Josh Hecht directs the comedy, which began previews March 6 and continues to April 5.
According to ATL, "When she's cast as the 'last girl' in a low-budget slasher flick, Sheena thinks it's the big break she's been waiting for. But news of the movie unleashes her malingering mother's thwarted feminist rage, and Mom is prepared to do anything to stop filming…even if it kills her."
Moore's Slasher is billed as "a savvy comedy-thriller that takes some unexpected twists and turns…"
The cast includes Lusia Strus, Christy McIntosh, Mark Setlock, Nicole Rodenburg as Sheena, Katharine Moeller and Lucas Papaelias.
The creative team includes scenic designer Paul Owen, costume designer Jennifer Caprio, lighting designer Russell Champa, sound designer Matt Callahan and properties designer Doc Manning. For more information call (502) 584-1205 or (800) 4-ATL-TIX or visit www.ActorsTheatre.org.
The most recent Humana opening was Ameriville by the UNIVERSES troupe on March 4. In it, "UNIVERSES puts the State of the Union under a microscope — race, poverty, politics, history and government — examining our country through the lens of Hurricane Katrina and New Orleans."
The 2009 Humana Festival (March 1–April 11), known worldwide as a major American showcase of new stage work, also includes Absalom by Zoe Kazan, The Hard Weather Boating Party by Naomi Wallace, Under Construction by Charles L. Mee, Wild Blessings: A Celebration of Wendell Berry adapted for the stage by artistic director Marc Masterson and Adrien-Alice Hansel from the writing of Wendell Berry, a dramatic anthology about the rites of passage called BRINK! and three ten minute plays On the Porch One Crisp Spring Morning by Alex Dremann, 3:59am:a drag race for two actors by Marco Ramirez, Roanaoke by Michael Lew with music and lyrics by Matt Schatz.