Edith Can Shoot Things and Hit Them (Oct. 27-Nov. 26). This National New Play Network Rolling World Premiere by A. Rey Pamatmat offers a tender coming-of-age story about three young people forming an unlikely family on an isolated farm until the outside world intrudes.
Next Fall (Jan. 12-Feb. 11) The Atlanta premiere of this Broadway hit by Geoffrey Nauffts explores the religious differences between a gay couple in New York.
The Night of the Iguana (March 22-April 14). Actor's Express and Theater Emory co-produce Tennessee Williams 1961 play about a deforcked minister at a seedy Mexican hotel. Part of the celebration of Williams' 100th birthday.
Xanadu (May 10-June 16). Having staged the musical Zanna, Don't in 2009, it seems appropriate for the Express to stage the Xanadu in 2012. Douglas Carter Beane, Jeff Lynne and John Farrar lovingly spoofed Olivia Newton-John's 1980 roller disco flick and found surprising popularity in Broadway's 2007-2008 season.
"Watch out for that odd bedfellow"
You could wake up with fleas!
Lucy is a little busy right now:
"Am I asking to much to hope for something like this?" Kowloon is what you…
Watch out for that odd bedfellow, Libby.
No loss. It wasn't that great.
Requiem for a Dream