A New Play by Whitney Rowland
Everyone in Jane’s life dies, and she’s starting to think it’s because of her. Harrison is flaky, indecisive, and unable to make the biggest commitment of his life. When Jane and Harrison’s paths intertwine, they embark on a journey that seals their fates. WAYFINDING, a new play by Whitney Rowland, is an unexpected, magical experience that explores what it means to love, lose, and find your place in the universe.
General Admission: Seniors and Students $24+ | Adults $28 +
Swanky Seats (Reserved Seating): Seniors and Students $34+ | Adults $38+
*Senior (65+), Student, Child (12-), Theater Industry Artist, Military, Educator discounts available
Saturday, March 7, 2020 at 7 pm | Pride Night Join us for a pre-show reception, sponsored by Gays for Plays Atlanta.
Sunday, March 15, 2020 at 5 pm | Inside Scoop! Stay for a post-show discussion and have a scoop of ice cream!
Monday, March 23, 2020 at 8 pm | Industry Night (PWYC) Theatre Industry professionals pay-what-you-can.
PWYC Wednesdays! Every Wednesday night performance, pay-what-you-can for your ticket.
Group rates available! For groups of 10+, get a great discount. Contact Sarah Kelley to create your group experience
Director - Rachel May
Playwright - Whitney Rowland
Assistant Director - Natalie Fox
Stage Manager - Quintara Johnson
Production Manager - Vallea Woodbury
Tecnical Director - Lindsay Eisold
Assistant Stage Manager/Assistant Dramaturg - Noel Dudley
Sound Designer - Dan Bauman
Set Designer - Elizabeth Jarrett
Lighting Designer - Elisabeth Cooper
Props Designer - Samantha Eubanks
Costume Designer - Cole Spivia
Technical Intern - Sedona Boncore
Whitney Rowland is a Minneapolis-based playwright and screenwriter. She has been a finalist for the O’Neill National Playwrights Conference, shortlisted for the Theatre503 New Play Award, and a finalist for both the Jerome Fellowship and the Core Writer program at the Playwrights’ Center. Her plays have been developed at numerous conferences, including the Last Frontier Theatre Conference, Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival, Great Plains Theatre Conference, and PlayPenn New Play Development Conference, where Whitney was named a 2019 Haas Fellow. She holds a Bachelors from the University of Kansas and an MFA in Dramatic Writing from Carnegie Mellon. You can learn more about her work at www.rowlandwriter.com.