Good news for the Tribe!
C4 Atlanta, and arts service organization, has taken on boom as a fiscally sponsored project through its ArtsForce program. This give us a platform to raise money to help make the show happen fully, and all donations are tax-deductible.
This is big news, as it will allow us to have better production values than ever before, and, more importantly, pay our team of dedicated artists what they deserve.
If you’d like to learn more about the show and see how your donation will help, click right here.
C4 Atlanta Inc. is a nonprofit arts service organization whose mission is to connect arts entrepreneurs to the people, skills and tools they need to build a successful artistic career in metro Atlanta. The organization was founded in July 2010 in response to a growing need for business services for Atlanta’s arts community. C4 Atlanta’s initial program offerings are geared toward creating a new foundation of sustainability for arts and culture in the Atlanta region.
Contributions made to C4 Atlanta and earmarked for boom are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. For more information about C4 Atlanta, contact by email at email@example.com or by phone at 404-WOW-ARTS.
It’s been a long hiatus, but we’re excited to be back and presenting our next show!
boom by Peter Sinn Nachtrieb will play January 12-22, 2017 at Downtown Players Club.
A personal ad for sex to change the course of the world means exactly that: the future of humanity depends on biologist Jules and journalism student Jo when a global catastrophe strikes. A stocked underground bunker, hundreds of diapers, and an aquarium are all these last two survivors have to keep the species alive in this comedy about evolutionary biology, the human will to survive, and four tropical fish.
Joining us on this adventure are old friends of the Tribe:
Daniel Carter Brown is Artistic Director of New Origins Theatre Company, and has appeared with the Atlanta Shakespeare Company, Out of Box, Georgia Ensemble Theatre, and others around town.
Kirstin Calvert recently starred in Mr. Marmalade for The Seedling Project, as well as having tread the boards at the Atlanta Shakespeare Company, Onion Man, and more.
Elin Rose Hill is back on stage after spending some time directing and producing. She’s a founder of Catalyst Arts Atlanta , former intern at Actor’s Express, and directed TTG’s last show, Red Light Winter.
Chris Schulz is making his directorial debut. As an actor, he has appeared in TTG’s last two shows, Red Light Winter and The Dumb Waiter, as well as with Essential Theatre, OnStage Atlanta, and elsewhere.
Seeing as it’s June of 2016 and we’ve been in business for 18 months, it’s time for a website. Which you are now looking at!
It’s still under construction, so expect to see a lot of changes over the next few days. Some of the things you read here are very preliminary and may get changed, transposed, expanded, and improved. You’ll only get more good stuff the more you come back.