Harabel: Slam-Poetry Drama Portrays a Girl's Journey From the Balkans to America
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Written by one of Atlanta's theatrical talents, these thought-provoking one-act plays from Rising Sage Theatre Company examine what it means to be a black man in America and look at the aftermath of gun violence. Chainz tells the story of four men who meet in a police station holding cell following the protest of a young teen's death. Their discussion turns inward as the men discuss being an endangered species in America. Broken centers on five women who have all lost a child to gun violence. Together they search for strength after experiencing such an intense loss. Playwright Paris Crayton was recently named to ArtsATL's 30 Under 30 list. Learn More
Follow the theater's instructions and park in the LAZ parking on Cone Street - the same side as the theater. They had a $4 parking voucher available. We were confused because the signage mentioned something about paying in advance - which didn't make any sense. It was actually a normal parking garage. You collect your ticket when you enter, and you pay as you exit. You probably figure that out quicker than I, but just in case...C.S. Lewis On Stage info • Jun 30 2014 star this tip starred
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Featured review from Sue HornRed Velvet
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This one-woman show is an amazing experience. The playright, poet, and actress uses everything at her disposal to convey the intensity of her journey from Albania to the US. Though much of the reality of what she lived through is heart-breaking, the play is filled with moments of wonder, laughter, humor and humanity. I've already been twice and I may go again before the play ends its run. Don't miss this one. It is life-changing.
Quotes & Highlights
“We’ve had standing ovations before but never in the middle of the performance.” —Savannah Creative Loafing
Written by Jonida Beqo
Directed by Justin Anderson