115 Grady Avenue

Athens, Georgia 30601

115 Grady Avenue

Athens, Georgia 30601

The Icarus Monologues

Performances June 28-30, 2024
Stories have been warped since time began. Twisted and turned into something they are not. The Icarus Monologues explores how stories have been twisted by their tellers, and history by its winners, through the medium of Greek gods and goddesses. Join this old cast of characters through a new lens, and journey into history (re)told.

Pride and Prejudice

Performances August 9-11 and 15-18, 2024
In a world where women are expected to be seen and not heard, Jane Austen’s female characters missed the memo. Join us as we take a turn about the room, fall in and out of love, and most importantly, enjoy the wit and candor of Elizabeth Bennet, one of literature’s most empathetic heroines.

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The Icarus Monologues

The Icarus Monologues

Stories have been warped since time began. Twisted and turned into something they are not. The Icarus Monologues explores how stories have been twisted by their tellers, and history by its winners, through the medium of Greek gods and goddesses. Join this old cast of characters through a new lens, and journey into history (re)told.

read more
Pride and Prejudice

Pride and Prejudice

In a world where women are expected to be seen and not heard, Jane Austen’s female characters missed the memo. Join us as we take a turn about the room, fall in and out of love, and most importantly, enjoy the wit and candor of Elizabeth Bennet, one of literature’s most empathetic heroines.

read more

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The Icarus Monologues

The Icarus Monologues

Stories have been warped since time began. Twisted and turned into something they are not. The Icarus Monologues explores how stories have been twisted by their tellers, and history by its winners, through the medium of Greek gods and goddesses. Join this old cast of characters through a new lens, and journey into history (re)told.

Pride and Prejudice

Pride and Prejudice

In a world where women are expected to be seen and not heard, Jane Austen’s female characters missed the memo. Join us as we take a turn about the room, fall in and out of love, and most importantly, enjoy the wit and candor of Elizabeth Bennet, one of literature’s most empathetic heroines.