“No rehearsals. A sealed envelope. A new actor at every performance. And a few surprises. From the creator of the Off-Broadway smash White Rabbit, Red Rabbit comes NASSIM, an innovative new play that explores the power of language and friendship. The New York Times calls it “an affectionate play about friendship,” and the Hollywood Reporter raves it’s “exhilarating fun, but also touching, moving, and soulful.” Direct from playing to sold-out audiences around the globe, NASSIM comes to The Reser this spring.”
If you’re in the Atlanta area, visit the new garden sculpture at the Root House erected to honor and remember enslaved people. A selection from Josie Seid’s poem FORGET ME NOT, AMERICA was chosen for the commemorative plaque.
Read more about FEZZIWIG’S FORTUNE by Josie Seid and Sara Jean Accuardi in a delightful piece by Oregon ArtsWatch.
“Fezziwig tells his daughter, “To me, you were the brightest of lights.” Even on a screen, Fezziwig’s Fortune is a light unto itself. Just think how brightly it will shine when it makes it to the stage.”