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Abigail/1702

by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa
Directed by Justin Anderson

Ten years after the Salem witch trials, the notorious young accuser Abigail Williams seeks salvation in Boston, only to find her new life haunted by terrors of the past. She’ll face the plague, pirates, the devil, and worse in this eerie sequel to the American classic, The Crucible. For Abigail, forgiveness is everything—but it may come at an unthinkable price.

Running Time
Approximately 90 minutes.
No intermission.

Mature Themes


Abigail/1702 is a part of the

Peach State Federal Credit Union Signature Series Logo


September 21–October 15, 2017

Performances:
Tuesday–Saturday at 8:00pm
Saturday & Sunday at 2:30pm
Tickets $20–$55

Tuesday Discount Matinee
October 3 at 10:00am
Tickets from $16

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Abigail

Diany Rodriguez

Diany Rodriguez

Abigail

Notable Atlanta Credits: Significant OtherInformed ConsentHands on a Hardbody, HomersBull Durham: The MusicalRocky Horror ShowIn Love and Warcraft, Zorro: The Musical, Into the Woods (X2), The Fairytale Lives of Russian Girls, and August: Osage County. Notable regional credits: Carrie: A Comedy (Sue), Marvelous Wonderettes (Suzy), Fame (Carmen). Tours: Rent (Mark's Mom/US Mimi), Dora the Explorer (Dora). Off-B'way: Soul Kitchen (Sangita), Shlomo (Anjia/Ruth). Film/TV: Pepper's Place (pilot),The Yellow Birds, Survivor's Remorse. Up Next: Christmas Canteen at Aurora Theatre and Exit Strategy at True Colors Theatre. Thank you, people I love; I love you.



Margaret Hale, Ann, Elizabeth Proctor

Olivia Dawson

Olivia Dawson

Margaret Hale, Ann, Elizabeth Proctor

Olivia is delighted to return to Georgia and make her Aurora Theatre debut in Abigail/1702.  Olivia was last seen in Theatre Lila's The Bed in Wisconsin.  She has worked in regional theaters from Los Angeles, Portland, Milwaukee, and Chicago just to name a few.  You can catch her television work on Empire, Chicago Med and The Quad.  Much thanks to Anthony and Justin for the opportunity and, as always, all my gratitude to my Fam!



John Brown u/s)

Russell E. Alexander II

Russell E. Alexander II

John Brown u/s)

Russell is an actor, singer, & director from Selma, AL. He recently graduated from the University of Alabama at Birmingham with a BA in Theatre Performance. While at UAB, Russell performed in productions including Bat Boy: The Musical (Bat Boy), Avenue Q (Nicky), & Stupid F***ing Bird (Con), for which he received the national award for “Best Actor in a Mainstage” from the Kennedy Center. Russell’s professional credits include, The Wiz (Scarecrow) at Birmingham’s Red Mountain Theatre, A Chorus Line (Richie) at Ohio’s Huron Playhouse, & Occupants (La Chi Chi) at the Kennedy Center’s 2016 National Playwright’s Workshop. Russell is thrilled to be joining Aurora Theatre’s 2017-18 AppCo!



Abigail u/s

Sarah Elaine

Sarah Elaine

Abigail u/s

Sarahis a recent graduate of the University of Georgia in Athens, GA, where she received a BA in Theatre and is excited to be apart of the Aurora family. Sarah’s most recent credits include: Beggar Woman in Sweeney Todd, Cathy in The Last Five Years, Rosalind in As You Like It, Blanche Ingram in Jane Eyre and David Moss in an all-female production of Glengarry Glenn Ross. She would like to thank her mother, brother, and sister-in-law for keeping her strong and she would also like to thank Dylan, Dorothy, Caroline, and Hayley for always supporting and believing in her.