Out of Hand Theater makes plays, games and more in Atlanta.
Shaking the Wind is the true story of a black girl growing up in Atlanta. Minka brings to life the many characters of her lonely and hilariously awkward coming of age story.
As she approaches puberty, young Minka models her dress and behavior on her fundamentalist, street preacher mother, while befriending the most affluent families in Atlanta as a student at the Westminster Schools. As she sits by her mother’s deathbed, she wrestles with the question, how do we forgive the wrongs inflicted on us by our closest loved ones?
Sept 21st -
Nov 17th, 2018
Performed in a different living room every night.
Tom W Jones II
Hear Minka sing in San Diego Rep's Black Pearl Sings.
We make shows in homes, parks, cars and other intimate spaces, sometimes even in a theatre. Learn more.
We make immersive games for cities, festivals, colleges, companies and communities. Learn more.
We help people connect with their cities, businesses, schools and, of course, each other. Learn more.
We provide free arts classes to Atlanta’s most at-risk kids with in-school and after-school programs. Learn more.
Out of Hand is a non-profit organization.
We do everything we do with donations from people like you. Oh, and generous grants and a bunch of earned income from commissions and ticket sales, but mostly donations.
Check out the impact we make with your support.
Out of Hand makes shows, games and public art, for venues including parks, homes, businesses and theaters. Through annual free public arts events and original works, we embrace new audiences, celebrate community, and create moments of mass intimacy. We collaborate with scientists, artists, businesses, schools and civic organizations to create events reflecting their work, we train others to unlock their creativity and to innovate, and we bring Atlanta public art to thousands of people in Atlanta and beyond every year.