- Associate Director for Programing and Outreach
ATLANTA – Theater Emory announces a free production of new work, “The Park: an expressionist fable” at Historic Fourth Ward Park amphitheater performing April 2-5. Written by Caitlin J. Hargraves, the collaborative, devised work features an all-student cast.
“’The Park: an expressionist fable’ is a piece that I’ve been thinking about for almost a decade since I first read Frank Wedekind’s “Mine HaHa, or on the bodily education of young girls,” says Hargraves, director and theater studies faculty member. "With the help of a brilliant cast of young women and designers I’ve adapted the story, with a dash of circus and big brother thrown in, and we’re left with a feminist take on a harrowing Victorian era fairy tale."
Performances of “The Park: an expressionist fable” are April 2 - 3 at 7:00 p.m. and April 4-5 at 4:00 and 7:00 p.m. at Historic Fourth Ward Park Amphitheater on the Atlanta Beltline, 680 Dallas St. NE, Atlanta, GA 30308. Patrons are encouraged to sign up for a free reservation on theater.emory.edu but walk up attendees are also welcome. Street parking is available or park at Ponce City Market across the street from the park.
“The Park: an expressionist fable” is part of Emory’s Embodied: A Festival of Human Health and the Arts.
For additional information, visit theater.emory.edu.
Theater Emory is the professional producing organization in residence at Emory University. It operates under a season agreement with Actors’ Equity Association, the union of professional actors and stage managers in the United States. Liberal arts undergraduates work with professional directors, actors, designers, playwrights, dramaturgs, choreographers, composers, music directors, and stage managers.