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Singular Voices Festival

CATEGORY : DRAMA
by Various

COMPANY : Georgia Shakespeare [WEBSITE]
VENUE : Conant Performing Arts Center [WEBSITE]
ID# 467

SHOWING : September 18, 2002 - September 22, 2002

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

GSF welcomes Associate Artists John Ammerman and Brad Sherrill home as they perform their critically acclaimed one-man plays. Ammerman's "Booth, Brother Booth" and Sherrill's "The Gospel of John" have sold out theaters and received rave reviews throughout the country. "Booth, Brother Booth" : The year is 1873, and Edwin Booth is destroying the theatrical trunk of his brother John Wilkes. Through this mesmerizing ghost play, Edwin is swept into a tide of reminiscence that recall touring American theaters with his father; performing in the gold camps of California; the courtship and loss of his wife; and the nightmare of Lincoln's assassination. "There are many moments of extraordinary beauty and tragic intensity…" - The Buffalo News. "The Gospel of John" : In The "Gospel of John" Brad Sherrill performs the fourth Gospel in its entirety--a performance that has been hailed as "…a rich fully dimensioned exploration of the New Testament text that you can appreciate no matter what faith you happen to have" (Creative Loafing) and "An amazing achievement…a transforming two hours of theater…Riveting!" (Atlanta Journal Constitution).


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