easily forgotten.
In a selection of ten plays put to an audience vote, Collective Project again showcases their talent and unique passion to create.
At the Goat Farm, this theatrical collaboration unites local writers and artists, debuting this Saturday, October 13.
Running until July 29, 2012, is the world premier of the Collective Project’s latest theatrical event, The Red Herring–a play dedicated to old detective films, the noir genre, and filled with comedy and perfectly placed clichés. Directed by Andrew Crigler and written by Greg Garrison, The Red Herring stays true to The Collective Project’s motto: [...]
This ambitious play delivers incredible visual experiences, albeit with some storytelling flaws, ending its final night April 29.