Bodies Modeling – The Dead Never Looked So Good


Atlanta Fringe FestivalThe original one-act play Bodies Modeling written by Annie Elliott and directed by Henry Scott will debut at the Atlanta Fringe Festival’s venue Core Dance Thursday May 10 and will run through Sunday, May 13, 2012.

Bodies Modeling is a satire of the entertainment industry and generation X. Fighting through superficiality and generalizations, the protagonist, Sara Erwin, finally moves forward with her life, despite the fact that she, her generation, and country, is in a state of crisis. The play’s themes touch on superficiality and lack of depth in our culture, a younger generation’s inability to move forward due to economic issues and cultural meaninglessness, and an older generations refusal to adjust to a rapidly changing world. And of course, there is singing, dancing, and a chorus of dead fashion models-you won’t want to miss it!

In addition to the show’s veteran director Henry Scott, whose work has recently been featured on the stages of the Alliance Theatre, Bodies Modeling also features an original song entitled “Be a Star” by Christopher Cannon.

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