To benefit the East Atlanta Community Association
New York Times Best Selling Author, Neil Gaiman’s “Snow, Glass, Apples” retells the tale of Snow White from the vantage point of the stepmother. As the queen’s suspicions of her vampire-like stepdaughter begin to grow, her attempts to protect all that is dear to her unravel when she fails to trust her own instincts. A shocking tale of survival in which nothing is as it seems.
Showing August 24-28, 2011 at East Atlanta Village Farmer’s Market, W-Sat 8:30pm, Sun 6:00 & 8:30pmAug. 24-28th, 2011, Director Lisa Stock invites spectators to enter a dreamlike Spring Fair to witness a dark tale of blood, hunger, and mistrusting your instincts. Neil Gaiman’s "Snow, Glass, Apples" turns the story of Snow White upside down allowing the wicked stepmother to tell her side of the tale. Audiences will literally walk into the fairy tale and stand side by side with the characters. Staged inside the East Atlanta Village Farmer’s Market, this is no Renaissance Festival, but a door to a wicked carnival of innocence gone wrong. Dancers create the forest, which the audience has to pass through before entering the market; Snow White’s heart dangles above – beating in haunting memory; and other surreal images bring to life this tale of trusting ones own instincts at the darkest of times. All performances will benefit the East Atlanta Community Association. Director Lisa Stock will conduct a Q&A with the audience after the performance on August 25th. Due to adult themes and simulated violence, parents strongly cautioned. However, the Sunday 6:00pm performance on the 28th will be "family friendly".
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