BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND--THE SMASH-HIT COMEDY!
From births to marriages to Big Foot sightings, police chases and lottery wins, anything can happen at 3 AM in the Waffle Palace. Inspired by amazing real life events at Waffle House restaurants, Larson and Lee (award winning playwrights of Horizon's Charm School) let loose with this roller coaster of humor, music, and imagination in which John Picket and his multi-racial staff battle to keep their Midtown diner open against heavy odds. The Waffle Palace: a place where everyone is welcome, and the only unforgivable sins are throwing waffles and under-tipping.
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MAY 17 - JUN 23, 2013
ATLANTA PREMIERE--DELIGHTFUL FRESH COMEDY
"Karen Zacarías...has an undeniable gift for comedy!"
Ana lives in a letter-perfect world with an adoring husband, the perfect job, and her greatest passion: Book Club. But when her cherished gathering becomes the subject of a documentary film and a provocative new member joins the circle, things begin to heat up and more truths are told than anyone bargained for. A delightful new comedy about life, love, literature, and the side-splitting results when friends start reading between the lines. [MORE INFO >>]
JUL 12 - AUG 25, 2013
ATLANTA PREMIERE--HIGH-FLYING WHODUNNIT
"...combines humor with raw searing emotion."
The summer heat is rising and flames are flying high in this fantastical whodunit. Wrapped in combustible comedy and the sweat-soaked music of the Deep South, intergenerational stories of loss and redemption collide. Gardley blends ancient myth and magical realism with the local TV news to create a fiery theatrical furnace in which some will be saved, some will be purged, and the truth cannot escape.
SEPT 20 - OCT 20, 2013
WORLD PREMIERE--NEW SOUTH HOMEGROWN
"We are a soccer ball, we are refugees...our only goal is
to find home"
Noura, a refugee, clings to her soccer ball like a lifeline as she meets Sasha, a resettlement worker who is her guide to a strange new home in this small Southern town. Playwright Suehyla El-Attar (Horizon's The Perfect Prayer) was inspired by real life events in nearby Clarkston, Georgia, where thousands of refugees from around the world have been resettled over the last decade. With wit and optimism, she looks at a community in transition and what happens when we are forced to redefine and share our homes. A poignant new play from our own changing backyard.
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