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'Roadkill Confidential' Starts 2/7: The Setting is Unconventional, The Play is Absurd
Beginning Friday, February 7, the Theater for the New South will present their third play of their third season. Written by West Coast-based playwright Sheila Callaghan, the play Roadkill Confidential will be presented in the Tanner-Hill Art gallery on Broad Street in Chattanooga.
From the outset, their goal has been to challenge every aspect of the audience’s assumptions about theater, from the performance space to the plays they choose to present. WUTC's Richard Winham talked to Blake Harris, the artistic director for theater for the New South, and Kaleb Moran, one of the actors in their upcoming production.