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HEREafter, Episode 2 is coming! 

A Physically Distanced Immersive Theater 

HEREafter, Episode 2

A drive-in performance. A grief circle. A healing cypher atop an empty parking garage in South Downtown Atlanta. HEREafter, Episode 2 is a sensory experience that traverses the spaces we can and desire to inhabit in a physically restricted world.  Building on the narrative of HEREafter Episode 1, which premiered to sold out audiences last fall inside the H.L. Green building, this multimedia production immerses the audience in the story of a family thrown into chaos after the death of their matriarch. Episode 2 is a standalone performance and does not require having attended Episode 1.  


HEREafter Episode 2 is the creative team’s answer to the question: how do we experience togetherness safely and offer an intimate performative experience during a global pandemic? The five Atlanta-based cast members wrote and pre-recorded monologues, which were mixed and scored by New York-based sound designer John Glover, minimizing the need for spoken text. Coupled with choreography and staging by co-directors Kelly Bartnik (New York City) and Kathleen Wessel (Atlanta) in collaboration with the performers, the soundscore reveals inner and outer monologues, moving through grief and towards healing.


Run time is approximately 40-45 minutes. 

Tickets: $20

Dates: Sept. 10-13, 3 shows per night. 6pm, 7pm, 8pm.

Tickets available

ADA accessible.  Parking fees not included in ticket price.  




Touch-less check in.

Performance takes place first from the safety of the audience members’ cars and then in an outdoor, open-air environment.

All audience members will be required to wear their masks once they exit their cars.

All cast members will have their faces covered during the performance.

All cast and audience will be at least 6 feet apart for the duration of the performance.

All chairs used by audience members will be disinfected between shows.

Audience capacity is limited to ensure appropriate physical distancing.

Parking Garage at

76 Forsyth Street SW

Atlanta, GA 30312

Directed by: Kelly Bartnik & Kathleen Wessel

Sound Design: John Glover

Lighting Design: Andre Allen / Blacklight Productions

Costume Design: Eulyn Hufkie

Featuring: Lamia Dingle, Ivory Lloyd, Tate Reklau, Patrick Otsuki, Monique Wimby

Purchase Tickets here.

With support from Newport Real Estate.

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