The actor-playwright-librettist landed here because “Chicago is too cold, New York is a little too crazy. So it was Atlanta, and it’s the best decision I ever made.”
This year’s series of rehearsed staged readings begins Sunday with Derek Dixon’s “When Things Are Lost,” a comic-drama about friendship, loss, understanding and forgiveness.
When Atlanta’s professional theater artists honor their own at Monday night’s Suzi Bass awards, 11 playwrights will be recognized for new work, with one earning the coveted Gene-Gabriel Moore Playwriting Award. Many of the nominees have had work produced around the country.