Marietta’s New Theatre In The Square will bring a throwback drama to patrons everywhere for one night only this weekend.

Just the facts

Native Son, a dramatic play by Nambi E. Kelley, will stream on the theatre’s website on July 11. Depicting a gripping and timeless message, the production originally ran in Marietta in the summer of 2017.

From Marietta’s New Theatre In The Square

We have been given the opportunity to stream our 2017 production of Native Son, presented in collaboration with the Actors Theatre of Georgia for one night! Tune in on July 11th for a show you DON’T want to miss! You will be able to purchase your tickets online as you have in the past, and upon doing so will receive an email with the link that will allow you to stream the show!

About Native Son

For one night only, Marietta’s New Theatre in the Square brings back Native Son, a play by Nambi E. Kelley, adapted from the novel by Richard Wright, and directed by Emil Thomas. Native Son tells the story of Bigger Thomas, a black man navigating prejudice and relationships in the 1930’s. Patrons may purchase a ticket to stream this 2017 production, presented in collaboration with the Actor’s Theatre of Georgia.

About those tickets…

Click here to purchase for $14.99.

Click here to donate to Marietta’s New Theatre In The Square.


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