In an interview back in 2012, the year of our first All Georgia Playwrights festival which included his play EVELYN IN PURGATORY as well as BAT-HAMLET, in which he played the title role (pictured here), Topher had this to say about being a playwright in Atlanta:
“I don’t have dreams of Hollywood. I have dreams of making Atlanta the city I moved to when I left Mississippi. We’re the town that produced Alfred Uhry, author of ‘Driving Miss Daisy.’ I don’t know if I’m going to be the next Alfred Uhry, but I want to help make sure that the next Alfred Uhry is heard.”
We couldn’t agree more, Topher!
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