Playwriting Award Winner

Evelyn in Purgatory

Five public school teachers are caught in the limbo of the disciplinary “Rubber Room,” waiting for their cases to be heard and their fates decided. Poignant and funny drama, it’s like The Breakfast Club for teachers,

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Slaying Holofernes

World premiere opens Friday, July 26, 2019

This passionate and provocative drama spans four centuries as it tells the tales of two remarkable young women:  Amanda, struggling for justice and recognition in the offices of modern-day Atlanta,

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Babyshower for the Antichrist

A horror comedy about a small group of incompetent devil-worshippers who are preparing for the birth of the Dark Lord when an newcomer arrives, thinking she’s been invited to an old friend’s baby shower.  Girl talk and plans for the “Hell Feast” lead to secrets coming out and a struggle for power,

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Qualities of Starlight

The World Premiere of a twisted family comedy about a successful young astronomer who brings his wife home to the north Georgia mountains and the simple country household in which he grew up and where his parents are now addicted to crystal meth.

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A Thousand Circlets

A classic new American drama which tells the story of a prominent African-American family that has reached the pinnacle of their professional success, poised to achieve their greatest triumph –

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Stray Dogs

Stray Dogs,written by Matthew Myers and directed by Peter Hardy, is a comedy-romance about cops and criminals – sort of like Quentin Tarentino only much sweeter.

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Built to Float

The magical realist tale of two sisters, trying not to drown in the haunted legacy of their troubled family.

by Rachel Graf Evans directed by Peter Hardy
World Premiere opens Friday,

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Woke

By Avery Sharpe
Directed by Ellen McQueen
World Premiere opens Friday, August 3, 2018. 

Woke follows two friends from different backgrounds who are trying to navigate the already rocky transition from high school to college.

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