Nicholas L. Ashe and Joshua Boone in the 2013 production of Choir Boy. Photo by Greg Mooney.

Reiser Atlanta Artists Lab

In 2013, the Alliance Theatre launched the Reiser Atlanta Artists Lab to support and provide opportunities to artists of multiple theatre disciplines looking for a producing home for undeveloped work. Each year, the Alliance extends an open call for Atlanta artists to submit their projects for consideration. Three projects are chosen by a panel of judges representing local and national artists of varying disciplines.  Each project receives $10,000 to use toward further exploration and development, as well as access to the Alliance’s artistic, educational and production staffs, and rehearsal spaces. In its inaugural year the Alliance received 68 applications, representing 204 individual artists. 

It is the goal of the Reiser Atlanta Artists Lab to celebrate the breadth and vision of Atlanta-based artists, to encourage collaboration among Atlanta’s artistic community, and to seed projects that will be produced here in Atlanta. The outpouring of applications for inclusion in the inaugural year of the program shows the vibrancy of the artistic community living in Atlanta and the need for further support of local art.

The Reiser Atlanta Artists Lab Round 3 selections are:

A Cappella—A musical about finding your own voice
By Lead Artist Vynnie Meli; directed by Justin Anderson and featuring Naima Carter Russell

Idi Amin, America, and a Bar of Soap
By Lead Artist Patricia Henritze; directed by Matt Huff and featuring Derrick Kayongo

Knead, Punch, Bake
By Lead Artist Mary Lynn Owen; directed by David de Vries with music by Kendall Simpson

Submit your project to the fourth year of the Reiser Atlanta Artists Lab by October 15, 2016.

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