By Elizabeth Dinkova
The Gun Show is an unnerving look at American culture through the buying and selling of firearms. Two outsiders from Atlanta journey to one of the South’s largest gun shows. There, they encounter a spectrum of beliefs and stories that make up America’s obsession with guns. In this participatory theater experience, audience members will encounter a curated presentation of views on gun legislation, and attempt to find common ground and solutions to a national crisis.
is a director and writer from Sandanski, Bulgaria and a graduate of the M.F.A. Directing program at the Yale School of Drama, where she received the Julian Milton Kaufman prize for Directing. She was the 2017-2018 Yale Directing Fellow at the Alliance Theatre. Upcoming projects include TIT co-written with Jesse Rasmussen at the 7 Stages Home Brew Festival; Rage, adapted from Stephen King’s novel at Quinnipiac University; and BULGARIA! REVOLT! co-created with Miranda Rose Hall at Single Carrot Theatre. Since moving to Atlanta, Elizabeth has directed a BRAVE New Works Festival workshop of Road to a Dream, Mark Valdez’s Alliance-commissioned new play about Buford Highway, and her adaptation of The Seagull at Serenbe Playhouse. Other recent productions include the opera Orfeo ed Euridice by Christoph Willibald Gluck at Bel Cantanti Opera, and The Congresswomen inspired by Aristophanes with original music by Stew (Passing Strange).