Due to increased interest from the community, Horizon Theatre Company has added three Student and Senior Matinees and two evening performances to its run of Third Country by Suehyla El-Attar. Added performances will take place October 22-25, 2013.
The world comes to a small Southern town in the World Premiere of Third Country. The play, directed by Horizon Co-Artistic Director Lisa Adler, is inspired by the Clarkston, Georgia community where thousands of refugees have been resettled over the last decade. The play is sponsored by The MAP Fund and Macy’s Foundation.
ADDED DATES and TICKET PRICING
Student and Senior Matinees Tuesday, October 22 at 10:30 a.m., Thursday, October 24 at 10:30 a.m., Friday, October 25 at 10:30 a.m.
Tickets are $12 for student groups and $15 for senior groups for the Student & Senior Matinees. 8% sales tax will be added to all orders. Call 404.523.1477 x111 for more information.
A select number of $20 tickets are available to the public for these performances. To purchase tickets, call 404.584.7450 or visit www.horizontheatre.com.
Evening Performances Wednesday, October 23 at 8 p.m. Thursday, October 24 at 8 p.m.
Tickets for the added evening performances are $20. 8% sales tax will be added to all orders. To purchase tickets call 404.584.7450 or visit www.horizontheatre.com.
Group discounts are available for parties of 10 or more. Contact Group Sales at 404.523.1477 x111 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Nura, a refugee, clings to her soccer ball like a lifeline as she meets Sasha, a resettlement worker who is her guide to a strange new home in a small Southern town. But the welcome is mixed in this community reeling from a flood of newcomers – all refugees from around the world. A community meeting divides the town, and a soccer field becomes the battleground for its future. Will longtime residents and these eager new Americans learn to work together to find peace?
Inspired by real life events in nearby Clarkston, Georgia, playwright Suehyla El-Attar (Horizon’s The Perfect Prayer) uses her signature wit and optimism to look at a community in transition, and what happens when we must redefine and share our homes. A poignant new play from our own changing backyard.