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Alliance Theatre
Woodruff Center 1280 Peachtree Street NE Atlanta, GA 30309
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Pasta da Pulcinella beforehand. 3 blocks away and good food.
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The weather was wonderful and mild.. I wore big top and leggings for a very causal chic effect..
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7 stars
attended Feb 19 2011

Powerful and heartbreaking..Terrific performances all around..Definitely worth seeing !!!
Thanks for the great deal on tickets !!!

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1 stars
attended Feb 19 2011

An interesting, but very dark play.

The entire cast deliver strong, meaningful performances. The direction is excellent, working off an excellent script.

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2 stars
attended Feb 19 2011

Compelling drama about the emotional disconnect between a father and a daughter and a father's inability to overcome his demons. Great job by the entire cast but specifically leads David de Vries & Bethany Anne Lind. She has a knack for playing a...continued

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See a list of Judith Ivey’s TV and film credits on IMDb.


A World Premiere by David Mitchell Robinson

Directed by Judith Ivey

Jeff is determined to do right by his daughter on the night of her 23rd birthday. But first he has to figure out where his daughter lives. And find an open pet store. And navigate his Oldsmobile over the Mississippi past the wrecked 35W Bridge. Oh, and stop for a drink. Just one — this time.

A portrait of a flawed man on a collision course with fate one cold Minneapolis winter night, Carapace is the latest winner of the Kendeda Graduate Playwriting Competition, identifying the best new American playwrights and bringing their work to Atlanta.

“It’s rare that I read a script that I simply can’t put down, but that is exactly what happened when I read Carapace,” director Judith Ivey said in a statement. “In addition to being a thrilling ride, it raises beautiful questions about parenting and the connections we make — and fail to make — at the times we need help the most.”