Sundays at 2:00 PM ~ Original Plays by Atlanta Writers:
OCT 7 – Gabrielle Fulton
NOV 4 – Phillip DePoy
The Nature Center is partnering for a second time with Found Stages to present a six-month “Wine & Reading Series” of new plays by nationally known playwrights who call Atlanta home. Featured playwrights will include Phillip Depoy and Jiréh Holder, whose plays Edward Foote and Too Heavy for Your Pocket were produced by the Alliance Theatre in recent years. This series, which will run on the 1st Sunday of each month from June through November, will show off the Nature Center’s beautiful new glass enclosed pavilion and include a meet-and-greet with the featured playwright at receptions with wine and appetizers before and after a reading of their plays by Atlanta’s most talented professional actors.Purchase Tickets Here
Our October 7 reading features the work of Gabrielle Fulton, a commissioned playwright and independent filmmaker. Her play Uprising received rolling world premiere productions at Horizon Theatre Company and MetroStage in the inaugural D.C. Women’s Voices Theatre Festival. A 2011-2012 National New Play Network Playwright-in-Residence, Fulton’s plays have been developed at the Alliance Theatre’s Reiser Artists Lab, The Lark Play Development Center, Chicago Dramatists, The Greenhouse Theatre Center, Next Theatre Company, and Curious Theatre Company. She is Assistant Professor of Screenwriting at Kennesaw State University. Fulton, who earned her BA at Columbia University and her MFA at Northwestern University, is a member of the Dramatists Guild.
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