Meisner Acting Class Student Showcase - NOVEMBER 12-14

"Teaching artist Grant McGowen and the hardest working man in the theatre business conducts courses into the finer points of acting, in this class he centers on the Meisner method... These actors are believable and do a good job of being vulnerable..." -The Backstage Beat

View Details

Atlanta Independent Film Festival - OCTOBER 1-25, 2015

The Atlanta Independent Film Festival furthers the art of filmmaking by inspiring and encouraging the work of screenwriters, filmmakers and all artists who use the language of film to tell a story. 

View Details

The Aliens - JULY 30-AUGUST 30, 2015

Directed by Robby Glade

"Gentle and extraordinarily beautiful…inordinately delicate…Ms. Baker may just have the subtlest way with exposition of anyone writing for the theater today." —NY Times

View Details

Water By The Spoonful - EXTENDED JULY 9-19, 2015

Directed by Morgan McGowen

"Water by the Spoonful" is an intensely intimate and moving production about recovery, identity, family, grief, and forgiveness....This engaging performance of a Pulitzer Prize winning drama in a unique, intimate setting is not to be missed." —Edge Media Network 

View Details

Water By The Spoonful - MAY 21 - JUNE 13, 2015

Directed by Grant McGowen

"Quiara Alegría Hudes is a blazing talent…Her new play, WATER BY THE SPOONFUL, blazes with promise. Non-linear and fascinating, it is not easily followed but definitely worthy of both close attention and ultimate praise…Provocative and brimming with life." —Talkin' Broadway

View Details

The Shape Of Things - 3/5/15 - 3/28/15

Directed by Sarah Hodges

"LaBute's great gift is to live in and to chronicle that murky area of not knowing, which mankind spends much of its waking life denying. Where does truth end and fiction begin? Is the fiction more valuable than the truth? Do the results justify the means?" -The New Yorker

View Details

Pizza Man - 1/22/15 - 2/15/15

Directed by Directed by Grant McGowen

"[Pizza Man is] a midwinter sex comedy, a frolic for adults... Ms. Costello is funny, energetic, magnetic, and beautiful... Pinch ‘n’ Ouch has never been afraid to walk on the wild side..." -Atlanta Intown Paper

View Details