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Photo gallery: An evening with “Rua | Wülf,” roaming around the Goat Farm

Hemming (Tim Batten) uses his guile to convince Rua (AC Smallwood).
Hemming (Tim Batten), the wolf, uses his guile on Rua (AC Smallwood).

Saiah, a new Atlanta theatrical group, aims high with its first production, “Rua | Wülf,” which premiered April 11 at the Goat Farm Arts Center and uses the 12-acre facility as a roaming stage for a modern take on the tale of “Little Red Riding Hood.”

While ArtsATL critic Jim Farmer thought that the play’s storyline falters, it’s visually vibrant and ambitious: the audience gets a nocturnal tour of the Goat Farm while watching a production that uses 19 different “stages.” Plus, there’s a tea party at intermission.

“Rua | Wülf” will run through April 29. Audience capacity is limited to 50 per performance.

ArtsATL photographer Karley Sullivan followed the proceedings for an evening and captured these atmospheric images.

 

 

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