Atlanta audiences are invited to step into a splintered world of strange imaginings as Aurora Theatre presents the world premiere of the femme fantasy story SWEEP, February 10 –March 5, 2017! The magical quest, written by rising Latina playwright Georgina Escobar, follows two sisters’ attempt at resetting history’s imperfections by hunting both biblical and modern-day targets through a set of alternate realities called the “multiverse.” Imaginative and adventure-filled, this zany, time-traveling escapade is a can’t-miss production for the New Year!
“One of the most riveting facets of SWEEP is the exploration of the idea that history can be re-written to create different outcomes today,” said Abigail Vega, Director. “This fantastical thinking paired with an action-packed plot will entertain and captivate audiences, all while inviting them to experience an entirely new perspective on reality.”
“Multiverse” hit women, Luna and Siri, are armed with deadly broomsticks, sweeping the world’s mistakes into oblivion one human flaw at a time. But when they fail to clean up Adam and Eve’s apple situation, the two superhero sweepers find themselves unleashed on a cosmic journey through time. With Dragon Con sensibilities, this world premiere production is rife with the humor and adventure of a great graphic novel that will leave audiences stunned and surprised.
SWEEP will star some of the region’s leading actors, including Candice McLellan (Siri, Peter, and Grettlegrott), Jasmine Ellis (Luna), Cody Russell (Adam, John the Baptist and Ralph) and India Tyree (Eve, Hessa and Theresa). Throughout the 90-minute performance, the talented cast will portray multiple characters, adding even more entertainment to the fantastical plot.
Recommended for theatergoers with vivid imaginations, SWEEP will play February 10 –March 5, 2017. Regular show tickets range from $20-$30 and can be purchased online at bit.ly/SWEEPTickets or by calling the Box Office at 678-226-6222.
HI, I'm Kathy Bowen. I'm a California native but after being married to a now retired soldier I've lived all over the U.S. We finally settled in Atlanta 2 yrs ago. I have 5 beautiful children that keep me busy. Atlanta has such a great history and my family loves to get out on weekends and explore the city. I look forward to meeting you all at our monthly Girls Night Out and hear all about your journeys.