A non-profit, ensemble-based touring company, Voices of the South was founded in 1995 with the primary goal of offering theatrical productions that utilize the “narrative” style. Rather than cutting, splicing, or altering the words of important writers as set down in their books and stories, the ensemble keeps the language intact. The company has adapted and performed works by such writers as Eudora Welty, William Faulkner, Ray Bradbury, Joan Williams, Eleanor Glaze, and Bobbie Ann Mason, as well as many beloved pieces of children’s literature.
Voices of the South Information
- Venues: Theaterworks (2085 Monroe Ave.), Theater South, and other venues
- Public Transportation: Varies depending on venue.
- Handicap Access: Varies depending on venue.
- Performances/Programs: Approximately 8 productions per season.
- Ticket Prices: Varies, usually around $20.