Wallace Norman, Producing Artistic Director

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The world premiere of CHAPTER & VERSE by Obie Award winner, Memrie Innerarity. A consummate performer, Memrie first appeared at the Fringe in 2004 with her wonderful STORIES TO BE READ WITH A SOUTHERN ACCENT, which played to standing ovations. This one-person show brings stories about growing up in the Deep South, and the search for a path from her Mississippi childhood to America. 

Everything she touched proved successful.  – David Oistrakh, NY Times.

 

   Memrie Innerarity

MEMRIE INNERARITY is a native of Mississippi.  She’s worked at Dallas Theatre Center, Greenbrier Valley Theatre, and in Guam, where she received a grant from the N.E.A.  As a musician and actor, she won an Obie Award for The Club directed by Tommie Tune; was in the original cast of The Heebie-Jeebies, directed by Stuart Ross; and toured with Deborah Kerr in The Last of Mrs. Cheney.  She’s written and composed musical scores for: Moonlight Sonata, Unruly Caucasian Female, Cancion de la zamura3 Stories Up, (w/ Owen Robertson), A Mass for St. Augustine’s, 10,000 Words—the Poetry of George W. Bush, South and Easy, and Phaedra, all of which have been produced in NYC by Golden Fleece & others.  Vocal works include What is a city, commissioned for the “Sing America” festival at Carnegie Hall; “Flores del volcan”, and Pour lui, a song cycle commissioned by Lark Ascending. She and Judith Moore created Stories To Be Read Out Load In A Southern Accent, performed at the Woodstock Fringe Festival & the Abingdon Theatre in NYC. With Marc Tartell, she wrote an opera to be performed by children using music/characters from The Magic Flute.

 

 

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