Theatrical Outfit is bringing “smart, authentic, vital” theatre back digitally with A Hundred Words for Snow, now streaming through May 2, 2021.

Quick facts

A Hundred Words for Snow stars Kristen Jeter (TO’s Downtown Dialogues: FLEX) as Rory. It is directed by Matt Torney with lighting design by Ben Rawson, sound design Rashaad Pierre of Multiband Studios, costume design by Rachael Karas, properties design by Courtney Greever-Fries, and filming & editing by Brian Wallenberg of SaturnBlu Productions.

In Theatrical Outfit’s words

“I am thrilled with the response we have gotten for our digital programming so far and am excited to continue to share exceptional plays with Atlanta audiences this Spring,” says Artistic Director Matt Torney. “When putting this season together, we challenged ourselves to look for plays that both engaged directly with the crucial questions of 2021 and the COVID recovery, and also allowed our audience escape into new worlds and explore ideas in fresh and exciting ways.”

About A Hundred Words for Snow

How do you plan for adventure? 15-year-old Rory’s father always wanted to be an Arctic explorer, but had to settle for being a geography teacher in suburban England. When he dies suddenly in an accident, Rory decides to honor her dad’s lifelong dream and to take his ashes on one last, great expedition to the North Pole. Direct from a sold-out run on London’s West End, Tatty Hennessy’s epic and hilarious A Hundred Words for Snow will take you on an unforgettable journey through love, loss, and endless snow.

About those tickets…

VIP Packages and Single Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased by visiting or calling 678-528-1500.

About Sally Henry Fuller

A theatre aficionado with a passion for telling people's stories, Sally Henry Fuller is a performing arts journalist. She has had the privilege of interviewing both local theatre professionals and multi-award-winning celebrities including Carol Burnett, Matthew Morrison, Vanessa Williams, Josh Gad, and Taylor Hicks. With theatre journalism experience since 2011, her work has also been featured on, the Huffington Post, and the Kennedy Center's American College Theatre Festival.

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