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V is for Violin
By Brittany Taylor
Directed by David Porter
February 26-27, 2015, at 7:30 p.m.
February 28, 2015, at 2 p.m. and
After the publication of a startling photograph taken in Africa, a photojournalist undergoes a backlash of controversial public opinion ripping away his and his wife’s newlywed bliss. Their innocence living in a comfortable, American culture is challenged and changed. Award- winning playwright Brittany Taylor, a 2012 ACU alumna, captures a close-up view of a couple struggling to make sense of love, choice, and personal responsibility as citizens of the world.
Talkback after every performance
Suitable for ages 13 and older
Alumni Competing in 2015 Competition
Brittany Taylor's ('12) play, Jars, is competing in the Manhattan Repertory Theatre Spring One Act Play Competition 2015. It will be produced March 30 - April 2 on 42nd Street, a block from Broadway. The winner of the competition will receive $1,000. In addition, the ACU Theatre is currently producing another original play by Brittany, V is for Violin, which plays February 26-28.
- Jeremy Varner ('10) was cast in James and the Giant Peach at The Alliance Theatre in Atlanta.
- Lara (Seibert) Young (‘06) was recently cast as the swing for Pippin on Broadway and is covering the Leading Player.
- David Utley (‘99) is the scenic designer for the upcoming film The Nice Guys with Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe shooting in Los Angeles and Atlanta.
- Connie and Caryn Esch (’14) are in the SAG/AFTRA feature film Cheerleader, playing the twin best friends of the head cheerleader.
- Rachel (Faulkner) Whyte (’14) has been cast as Lucinda in Into the Woods at the Ignite Theatre in Denver.