The Process Theatre strives to educate, enlighten, and enhance the community through new and established works. Artistic Director DeWayne Morgan and our resident artists are thrilled to celebrate more than ten years of producing, as we continue to introduce new voices and big ideas to Atlanta audiences.  The Process Theatre Co. is proud to be a resident company at OnStage Atlanta, one of the city's longest-running theatrical companies.


 
 
NOW ON STAGE
 

 

PERFECT ARRANGEMENT by Topher Payne
Directed by DeWayne Morgan
Winner of the
     American Theatre Critics Association 2014 Osborn New Play Award

Washington, 1950. At the U.S. Department of State, Director of Personnel Bob Martindale and his secretary, Norma Baxter have been charged with the task of rooting out 'deviant' security risks- meaning homosexuals. Unbeknownst to the Department, Bob and Norma are themselves closeted - they've married each other's partners, Jim and Millie, as a cover. In order to maintain the facade for visitors, the Martindales and the Baxters have created lives as perfect as a sitcom- right down to the corny jokes and occasional product placements. But when an employee discovers their secret and threatens exposure, the group discovers how difficult maintaining the illusion can be.
Click here for more info and the cast list.


 

September 12 - October 4
Friday and Saturday at 8pm, Sundays at 3pm

TICKETS: Reserved Fridays&Saturdays $23; Sundays $16
Senior/Student/Military discounts available for Friday/Saturday only

Reserve tickets by phone at 404-245-4205 or online at onstageatlanta.tix.com

The show is performed at OnStage Atlanta at 2969 E Ponce De Leon Ave, Decatur, GA 30030

 

 

 

 

 
2013
PLAY DAY
New Play Read-a-thon
  

 Thanks to all who participated as readers and audience members.
And a special thanks to our playwrights G.M. Lupo, Kate Guyton, Daniel Guyton, Peter Hardy, Annie Harrison, Timothy Aaron Styles, Allen Crowe, Hank Kimmell, Barbara and Carlton Molette, Robert Drake, Hank Kimmell, Dewayne Morgan, Derek Ratliff, Topher Payne, and Johnny Drago. 

THANKS TO THESE FINE COMPANIES FOR THEIR SUPPORT:
Atlanta Lyric
Atlanta Shakespeare Company
Aurora Theatre
Essential Theatre
Stage Door Players
OnStage Atlanta
 

PLAYS READ DURING THE DAY:
Opposites Detract - G.M Lupo
Tally O’malley – Kate Guyton
The Starlight 6 – Peter Hardy
Daffodils - Daniel Guyton
Safe Haven - Kate Guyton
Cutting - Annie Harrison
A Friend to All the Little Guys – Daniel Guyton
Pigtails and Bobby Sox – Daniel Guyton
Shhh!!!... - Timothy Aaron Styles
If the Price is Right - Allen Crowe
Advantage Beckett – Hank Kimmell
Tim’s Big Announcement – G.M. Lupo
Local Madison Theatre – Peter Hardy
Out of Time – Barbara and Carlton Molette
Widgets - Barbara and Carlton Molette
The Peculiar Similarity Between Golf & Haunted Houses: A Play - Robert Drake
Streetcar Serenade – Hank Kimmell
Saundra and Saundra - DeWayne Morgan and Derek Ratliff
Lakebottom Prime - Topher Payne
Trash - Johnny Drago

 

 

 

 

Come get a sneak peek at our new theatre!

That's right, our home theater OnStage Atlanta has a new address:

2969 East Ponce de Leon Ave

Just a few doors down from the Dekalb Farmer's Market and Kudzu Antiques.

 

OnStage Atlanta and Process Theatre are thrilled to be taking this new step in our growth. It's going to be an amazing adventure! 

 

Click here to find out how you can help us with this giant move.

 
 

 CLICK HERE FOR OUR PAST PRESS RELEASE FROM FALL 2012

 

 
 

Young audiences delight in our touring production, JOURNEY TO ALPHABETICA.  Join us in the delightful tale of a young student named Bobbie, whose resistance in learning to read launches her on a magical and mystical journey into the Land of Alphabetica. Inside this land, she meets many characters, both friend and foe, who help her find her passion for reading and learning.

JOURNEY TO ALPHABETICA is designed for production in virtually any space, perfect for classrooms, auditoriums, community centers, and pavilions. Contact The Process Theatre Co. to schedule a performance!

   
     
 

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