Atlanta Green in association with Theatre503 presents
£12 Conc. / £15 Adult Std. / ‘Pay What You Can’ Sat. Matinee
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RUNNING TIME: 60mins (no interval)
What would Lilo be without Stitch?
What would Tom be without Jerry?
What would Bonnie be without Clyde?
And more fittingly what would Claudia be without Rhonda?
Black Ice is a poetic journey of two cell mates as they explore friendship, addiction, motherhood and murder, as old secrets and inner demons are brought to light. The prestigious ex trophy wife Rhonda meets slick-mouthed, ex cocaine-obsessed Claudia resulting in a hilarious yet heart warming story.
Atlanta Green is a multidisciplinary writer and performance poet from south west London, with experience writing for both stage and screen as well as blogging and self publishing two books.
Atlanta has had a number of short theatrical plays performed at various theatres in London including Theatre503, Hackney Attic, The Courtyard, The Bread and Roses Theatre, Theatre N16 and Gerrys - Stratford Royal Theatre East. Black Ice, previously named The Inmate Monologues, was Atlanta's first full-length theatre piece; previously staged at The Hen and Chickens Theatre in 2017.
Delving into the art of short film, Atlanta's screenwriting credits include: Just Press Play (2018) and Black and Blue - Zane (2018). Atlanta's style of writing is witty, hard hitting, poetic and compelling.
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