A Week in Georgia

24 Oct

Rolling, rolling, rolling…

This week Edith Can Shoot Things and Hit Them will make it’s third NNPN Rolling World Premiere stop of four in peachy-keen Atlanta, Georgia. I’ll be heading to Actor’s Express in Atlanta on Wednesday for the last bit of tech, previews, and opening. You can join me there for a post-opening reception on October 29 after the show! For a performance calendar and tickets, click here. For a little information about the show and the NNPN, visit AE’s Artistic Director’s blog here.

At the moment, though, I’m at the Savannah College of Art and Design working with their performing arts students on a new draft of Out of Joint, the play first performed at the Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts Camp this summer. The script is growing from one-act to full-length size in a way I hadn’t, at first, imagined to be possible. The students have been more than game with the weirdness of this time-bending jaunt, and the script gets stronger by the day.

One Response to “A Week in Georgia”


  1. An Out of Joint Princess « A. Rey Pamatmat - August 11, 2012

    […] Camp last summer as a one-act, and I have since developed into a full-length play with the help of the students at the Savannah College of Art and Design and The Magic Theatre. The next step? Work with Multimedia Designer Jared Mezzochi (who, by the […]

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