comissioned by The Artist's Laboratory Theatre
"Good Person of South Fayetteville" is a very loose adaptation of Bertolt Brecht's "Good Person of Szechwan" inspired inspired by transcript interviews with Fayetteville, AR residents experiencing homelessness/housing insecurity and a bit of Ozark "granny majick." This new play highlights intersecting issues in Fayetteville, AR, including housing insecurity, public transit, and poverty.
2018 - The Artist's Laboratory Theatre, workshop
2018 - The Artist's Laboratory Theatre, reading
"Immersive Play Explores Community Issues in SoFay" - Idle Class mag [May 2018]
"A Play on the Move" - KUAF Public Radio [May 2018]
Catching the Community Bus" - ArkansasOnline [May 2018]
"Theatre Reflects Changes in South Fayetteville" -ArkansasOnline [preview article - reading, April 2018]
Support for this project and the Southside Civic Lab is made possible by the generous support of the Walton Family Foundation, Walmart Foundation, Mid-America Arts Alliance, and a partnership with Ozark Regional Transit.