Join us for a series of unique, one-time-only performances for the "Theatre in your Mind."
Our second event in the series features Daryl Fazio reading "Elizabeth Quick." Elizabeth used to be a wife, a writer, and one time she took a kickboxing class. But she never considered herself powerful. Until an extinction event left behind a wild and wondrous new planet, equal parts dangerous and astonishing. Now Elizabeth, searching for her teenage daughter, finds herself alone in those wilds and is realizing that, just like the animals she sees evolving in the blink of an eye, she must become someone she never thought possible.
Registration is strongly encouraged.
Due to staff stortages this evening, the event will be in the Ground Floor Auditorium. Entry to the Auditorium will be through the rear, lower level parking deck doors at the Decatur Library. Parking is available on the upper and lower levels of the deck, and we do have several spaces on each level for folks with mobility issues.
To enter the Lower Level of the parking deck, turn into the Library driveway, pass the bookdrop and the upper level entrance (to the right) and continue down the hill toward the tennis courts and community garden. The lower level parking deck entrance will be on the right. The Library will be closed for regular business, so only the rear, lower level doors will be open.
Parking is available on the upper and lower levels of the deck, and we do have several spaces on each level for folks with mobility issues. If you park on the upper level, tou can take the blue, circular stairwell by the rear doors to get down to the lower level.
Daryl Lisa Fazio (she/her) is a writer, actor, and designer based in Atlanta, GA. Her plays and musicals have been produced off-Broadway as well as professional regional theaters from Florida to Maine. She has written commissions for Horizon Theatre and Emory University and has been awarded opportunities at the NAMT Festival of New Musicals, the Alliance Theatre, and the New York Musical Theatre Festival. Developmental workshops: Barter Theatre, Contemporary American Theatre Festival, Actor’s Express Threshold Festival, Synchronicity Theatre SHEwrites, Florida Rep PlayLab, and more. During the pandemic, Daryl wrote her first novel, which she has since turned into a self-produced serial fiction podcast called Pearl River Remains. She likes rescue dogs and cats and has a lot of them. darylsplays.com
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