GTA New Works Festival
October 20 - October 23, 2022
Ed Cabell Theatre
2900 Landrum Education Dr
Oakwood, GA 30566
Directions: To get to the University of North Georgia’s Ed Cabell Theatre (2900 Landrum Education Dr, Oakwood): Take Exit 16 west off I-985. Go 1/4 mile; turn right into first UNG entrance. Theatre is in the Performing Arts Building on right. Free lighted parking around building.
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
The GTA New Works Festival introduces GTA audiences to the next generation of stories for the American theatre. Staged readings of new plays, all from GTA students and alumni.
Thursday, October 20, 7:30pm
JJ and the Nauts by Dellan Short
Directed by Corbin Adriano
JJ and The Nauts is a comedic re-telling of the Jason and The Argonauts myth. This play explores an altered version of their mythic quest for the Golden Fleece, to provide ample laughter and a crew more suited to today’s modern sensibilities and humor.
Friday, October 21, 7:30pm
Spoonful of Chaos by Halli Rider
Directed by Justin Williams
This full-length comedy follows Vicky, Gwen, and Brooklyn through their endeavors at a small ice cream shop in a tiny town in Tennessee while trying to find their purpose in life. Will the chaos of everyday life set them back from finding themselves? Or will it jump-start their journey into finding who they want to be?
Sunday, October 23, 2:30pm
Thicker than Water by Justin Williams
Directed by Alison Lamb
Thicker Than Water is a full-length play that follows the journey of Liz and her boyfriend Marty, as he returns home to the secluded island of Cape San Mire nearly eight years after the disappearance of his mother. Our story unfolds as we meet a millionaire recluse, a small town cop, a feisty caregiver, . . . and perhaps a witch that resides in the swamp. Why has Marty’s father locked himself in the house? What happened to Marty’s mother? And will Liz discover a dark magic deep within the bayou? Find out soon.
Antoinette and the Curse of Brit Weserlock by Ethan Baez
Good Coffee by Jeilianne Vazquez
Tommy’s Lot by Jordan Ray
Talking Cat by Sarah Kay
The Ghost Light by Alison Lamb
The Little Red Hen by Halli Rider
|October 20, 2022||7:30 pm||UNG-Gainesville’s Ed Cabell Theatre|
|October 21, 2022||7:30 pm||UNG-Gainesville’s Ed Cabell Theatre|
|October 23, 2022||2:30 pm||UNG-Gainesville’s Ed Cabell Theatre|