Love and Information

by Caryl Churchill

November 5 – November 20, 2021 at 8pm

Someone sneezes. Someone can’t get a signal. Someone won’t answer the door. Someone put an elephant on the stairs. Someone’s not ready to talk. Someone is her brother’s mother. Someone hates irrational numbers. Someone told the police. Someone got a message from the traffic light. Someone’s never felt like this before.

In this fast moving kaleidoscope, more than a hundred characters try to make sense of what they know.

As you are preparing to see our first production with a live audience post-COVID, we wanted to share some details with you.  LOVE AND INFORMATION will be performed live in our black box space.  Audience will be seated outside of DramaTech and watch this live performance projected on a screen.  

PREPARING FOR THE PERFORMANCE

1.  Please dress for the temperatures.  We will have heaters and blankets for audience members to use.

2.  Bring your own chair.  We will have chairs available, but you are welcome to bring your own to make you more comfortable.

3.  The lobby’s amenities will be available during the performance.  These include restrooms, a concession stand, and a place to warm up.

4.  The show runs for 90 minutes with no intermission.

5.  Join us following Friday night performances for Let’s Try This!, our improv comedy troupe.  These performances will also be held outside, so plan accordingly.

IN THE EVENT OF INCLEMENT WEATHER

We will decide whether or not to continue with a live performance by checking hourly weather forecasts at 2pm.  If we decide to cancel the live portion of a performance, we will transfer your tickets to a live stream ticket.  If you would prefer to see the show live on another night, please email us at tickets@dramatech.org and request an exchange to another evening.

We are so excited to welcome audiences back to the theatre.  See you soon!

 

Fall Festival 2020 Auditions

DT’s Fall Festival is a two-night event hosted by DT’s Outreach Committee. It will be held over two nights (October 16th and 17th) with a show on Night 1 and dinner and a movie on Night 2! Act submissions for Night 1 must be 5 minutes or less, but that is where the restrictions end! Sing! Dance! Act! Perform! Just please submit it below in this form. If your act is selected, the video you submit will be the video shown! The submission form will close October 9th @ 11:59pm.

Acts selected for the show will be notified by October 11th.

The show will be live-streamed October 16th @ 8pm.

Submit your audition here!

45 Plays for 45 Presidents

45 Plays for 45 Presidents is exactly what it sounds like, but every turn it takes is entirely unexpected. In each of these espresso shots of American history, a member of the flexible ensemble dons the star-spangled coat of the presidency and the group explores a surprising aspect of that administration. The short plays run on a spectrum from elections to impeachments, from personal stories to political battles, and from funny to tragic. Whether it’s a comedy roast of Thomas Jefferson, a nuanced monologue about social upheaval during the Johnson administration, or a mini-musical about George Bush Sr., you’re never going to know what’s coming next. A unique, thought-provoking, and wildly entertaining evening of theatre.

We will be streaming live on Broadway On Demand.
Click on a date, make an account on the website, and select what ticket type you are. Then be sure to log in before your showtime to get ready to see 45 Plays!

Click on a date below to reserve your tickets:

Friday, October 2nd at 8pm
Saturday, October 3rd at 8pm

Thursday, October 8th at 8pm
Friday, October 9th at 8pm
Saturday, October 10th at 8pm

HOW TO WATCH THE SHOW

Once you purchase your ticket, click the link for the show above.  Your show will be available there.

Broadway on Demand is available as an app on your phone, tablet, Amazon Fire Stick, AppleTV and Google Play.  You must download the app and log in to watch the show.

If you have any questions, contact us at info@broadwayondemand.com or call at +1 332-255-4180.

GTIF 2020

Come watch college and local troupes from the Atlanta area, and attend workshops from some of Atlanta’s finest improvisers!

All ages and experience levels are welcome to come to shows and attend workshops; price of admission for shows is $7 for GT students and $10 regular admission. Workshops are totally free!

Schedule of Events
Friday, March 6
8:00 pm: College Troupe Show! Come see colleges from around Atlanta showcase their wicked skills for your entertainment.

Saturday, March 7
11:00 am – 1:00 pm: LTT! directed workshop, all welcome!
2:00 pm – 6:30 pm: Workshops by guest directors from the Atlanta area including Amanda Roundtree!
8:00 pm: Atlanta Troupe Show, come see indie and house teams from around Atlanta be funny!
12:00 am: MIDNIGHT JAM! Anyone interested in playing is welcome!

See All Information Here:
https://dramatech.org/ltt/gtif/

Let’s Try This! Standalone 2/29

Get ready for a night of incredible improv on a leap day (it only comes around once every four years)! Don’t miss your chance to see LTT! perform in the standalone show!  Tickets are only $5!

First the opener: Chaos Theory 101 directed by the amazing Megan Huber (and casted by the fantastic Karan Khosla)! Cast: Bryn Merrell, Jake Anderson, Travis Adams, Austin Hughes, and Hope Kutsche

Then, the show, Between Dimensions, directed by the incredible Ma Sofia Sosa and Karan Khosla.
Cast: Jacob Gasque, Anna Daugherty, Ethan Boone, Brighton Ancelin, Kenny Crane-Moscowitz, and Ian Haessler

LTT! Presents Jimprov and Sockprov

Saturday, October 19 at 8pm

JIMPROV 
directed by Parker Davenport and Julia McElheron 
featuring Autumn Siebold 
Sam Rapoport 
Sylvia Li 
Ashley Alred 

SOCKPROV 
directed by Davis Wiliiams 
featuring Travis Adams 
Megan Huber 
Skyler Tordoya 
Daniel Keehn 
Grant Butler 

Pricing: 
$5

LTT! and DramaTech Tap Troupe

September 27, 2019 at 8pm

Join Let’s Try This! and DramaTech Tap Troupe for an evening of dance and improv!

 


A TRACER directed by Kenny Crane-Moscowitz
featuring Sylvia Li, Skyler Tordoya, Zack Humphries, Karan Khosla, Julia McElheron

A Macroscene directed by Megan Huber
featuring Travis Adams, Parker Davenport, Hannah Strudwick, Austin Hughes, Tyler Bolo, Jamie Hannukainen, Tyndal Mitchell

Opening act by the DramaTech Tap Troupe

 

Reading of Roberto Zucco

DramaTech is pleased to present a reading of Bernard Marie Koltes’ ROBERTO ZUCCO in conjunction with the visit of Amin Erfani.  Following the reading, there will be a brief discussion of the work.  Learn more about modern French theatre at Erfani’s talk on Thursday at 3pm in Swann 115.

About the play: The last play by legendary French writer Bernard-Marie Koltes was “a pioneer of a wholly new style of dramatic writing” (The Times) Who is Roberto Zucco?A prisoner or a secret agent? A lover or a rapist? A chameleon or a rhino? A peace-loving student or a killer on the run? In a series of poetic, fast-moving scenes, Koltes takes his hero on a mythical journey through a landscape of strange and violent beauty.

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