Debilitated by Alzheimer's disease, Nora Blodget follows the vision of her late husband into the woods on a cold night. Nora's life flashes before her -- revealing her former life as a dynamic teacher, a caring wife, and a loving mother. Will Nora's daughter find her mother in time?
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The year is 1825, the place Rouen, a small city on the Seine in Normandy where a pair of Parisian cousins have been sent to "cool their ambitions" to become actresses. But when they arrive at their grandmother's house, they are thrust into the excitement and intrigue of "tartufferie," as peasants with pitchforks are at odds with the local authorities, demanding the local theatre company perform Moliere's "Tartuffe" as a protest against the hypocrisy of restrictive laws...
Eleemosynary probes into the delicate relationship of three singular women: the grandmother, Dorothea, who has sought to assert her independence through strong-willed eccentricity; her brilliant daughter, Artie (Artemis), and Artie's daughter, Echo, a child of exceptional intellect.
She Kills Monsters tells the story of Agnes Evans as she leaves her childhood home in Ohio following the death of her teenage sister, Tilly.
Set in the summer of 1936, the play depicts the late summer days when love briefly seems possible for five of the Mundy sister. View on walive.tv!
Ten Woodward students participated in the annual South Metro Atlanta Music Teachers Association Music Day Festival.
Four Middle School art students were selected to exhibit their photography in the virtual Atlanta Celebrates Photography Open Exhibition.
US Theatre Festival shows now available for streaming on walive.tv!
With the current situation dictating no mass gatherings for performances on campus, our theatre department has naturally gotten creative, developing a system of mini-productions to allow both students on campus and those working remotely to participate in productions. We talked with Woodward's Director of Theatre Erin Greenway '00 to gain more insight on the process.
Woodward North fourth-grader Aditya L. received a Superior rating for the third consecutive year.