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Wild + Free Staged Reading

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Dad's Garage Theatre

569 Ezzard Street Southeast

Atlanta, GA 30312

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Wild + Free is a full-length stageplay in development by award-winning writer candi dugas. This staged reading is FREE and open to the public. (Adult themes and language. A talkback with the playwright, cast and crew follows the reading.)

Synopsis. The second half of life was supposed to be a smooth journey to retirement for Creole shop owner, Sydney Augustine. After five years in a Georgia resort town, during the summer after 45’s election, smooth becomes bumpy as she is caught between an old flame and her current boyfriend – while the town’s white residents vehemently resist her plans of expanding her business, preferring to keep some historical secrets buried.

Wild + Free is candi's 9th stageplay, next in line to celebrate her works' consistent results of transforming lives and changing conversations.

This is the initial project supported by candi dugas & associates' pilot funding initiative, "Circle of Women." CoW produces dramatic and comedic expressions of the progressive feminine voice from Atlanta, Georgia.

Wild + Free was initially developed through the Monday Night Critique Sessions of Working Title Playwrights (Atlanta, GA).

Grab your FREE ticket today, visit our generosity page to add your support to Wild + Free, and like our Facebook page.

THANK YOU to our Sponsors:


THANK YOU to our Supporters:

  • Theodore Florence
  • Delia McIntyre
  • Rubin Perry
  • Vicki Woods

candi dugas, Playwright/Producer
Mia Kristin Smith, Director
Daphne Mintz, Dramaturg

Featuring: Tasia Grant, Kerwin Thompson

(We will announce the rest of our stellar cast of readers soon - stay tuned/connected!)

Sponsored project of FracturedAtlas.org.

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