TNT is thrilled to announce this ALABAMA Premiere, a play by Atlanta-based playwright Daryl Lisa Fazio. SPLIT IN THREE is set in the Mississippi Delta, 1969. The Supreme Court has put its foot down and in this last county, desegregation must dissolve. Poor sisters, Nola and Nell, one grounded by cynicism and the other by faith, live day-to-day. Until they discover a highly-educated sister they never knew they had. And in a place where separation begets isolation, difference turns out to be a saving grace.

 

Daryl will be joining the production team, led by Director Michael Flowers, for audience talk backs, in-school visits, meetings with the cast, and more!!

 

DECEMBER 7 ~ December 17, 2017​

Thur, Fri and Sat nights at 8:00

Sunday matinees (Dec. 10 & 17) at 2:30

and Patty McDonald present...

Daryl Lisa Fazio

Directed By:     Michael Flowers  **  Designed By:   D. Connor McVey

Seth Burgess

"CLIFFORD"

Russ Hobbie

"TUCKER"

Shronda Major

"PENNY"

Jill Marlar

"NELL"

Carolyn Messina

"NOLA"

This December's presentation is the second installment in what we hope to grow into a Southeast, play writing competition. Every year TNT's “WRITTEN IN THE SOUTH” Series plans to feature the works of new Southern playwrights, both published and unpublished. Our goal is to provide a venue for developing playwrights to showcase their work and an opportunity for area actors, directors, and students to collaborate and interact directly with the authors during the production period. “WRITTEN IN THE SOUTH” also promises to give Birmingham audiences the first look at what is being created by the talented artists in this part of the country. Last December, TNT was the presenter for the World Premiere of Audrey Cefaly’s “Love Is A Blue Tick Hound”, which was a perfect way to kickoff this exciting annual event.

NOTE: This show is NOT part of the TNT regular, Season Ticket package. Second Thursday, December 14, is "Pay What You Can Afford".

THIS PRODUCTION is brought to you by generous grants from:

The Robert R. Meyer Foundation

and the

Community Foundation of Greater Birmingham.

Without them, this presentation would not be possible.

****    This production contains adult language and the use of herbal cigarettes.    ****
Terrific New Theatre's Mission Statement

​The mission of Terrific New Theatre is to promote the presence of non-profit community theatre in Birmingham, Alabama, and the surrounding region, through presentation of a distinctive season of high-quality contemporary programs. In addition, TNT will act as a showcase for local talent and as a workshop/lab where theatre folk can experience hands-on participation.