1920's New York City...The Cotton Club boasted some of the greatest African American entertainers of the era. Duke Ellington, Billie Holiday, Louis Armstrong, and Dorothy Dandridge.
August 9th 2008 the vibrant chic style of the club will be in full form with the 1920's inspired choreographers showcase. Including the work of choreographer's Quincy, Quez, Brent & Kahlil, Monica, Jessica, Rikki, and Cassondra. Come experience a night filled with talent.
Audience is encouraged to dress for the evening in 1920's style attire.
August 19, 2008 7:00PM - - -
Film Industry Local Meetup - Atlanta
"We make films. We have individual projects and FILMAtlanta group projects. We network to build crews and casts to get projects done. We have a set of scripts we plan to do this year. We hope you will join us in collaborating on films in the Atlanta area.
Check our MessageBoard for opportunities, and post there when you need someone for a project. There is a lot of talent in the group. We Make Films!"
Mon August 25th 8pm (preview)
Tue August 26th 8pm
Wed August 27th 8pm
Thu August 28th 8pm
Mon September 1st 8pm
Tue September 2nd 8pm
Wed September 3rd 8pm
'Chinese Coffee' is about what every artist truly fears: A direct confrontation in mid-life with the failure of their youthful ambitions and the truth about who and what they really are & have allowed themselves to become. Two life-long 'friends' – Jake, a photographer, and Harry, a novelist – begin the play in desperation and squalor & manage to raise those stakes by dissecting the painful truth about themselves and their relationship with the darkly funny vigor of two skilled boxers beating each other to a slow death in a worn-out ring with no hope of a bell to call rest.
The script is 54 pages long, which means the show will run straight through -– no intermission -– for about 70-80 minutes. The play is set in one place -– Jake's apartment -- and takes place over the course of one evening.
'Scrabble' is a polite word game for children and adults ... This Is War.
August 27, 2008 8:00PM - - - Price: $12/$10 for students
a play written by Ira Lewis directed by Dikran Tulaine featuring Patrick Wood and Steven Westdahl