Venue Details

3 Star Starred
Southwest Arts Center
915 New Hope Road Atlanta, GA 30331
404-613-3220
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4.3 average rating
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10 events
5 reviews
0 stars
attended Mar 02 2014

This is a must see play. So intellegently written. The dialogue is fast paced and at times I wished I could rewind/replay to catch the words again as it really makes you think! It's the kind of script that sits with you and you want to talk...continued

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29 events
5 reviews
8 stars
attended Mar 19 2014

Exceptional performance. Gritty and brutally provocative dialogues. An intensity that shocks the intellectual sensibilities.

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29 events
5 reviews
8 stars
attended Mar 09 2014

It was excellent. The play was very provocative and compelling. I love the venue and it appeared to be sold out. I want to see it again before it leaves. Trying to work out the date and time.

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Website

http://truecolorstheatre.org/events.cfm?eventid=47

Description

Written by David Mamet

Directed by John Dillon

This show contains adult language.

About the Ticket Supplier: Kenny Leon's True Colors Theatre Company

The name True Colors Theatre Company reflects a promise to search for truth and clarity. True Colors Theatre Company’s mission is creating a moveable feast of theatre grounded in the rich canon of African-American classics and branching out to include bold interpretations of world drama and a strong commitment to diverse new voices, helping to develop those early-career writers who are creating tomorrow’s classics today.

True Colors Theatre Company intends to be an important voice in the American discussion of diversity, supporting and propelling individuals and institutions in their quest for understanding. Operationally, the company will strive to remain fiscally sound and small enough that every individual who works there can be heard, be accountable, get better at what they do, and live out True Colors’ core values.