Griffin Theatre Company

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After 13 years at the historic Calo Theatre in Andersonville, the company moved to it's present location in 2004.

This hard-working young ensemble offers both children's and adult theater. Run by managing director/literary adapter Bill Massolia and artistic director Richard Barletta since 1988, Griffin has produced rambunctious Shakespeare, adaptations from novels ("Riding the Dolphin") and short stories ("Winters' Tales") and original works with a historical emphasis ("Woodstock Nation," "L'Affaire de la Queen's Necklace"). Their finest production was the local debut of Howard Korder's "Boys' Life," rivaled by a hilarious recent production of "Much Ado About Nothing" set in post-war Italy.