Fresh off directing the Clayton State Theatre’s fall 2012 production of “Macbeth,” Patricia Henritze, Clayton State assistant professor of Theater, will be part of a much different theatrical work on Monday, Dec. 3.
Moving from “the bard” to “the blind,” Henritze is taking part in the 10th
anniversary celebration of Atlanta’s premiere playwriting organization, Working Title (http://www.workingtitleblog.com/
). It’s a chain play, wherein 10 local playwrights were invited to write “blind” scenes for a play.
“Each playwright wrote one scene in the play; never knowing who the other writers were,” explains Henritze. “It’s a fun exercise.”
“The WTP Chain Play” will be performed as a staged reading at the Academy Theater, 119 Center St., in Avondale Estates, Ga., on Monday, Dec. 3 at 7:30 p.m. Admission is on a “pay what you can” basis, from $5 to $25.