Saturday, November 26, 2016 — Theatrical Outfit proudly contines our new-this-season community engagement initiative called Downtown Dialogues. Patrons are invited to be downtown and join a panel of special guests in an open dialogue about the social and global themes in the current show. Downtown Dialogues happen once per production on the second Sunday after Opening and are FREE to all patrons with a ticket to any performance during the run.
The Outfit production of Big Fish (December 1-18), in which a father's epic and fantastical life becomes his son's personal investigative quest, is directed by Theatrial Outfit Artistic Director, Tom Key, and stars a cast of twelve of Atlanta's top singers, actors and dancers.
ABOUT THE BIG FISH DOWNTOWN DIALOGUE
"Beneath the Surface of Storytelling in BIG FISH"
Sunday, December 11, 12:30pm-1:30pm at Theatrical Outfit
2:00pm — house re-opens for the matinee performance of BIG FISH at 2:30pm
FREE to all patrons with a ticket to any performance.
Patron sign up (acknowledging intent to attend) HERE.
DECEMBER 11th GUEST PANELISTS*
- Moderator: Daren Wang, Executive Director, Decatur Book Festival
- Lee Culpepper, family psychologist and Theatrical Outfit subscriber
- Barry Stewart Mann, professional storyteller and actor
- Stasia Kelly, daughter of renowned tramp clown, Emmett Kelly (Weary Willie)
*subject to change
ABOUT THE MUSICAL
By John August (based on the novel by Daniel Wallace)
Music and Lyrics by Andrew Lippa
Inspired by the novel and hit Tim Burton film, Big Fish spotlights Edward Bloom, a traveling salesman whose biggest hope is to live life to its fullest. Edward’s tall-tales thrill everyone in earshot except his questioning son Will, about to be a father himself, who demands to know the truth behind Dad’s epic stories of giants, fortune-telling witches and mermaids. Full of heart, humor and inventive stagecraft, Big Fish offers an experience only theatre can – one that’s richer, funnier and bigger than life itself.
“Remarkable! A show for everyone who loves musicals. Don’t dare miss this!” — Variety
PERFORMANCE DATES & TICKETS*
Previews: December 1-2, 2016 at 7:30PM
Opening Night: December 3, 2016 at 7:30PM
Regular Performances: December 4-18, 2016
Performances of Big Fish are Wednesdays through Saturdays at 7:30PM and Saturdays and Sundays at 2:30PM. Tickets range from $20-$50 and may be purchased online at theatricaloutfit.org or by calling 678.528.1500. Group pricing is available. For info, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Ticket prices are subject to availability. Fees and taxes apply. Order early for best pricing.
GALLERY on view for run of Big Fish
Visitors to Theatrical Outfit may view a gallery of whimsical and joyous pieces by local artist Sherry Cook and her daughter Katie Turner.
Travis Smith* – Edward Bloom
Laura Floyd* – Sandra Bloom
Ben Thorpe* – Will Bloom
Julissa Sabino* – Josephine Bloom
Gabe Bowles – Young Will/Will’s Son
Naima Carter Russell* – Jenny Hill
Bill Murphey* – Amos/Dr. Bennett/Mayor
Randi Garza* – The Witch
Caroline Arapoglou – The Girl in the Water
Blake Burgess – The Giant
Daniel Burns – Don Price
Benjamin Davis – Zacky Price
Joseph Masson, Jimmica Collins, Alexandra Duncan, Trevor Goble, Edward McCreary – Understudies
Tom Key* – Director
S. Renee Clark – Musical Director
Ricardo Aponte – Choreographer
Isabel and Moriah Curley-Clay – Scenic and Costume Designers
Joseph Futral – Lighting Designer
Rob Brooksher – Sound Designer
MC Park – Properties Designer
Clifton Guterman* – Assistant Director and Casting Director
Barbara Gantt O'Haley* – Stage Manager
*Member of Actors’ Equity Association
THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS: Fulton County Office of Cultural Affairs, Turner Broadcasting, City of Atlanta Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs, Jackson Spalding, Publix Super Markets Charities, Grants to Green, The Metropolitan Atlanta Arts Fund
COMMUNITY PARTNERS: Tall Tales Books, Decatur Book Festival, Compassionate Atlanta