The GOOD Works Project
The GOOD Works Project
The GOOD Works Project provides an avenue for new, emerging writers to have their voices heard in today’s world of theater.
The GOOD Works Project provides an avenue for new, emerging writers to have their voices heard in today’s world of theater. Read more
What is the GOOD Works Project?
The GOOD Works Project provides an avenue for new, emerging writers to have their voices heard in today’s world of theater. The festival provides an awesome platform for exposure and constructive feedback.
Why is the GOOD Works Project so important?
It gives New playwrights an outlet, for presenting fresh and innovative works. Provides exposure for everyone involved in the process. Supports the arts & theatre in our society, and allows opportunity for new scenic designers, light designers, and actors in the Atlanta area to work together.
How does the GOOD Works Project work?
Six new plays are selected by our team. We then produce six productions, in the heart of Atlanta's theatre scene. Talent/Literary agents, Directors, and Casting professionals are invited to the performances. Chosen plays will have the opportunity to be produced internationally.
The Directors will work closely with the writers. After performances there will be talk backs to give the playwrights feedback and to help them discover new possibilities.
The G.W.P. Team:
Tara Helrich, GWP Artistic Director - Tara is a graduate from Binghamton University in New York. Her studies there resulted in a Master’s degree in Theatre, with a focus in acting and directing. She has taught many classes in schools and studios around Atlanta, as well as been involved with multiple theaters and training programs around the city. Some of her training includes the Meisner technique, directing, Children’s Theatre, Improvisation, Musical Theatre, and Commedia Del Arte.
Adonis El-Mohtar, GWP Production Designer -
Michael M. Good, Executive Producer - Michael holds a BA in Professional Theatre & English from South Carolina State University, a GPSC certification in Drama and is a member of the Screen Actors Guild. He has worked as an actor for over 15 years, as a drama teacher for all grade levels and has a passion for helping actors achieve their dreams. As owner of Good Acting Studio, his vision is to train all actors, from novice to the professional in becoming the total actor.
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