Congratulations Suzi Bass Award 2014 Recipients!

November 5th, 2014


Outstanding Scenic Design of a Play recipients, Isabel and Moriah Curley-Clay, with Jeff Adler, co-artistic director and technical director of Horizon Theatre at The Suzi Bass Awards 2014.

The Suzi Bass Awards are always an exciting night for the Atlanta theatre community. They were extra exciting for us here at Horizon Theatre this year because we were nominated in 5 categories, and we are happy to announce that Isabel and Moriah Curley-Clay won for Outstanding Scenic Design for a Play for Elemeno Pea. They designed a fantastically detailed and beautiful Martha’s Vineyard estate on the Horizon Theatre stage, and audiences and critics alike adored their talented work.

And on top of that Suehyla El-Attar received the Gene Gabriel Moore Playwriting Award for Third Country, which had its world premiere at Horizon Theatre. Third Country is a poignant play inspired by Clarkston, GA that delves into the issues of immigration, community, and the acceptance of change.

Congratulations to all the nominees and recipients! It was a wonderful year for theatre in Atlanta!