Serenbe Playhouse Announces the Lineup for Its Fourth Season, “A Season Of Change”

Serenbe Playhouse's Season

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On the heels of a critically acclaimed third season, Serenbe Playhouse presents its fourth season, “A Season of Change.” The summer will begin with the world premiere adaptation of Margery Williams’ classic The Velveteen Rabbit (Friday, June 7 – Saturday, July 27), followed by Lee Blessing’s political drama A Walk in the Woods (Thursday, June 27 – Sunday, July 14) and conclude with the Broadway favorite Hair: The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical (Thursday, July 25 – Sunday, August 11).

“A Season of Change is our biggest and boldest yet,” says Serenbe Playhouse Founder Brian Clowdus. “We have come into our own by dreaming big and we are going to embrace change as we move forward.”

Saturday, May 18, 2013 at 7:30 p.m.
The Stables in Serenbe
Tickets: $125 or VIP $150

Serenbe Playhouse will kick off the 2013 “Season of Change” with a theatrical homage to the original change agents— Salvador and Gala Dali. Enter the Avant-garde world of Dali and his muse as The Stables in Serenbe are transformed into a Dada Salon of Midnight in Paris expats.The event will be The Playhouse’s 4th annual Gala and biggest fundraiser of the year. VIP Tickets include pre-party beginning at 6:30PM with private champagne lounge access and surreal photo opportunity.

The Velveteen Rabbit
Based on the Original Story by Margery Williams
Adapted by Rachel Teagle, Concept by Robyn Rebecca Young
Directed by Brian Clowdus, Choreographed by Bubba Carr
Friday, June 7 – Saturday, July 27 (Every Friday & Saturday at 11 a.m.)

There once was a Velveteen Rabbit, splendid and new! Travel to a time when toys were sewn with stitches and before modern technologies became all the rage in this original adaptation of the Margery Williams’ classic. Serenbe Playhouse’s The Velveteen Rabbit will remind children of all ages that being real isn’t how you are made, but a feeling that can change you forever.

A Walk in the Woods
By Lee Blessing, Directed by Harrison Long
Saturday, June 27 – Sunday, July 14 (Every Thursday – Sunday at 8:30 p.m.)

Revealing conversations, profound frustration and deepening understanding – two superpower arms negotiators, a Russian and American, meet in the woods of Geneva to negotiate nuclear disarmament. In A Walk in the Woods, the elemental differences in two systems of government will continue to exacerbate as long as the real power rests in the hands of those burdened by the bitterness of the past.

HAIR: The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical
Book and Lyrics by James Rado and Gerome Ragni, Music by Galt MacDermot
Directed by Brian Clowdus, Music Directed by Seth Davis, Choreographed by Bubba Carr
Thursday, July 25 – Sunday, August 11 (Thursday – Sunday at 8:30 p.m.)

Serenbe is letting down its Hair this summer with the original rock musical that redefined American Theatre and awakened a generation. Join hands, pick a wild flower and commune with The Tribe, a group of politically active, long-haired hippies of the “Age of Aquarius” as they protest and fight against the Vietnam War. Seeking to find a new way, they begin by recreating themselves as they yearn to change the world.

In its third season, “A Season of Dreams,” set within the majestic green spaces of Serenbe, Alice in Wonderland left children of all ages inspired with imagination and wonder. Next in line, A Midsummer Night’s Dream set under the stars proved the then three year old theatre could in fact dream bigger as the show was a huge success, drawing in larger crowds than ever before. Finally, the Regional World Premiere of the soulful musical Time Between Us concluded the season by leaving audiences engaged and introducing new work to the Atlanta stage. Serenbe Playhouse is proud to once again be named 2012’s Best Place to See a Play” by Lifestyle Magazine and “Best of Atlanta: Emerging “Green” Room” by Atlanta Magazine.

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