20th Anniversary Season Shows: True Colors Theatre

Upcoming True Colors Productions

Good Bad People

Written by: Rachel Lynett

Written by: Alonzo D. Lamont, Jr.

The Wiz: True Colors Theatre 20th Anniversary Season

Upcoming True Colors Productions

20th Anniversary Season Shows: True Colors Theatre
Good Bad People
The Wiz: True Colors Theatre 20th Anniversary Season

Good Bad People

Written By: Rachel Lynett
Directed By: Ibi Owolabi
Dates: February 14 – March 12, 2023

WHEN THE WORLD’S SPOTLIGHT IS ON YOU, HOW WILL YOU SHOW UP TO THE FIGHT?

With her trademark blend of wry humor and incisive language, Lynett takes us on an emotional journey with a well-to-do Black family as they deal with the aftermath of their son’s death at the hands of police. Set in the Baldwin Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles in 2019, Good Bad People explores the ways race and class both unite and divide communities.

"Good Bad People" Performance at MARTA

“Good Bad People” at MARTA!

Scenes, Musical and Spoken Word Performances

Date: February 7, 2023
Time: 4:30PM – 5:30PM
Location: MARTA Five Points Station

Join us for a first look at scenes from our upcoming production of “Good Bad People” along with musical and spoken word performances inspired by this powerful play!

True Colors Theatre Company Next Narrative Monologue Competition

NEXT NARRATIVE MONOLOGUE COMPETITION

2023 Atlanta Regional Competition

It’s that Atlanta energy, a vibe like none other that influences everything – from being the cradle of the Civil Rights Movement to the epicenter of southern hip-hop to home of the fiercest theatrical talent on the planet. Atlanta. It makes sense that we’re developing 21st century monologue content + delivery, right here, with the Next NarrativeTM Monologue Competition (NNMC). More than a competition, Atlanta’s best and brightest high school artists amplify creativity at the intersection of artistic excellence and civic engagement.

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Thank You Sponsors

Season Sponsors:

The Wish Foundation

The Amos Family Foundation
AEC Trust

David, Helen and Marian Woodward Fund

Small Business Administration
MARTA: True Colors Theatre Company Sponsor

Jordan and Kristen Silton

Next Narrative Monologue Competition Sponsors:

John H. & Wilhelmina D. Harland Charitable Foundation, Inc.

Delta Community Credit Union

Sartain Lanier Family Foundation

PR Consultants:

True Colors Theatre Company: Public Relations Sponsor

Season Sponsors:

Bloomberg Philanthropies
Doris Duke Charitable Foundation

The Wish Foundation

The Amos Family Foundation
AEC Trust

David, Helen and Marian Woodward Fund

Small Business Administration
National Endowment for the Arts
Fulton County Arts and Culture
MARTA: True Colors Theatre Company Sponsor
Georgia Council for the Arts

Jordan and Kristen Silton

Warner Bros. Discovery

Next Narrative Monologue Competition Sponsors:

John H. & Wilhelmina D. Harland Charitable Foundation, Inc.

Delta Community Credit Union

Sartain Lanier Family Foundation

PR Consultants:

True Colors Theatre Company: Public Relations Sponsor