"Orange"--a play by Aditi Kapil

4/23/2018 8:00 PM

"Orange"--a play by Aditi Kapil

Orange by Aditi Kapil
Join us for our second installment of our 3 event series: Orange by Aditi Kapil!
Free, public staged reading is an adventure through Orange County told from the point of view of a young woman on the autism spectrum, who is taken on an adventure by her cousin Priti in search of the gods. 

Suitable for young adults. Some adult situations and language.
All donations will go towards the organization Autism Speaks in honor of Autism Awareness month 💙 #autismis

-Staged Reading will begin at 8PM
-Small Group discussion immediately following the play.

Amee Vyas - Leela
​Tamil Periasamy - Everyone Else Men
​Mala Bhattacharya (Everyone Else Women)
Aditi Kapil - Playwright
Pam Joyce - Director
Nicole Smith - Stage Manager
​Natasha Patel - Dramaturg

Started by three women: Pam Joyce, Michelle Pokopac and Amee Vyas, Unproducible Plays examines why scripts are labeled "unproducible" by producing organizations. This year the series focuses on Asian plays and artists. We are gathering Atlanta artists, theatre companies and engaged arts patrons to discuss the challenges in bringing Asian stories to the stage. Our last event in November, Art of Gaman by Dipika Guha had an overwhelming response, gathering six of the thirteen largest theaters in Atlanta, two universities, and over 70 guests. Join us for this important conversation.

Date: Mon April 23, 2018
Time: 8pm
Venue: North Decatur Presbyterian Church, 611 Medlock Rd, Decatur, GA
Tickets: free
Contact: unproducibleplays@gmail.com
https://www.facebook.com/events/185569545423136??ti=ia

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