Our network

7 Stages announces 2013-14 season | Arts & Culture

Title (Max 100 Characters)

7 Stages announces 2013-14 season
Arts & Culture
7 Stages announces 2013-14 season

ATLANTA -- 7 Stages Theatre in Little Five Points has announced the lineup for its 35th season, which begins in September.

RELATED | Dad's Garage moves to 7 Stages

The new season will feature some unique productions, including a larger-than-life adaptation of a young adult adventure novel, and a collaboration with Kennesaw State University to bring a classic war story to life.

The Navigator
A 7 Stages Original Production
Sept. 27 through Oct. 13

A large-scale, roving, immersive theatrical spectacle for brave children and thrill-seeking adults, based on the fantasy-adventure novel of the same name, The Navigator combines puppetry, video and silhouette projection, live actors and interactive music on a 12-acre 19th-century munitions factory, transformed into multiple staging areas.

* The Navigator will be performed at the Goat Farm Arts Center, which is located on Foster Street NW in West Midtown.

No(se)onenowhere
By Dimona
Nov. 15-17

Dimona is a group of young artists from the south of Israel. No(se)onenowhere is a show wherein a single actor creates a universe made of gibberish, placards and wonderful theatrical effects.

Krampus Xmas: Krampus and Santa's Excellent Adventure
A 7 Stages Original Production
Dec. 19-21

Krampus and Santa are back, with a way excellent adventure, courtesy of 7 Stages and Java Lords. This production features the Little Five Points Rockstar Orchestra and the 7 Stages hand bell choir.

Red Badge of Courage
A 7 Stages Original Production
Feb. 27 through Mar. 23

Combining puppets, object theater, animation and live actors, Red Badge of Courage takes the audience to the heart of battle to experience the horror and absurd surrealism of pre-industrial warfare, and to consider the effect on the hearts and minds of young people thrust into its midst.

* Red Badge of Courage is a co-production with Kennesaw State University.

Mass Transit Muse
A 7 Stages Original Production
May 2-18

Combining spoken-word poetry with live music, hip-hop and modern dance, Mass Transit Muse takes the audience onboard a New Orleans public bus as it journeys through the city, telling the diverse stories of the riders we encounter.

The Secret History of Love
By Sean Dorsey
May 29 through June 1

Trailblazing transgender choreographer Sean Dorsey reveals the underground ways that LGBT people have managed to survive and love each other in decades past. The Secret History of Love was created through a multi-year "LGBT Elders Oral Project," in which Dorsey recorded the stories of LGBT elders from around the country.

Learn more about all the productions and buy tickets at 7stages.org.

Arts & Culture