Grace Notes by Rachel Rubin Ladutke

Drama/ 9 Characters, 7 Women, 2 Men (some doubling possible)/ Full Length, Two Acts

Synopsis: A heartfelt drama about three generations of a New England family. The story follows Grace, a feisty, witty American woman, over fifty years of her life, from her marriage in 1946 (as she attempts to reassure her about-to-be step-daughter — “I want you to love me, someday”), through 1994, as her own daughter and granddaughter struggle to reconnect after many years apart. Like its remarkable central character, Grace Notes is warm, rueful, and finally optimistic.

“…A wonderful family story about coping with conflict . . . poignant and funny.”
– Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

 

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Rachel Rubin Ladutke
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About the Playwright: Rachel Rubin Ladutke is a playwright based in New York City. Grace Notes, her first full-length drama, has been widely excerpted in various monologue and scene anthologies. As one of four winners of the Pittsburgh New Plays Competition, this play premiered at Pittsburgh’s Gemini Theatre in February 2000. Later that same year, it was staged at The Looking Glass Theatre in NYC.

The Belles of the Mill, a fact-based historical epic, was a stageplay Finalist in the 2001 Moondance Film Festival, and Runner-Up in the Coe College Playwriting Symposia and in America’s Best Writing Competition. It has been excerpted in three anthologies. Her latest full-length play, Clary’s Exodus, was awarded Honorable Mention in the prestigious Jane Chambers competition.

Rachel is a member of the Looking Glass Theatre Playwrights’ Lab, Membership Director of the International Centre for Women Playwrights, and an Associate Member of the Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers and of the Dramatists’ Guild.

Guns, Shackles & Wintercoats by M. Stefan Strozier

Drama/ 8 characters, 6 Men, 2 Women/ Full Length, Two Acts

Synopsis (from The Compulsive Reader): “Sergeant John Brown has returned to the States from his tour in Iraq with a wife he met in Germany. His traumatic experiences as a soldier have left him with serious psychological problems; he is unable to keep a job, and he and his wife are experiencing marital difficulties. He feels he has post traumatic stress syndrome, but the Veterans administration doctors disagree.”

From NewYorkTheatre.com: “He can’t seem to hold a job. His whole world is falling apart. Strozier shows us the various pitfalls he encounters while trying to adjust to civilian life, and, via well-written flashbacks, takes us back to the battlegrounds.”

“If Strozier’s purpose is to get people to talk and think about our veterans, he has succeeded . . . . this play will find its way deeper into our hearts, where there is definitely room for it.”
NewYorkTheatre.com

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M. Stefan Strozier
303 Park Avenue South
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Email: mstefanstrozier@gmail.com
Playwright’s website: www.mstefanstrozier.org

About the Playwright: M. Stefan Strozier has been published in Gallery, War Heroes; the Taj Mahal Review; Entropic Desires (online); the op-ed pages of the Chicago Sun Times; in several poetry collections; and in a self-published collection of short stories, Sickness of the Young. His other plays include The Whales and The Tragedy of Abraham Lincoln, both produced by La Muse Venale Acting Troupe on New York City. He has also produced and directed numerous play off-off-Broadway, and is founder and president of the ezine Audience.Guns, Shackles & Wintercoats was first performed at The Workshop Theater Company, New York City, in August, 2004, and produced by La Muse Venale Acting Troupe at Where Eagles Dare Theatre as part of the 2005 Midtown International Theatre Festival.
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In Rebel Country by Kevin Barry

Drama/ 3 characters, 2 Men, 1 Woman/ Full Length, Two Acts

Synopsis (from The Cincinnati Enquirer): “The lessons of youth, discovered and undiscovered, are what confront two small-town friends as they make a trek from Elm Creek, Neb., to Fairmount, Ind., to visit the grave of their screen idol, James Dean.

“Johnnie is an obsessive movie buff who can name the year and director of seemingly every film ever made. Jamie has narrowed his obsession strictly to James Dean. He knows every fact from Mr. Dean’s few years (or does he?) and would rather live Mr. Dean’s life than his own.

“Along the way, they pick up Lizzie, a savvy hitchhiker from Los Angeles who alters their journey and adds an element of potential violence to the trip.”

“Mr. Barry sends his characters through the rebel country of the American Midwest, a sort of empty heartland without a heart. He adeptly blends flashes of humor and poetry to the gritty language and stark reality of this engaging highway to the unknown. . . . edgy and engrossing.”
– The Cincinnati Enquirer

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Ph.: 513-831-4421
E-mail: barrywerks@cinci.rr.com

About the Playwright: Kevin Barry is a native New Yorker and a member of the Dramatists Guild, as well as a founding member of Cincinnati Playwrights Initiative. His plays include: I Will Love You at 8PM Next Wednesday (Los Angeles, Cincinnati),Remember I’ll Always Be True (Los Angeles, Cincinnati), The Secret of Durable Pigments (Denver), American Standard (Chicago, Denver, Cincinnati), Remembering Juliet (Cincinnati), Him (New York, Cincinnati), The Portable Max (Cincinnati), Distracted by the Landscape (Los Angeles), In Rebel Country (Cincinnati), and Track and Field (Cincinnati), which was also nominated for the American Theatre Critics Association Award.

In Rebel Country was first produced by the Know Theatre Tribe, Cincinnati, Ohio in May, 2000
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In Search of Red River Dog by Sandra Perlman

In Search of Red River Dog

Drama/ 4 Characters, 2 Women, 2 Men / Full Length, Two Acts

Synopsis:
(From the Newark Star-Ledger): “Are people who live in trailers necessarily ‘trailer trash’? Playwright Sandra Perlman is out to refute the stereotype in ‘In Search of Red River Dog.’

“Though Paulette and Denny live in a ‘sardine can,’ they’re an eloquent and devoted couple, thanks to Perlman’s fresh dialogue. Not that the young marrieds don’t have problems. Denny’s out of work, which doesn’t help Paulette’s dreams of going to college. Worse, their baby has died of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. Their prospects have tarnished in the few years since Denny nearly became the football team’s MVP, and Paulette almost won the title of the town’s Apple Butter Queen.

“The playwright spends the second act replacing the couple’s dreams of a better life with far less savory alternatives. She suggests that there’s no escape from such a lower-middle-class life, and that poverty will eventually overwhelm even the brightest minds. What makes this a genuine tragedy is Perlman’s ability to rouse sympathy for these two kids, who had the raw material to succeed.”

“Perlman’s well-written piece captures the frustration of men who see their jobs vanish and their women grow stronger than themselves. Sam Shepard-like in its starkness, realism, and family dysfunction, Perlman nevertheless has a voice of her own…. NJ Rep once again has produced high quality theatre with an edge…”
– BackStage

“Once again New Jersey Repertory Company proves itself to be a fledgling playwright’s best friend, consistently giving new plays most remarkable productions. This is one of its better choices”
– The Newark Star-Ledger

“Sam Shepardesque in a stark, reality driven, highly emotional way” – Asbury Park Press

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Sandra Perlman
429 Carthage Avenue
Kent OH 44240
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Ph.: (330) 673-8632
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Playwright’s website: www.sperlman.com

About the Playwright: Sandra Perlman is an award-winning playwright and teacher with more than a dozen plays produced on stages around the world, including The Cleveland PlayHouse, New Jersey Repertory and many small theaters and universities. In 2011, her full length dramaJocasta was translated into Hindi and performed in India, In Search of Red River Dog appeared in Nice, France, and her newest script, 2/Caught, was a semi-finalist for the Eugene O’Neill National Playwrights Conference. Her play Lunacy premiered at Dobama Theatre in May, 2007 as part of The Cleveland PlayHouse FusionFest. Perlman is the recipient of three Ohio Arts Council fellowships in playwriting for In Search of Red River Dog, Cliff Diving and most recentlySwann. She has also been nominated for the American Theatre Critics Association’s M. Elizabeth Osborn Award for Emerging Playwright. A former writer-host for PBS television Channels 45/49, Perlman has taught and lectured about playwriting at Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland State University, and currently teaches playwriting at Kent State University. Excerpts from her plays have been published in anthologies by Dramatic Publishing, Smith & Kraus and the Middle Tennessee State University Press.

In Search of Red River Dog was first produced at the University of Ohio (Dayton) and received its professional premiere at the New Jersey Repertory Company in October, 2000.

 

In Silence by Kenneth Robbins

Drama/ 7 Characters, 2 Men, 5 Women/ One Act

Synopsis:
Five women imprisoned following the Warsaw Ghetto uprising in 1942 await their tribunal before the Nazis. Each is given an opportunity to speak up for her fellow prisoner but only Seena chooses not to remain “in silence.”

Winner of the Webster Groves Playwriting Award

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About the Playwright: Kenneth Robbins is the author of four published novels and 21 published plays, as well as four collections of literary works. His work has received the Toni Morrison Prize for Fiction, the Associated Writing Programs Novel Award, the Charles Getchell Award, and a Corporation for Public Broadcasting Award, among others.

His works for the stage have been produced by the New Works Theatre, Dallas Theater Center, Nashville Academy Theatre, Theatre Atlanta Off Peachtree, and the Project Arts Center, Dublin, Ireland. His radio play, Dynamite Hill, was aired over National Public Radio and BBC Radio 3.

In Silence was first produced by the SIU-C Dept. of Theatre in 1982.

In The Nature Of Things by John Chambers

Drama/ 1 Character, 1 Man/ One Act

Synopsis:

A one-act monologue structured around an imagined conversation between the middle-aged evolutionary biologist Charles Darwin and his (unseen) dying 10-year old daughter, Annie. Facing crushing grief, he is tormented about whether he should reveal to the world his life’s work, which has led to his conviction that all life on earth was the result of an evolutionary process rather than a divine act of creation.

His much loved wife has very strong religious beliefs and so his inner conflicts are heightened . . .

 

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About the Playwright: John’s stage plays include: Stiff Stuff; Shouting at the Radio; Raw Material; Albert Finney Doesn’t Live Here Any More; Robin Hood – The Raven’s Revenge – all at the Library Theatre Company where he was Arts Council Resident Dramatist; Two Wheel Tricycle (Contact Theatre); Silver Lining (Oldham Coliseum); Yoiks Oiks (Bolton Octagon); The Marigold Trilogy(Real Life Theatre. M.E.N. Best Fringe Award); Balling the Blues (One Step);City of Gold (Arden).

John has written three epics for Lancaster Dukes Promenade Seasons – Tales of King Arthur, Jungle Book and The Three Musketeers, and several pieces for/with young people at Manchester Youth Theatre and M6 where he was also Resident Writer.

Co-written theatre work includes: Scandals – The Life & Liver of Frank Randlewith Keith Clifford (which John also directed); Crazy People with Marvin Close (LTC); I’m Marrying Ryan Giggs (Robbie Fowler in Liverpool!) with Dave Simpson (Liverpool Playhouse & national tour); Koff with Brian Morgan (One Step).

He has written around 100 hours of television including: The Bill (Thames);Emmerdale (Granada-YTV). Working on it during BAFTA Best Soap year 2001); Eastenders; Runaway Bay (YTV / Lifetime); 14 episodes of Children’s Ward (Granada. Including RTS Best Children’s Drama Series); 3 fifteen minute films for BBC Education’s Turning Points, (which won BAFTA and RTS awards, 1999); Away From Home and Grease Lightning – 30 minute plays for BBC2 (Northwest); Dramarama (ITV).

In the Nature of Things awaits its first production.

Into The Clouds by Julia Britton

Drama/ 7 Characters, 5 Women, 2 Men/ One Act

Synopsis: Mrs. Bloem, a baby sitter with a Sydney family which is about to break up, becomes devoted to their twelve year old daughter, Emerald. Mrs. Bloem’s mother, Eva, was, during World War Two, a test pilot with Hitler’s Luftwaffe and came to Australia after the war ended. Emerald is mad about flying and sees Mrs. Bloem as the one stable factor of her life and someone to whom she can talk about her passion to fly. Behind them is the cult figure of Eva, now in her seventies and wandering in her mind, living again the heady and tragic last days of the Third Reich.

 

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3 Tiuna Grove
Elwood, Victoria
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Ph.: + 61 3 9531 9395
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About the Playwright: Julia Britton graduated at Manchester University (Hons, Classics, Hons. English) and worked as a journalist and university teacher before she became a playwright. Her plays have had productions at La Mama Theatre, St. Martin’s Theatre, Griffin Theatre, The Stage Company (Adelaide), The Blue Room (Perth), Performing Arts Productions (Melbourne), Theatreworks (Melbourne) with workshops at Playbox Theatre, Budgie Lung (Adelaide) and playreadings at The State Theatre of South Australia, (The Man Who Loved Furs with Geoffrey Rush) and Melbourne Arts Centre (Miles Franklin and the Rainbow’s End) in conjunction with The Golden Summers Exhibition (Westpac Gallery), Melbourne Theatre Company (Listening to Shells directed by Ron Rogers) and the South Australian Writer’s Theatre. Her play Miles Franklin and the Rainbow’s End was chosen for performance at the San Antonio Festival, Texas, produced by The Stage Company of South Australia and also performed at the Festival Centre, Adelaide. Recently, it was also performed at the Blue Room, Perth Festival and Theatreworks. She has written and adapted numerous plays for Performing Arts Productions including: Lady Chatterley’s Lover (seven seasons nationally in Australia), Women in Love (Rippon Lea) Loving Friends (two seasons at Rippon Lea), An Indian Summer (Rippon Lea), I’ve Danced with a Girl who Danced with the Prince of Wales (Rippon Lea), Good Morning Midnight! (La Mama), Sunset Children (La Mama), Little Lord Fauntleroy (Rippon Lea), Seven Little Australians (Rippon Lea), The Singing Forest (Theatreworks), The Secret Garden (seven seasons including Adelaide), Anne of Green Gables (two seasons in Perth and Melbourne),The Yellow Book (Mietta’s), Perks (Mietta’s), The White Rose and the Blue (Melbourne Town Hall), The Lost (two seasons in Melbourne at the Old Treasury Building and The Hong Kong Fringe Festival).She was nominated for a Victorian Green Room Award in 1995 for In Transit. Other plays include: Hello, Last Page of My Life (reading at La Mama), Magdalena Amati (reading at La Mama), Somehow the Times Passes (reading La Mama), The Children, The Professor (reading at Rippon Lea), The Purple Kangaroo(reading La Mama), Snake!, A Cloudless Sky (reading at La Mama and Alice Springs), Erotica in Black and White (reading Adelaide, Theatre 62, short version performed in Adelaide at Lion Theatre), The Man Who Loved Furs (reading at La Mama), Internet Baby, (reading at La Mama), Mrs. Bloem (reading at Griffin Theatre), Two Sisters and Rose.Her music theatre includes: Faith, Folk and Fun (at the National Gallery of Victoria) and The Music of Milhaud (two seasons at the University of Adelaide and the National University Canberra). Robbie Burns: The Farmer Poet and The Young Lord Byron was produced at the Scottish Festival at the Opera House, Omaru in New Zealand. Awards and Nominations include the AWGIE Award (Monte Miller Award) for Exit and Entrances, directed John Edwards; radio: Best Play Award, ABC Queensland; Nomination, Victorian Green Room Award for In Transit.

Into the Clouds (under its original title Mrs. Bloem) was first read at Theatre 62, Adelaide on September 23, 1989. It was then workshopped by the Playbox Theatre Company, Melbourne directed by Malcolm Robertson, followed by a workshop week and a single performance in a week of new Australian plays at the Griffin Theatre Company at the Stables, Sydney.
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Jacked Off by John Chambers

Drama/ 2 Characters, 1 Man, 1 Woman/ One Act

Synopsis:

Jack Shone was once a radical, optimistic playwright on the verge of recognition. Now middle-aged, he’s probably the most cynical misanthrope on the planet. His slightly younger wife, Abi – an actress whose career never took off — now feels she is the sole audience for his bile.

Then he gets a chance offer – to write a one-act play which a prestigious theatre company wants to tour. It could change everything, for both of them. But is Jack still up to the task?

 

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About the Playwright: John’s stage plays include: Stiff Stuff; Shouting at the Radio; Raw Material; Albert Finney Doesn’t Live Here Any More; Robin Hood – The Raven’s Revenge – all at the Library Theatre Company where he was Arts Council Resident Dramatist; Two Wheel Tricycle (Contact Theatre); Silver Lining (Oldham Coliseum); Yoiks Oiks (Bolton Octagon); The Marigold Trilogy(Real Life Theatre. M.E.N. Best Fringe Award); Balling the Blues (One Step);City of Gold (Arden).

John has written three epics for Lancaster Dukes Promenade Seasons – Tales of King Arthur, Jungle Book and The Three Musketeers, and several pieces for/with young people at Manchester Youth Theatre and M6 where he was also Resident Writer.

Co-written theatre work includes: Scandals – The Life & Liver of Frank Randlewith Keith Clifford (which John also directed); Crazy People with Marvin Close (LTC); I’m Marrying Ryan Giggs (Robbie Fowler in Liverpool!) with Dave Simpson (Liverpool Playhouse & national tour); Koff with Brian Morgan (One Step).

He has written around 100 hours of television including: The Bill (Thames);Emmerdale (Granada-YTV). Working on it during BAFTA Best Soap year 2001); Eastenders; Runaway Bay (YTV / Lifetime); 14 episodes of Children’s Ward (Granada. Including RTS Best Children’s Drama Series); 3 fifteen minute films for BBC Education’s Turning Points, (which won BAFTA and RTS awards, 1999); Away From Home and Grease Lightning – 30 minute plays for BBC2 (Northwest); Dramarama (ITV).

Jacked Off awaits its first production.

Jigsaw Confession by David Lohrey

Drama/ 5 Characters, 3 men, 2 women/ Full Length, Two Acts

Synopsis:
(From Theatremania.com): “Even death fails to reconcile a young man to his father’s sexuality in David Lohrey’s Jigsaw Confession. One of the four plays in Lohreys “Sex Talk(s)” series, this piece centers around a couple faced with the task of settling the husband’s father’s estate. They hope to find a manuscript in which the son believes his father has explained his determination many years earlier to leave the family to live with another man.”

Jigsaw Confession takes place in the attic of a university chancellor who has just died. Dennis, the Chancellor’s son, and Lisa, Dennis’ fiancée, have come in search of certain personal possessions the son wishes to keep for himself before the estate is passed into the hands of the university, which owns the property. Among other things, Dennis is looking for a long-lost manuscript, a once-promised novel that his father is said to have written. While searching for the novel, Lisa finds a cachet of personal letters, which she proceeds to read.

Meanwhile, the late-Chancellor’s male lover, Chris, shows up. Dennis and Chris now set about trying to make sense of the Chancellor’s life. The play moves across several years as the two men reminisce, but finally the conflict takes place as they grapple with their memories of this once-powerful man. When the manuscript is finally found, it shows that Dennis’ assumptions clash with the reality of who his father actually was. The play ends with the question of forgiveness left unresolved.

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About the Playwright: David Lohrey completed his undergraduate degree at UC, Berkeley. Later, he studied creative writing at San Francisco State University, UCLA, and California State University, Los Angeles where he completed his MA. David now teaches at the college level in New Jersey, and is Literary Manager at Theatre-Studio, Inc. in New York City.David’s plays have received productions and staged readings across the country, including Group Rep and FirstStage in Los Angeles, The Long Beach Playhouse, the Dayton Playhouse, the Turnip Company, ArtGroup, and TRU’s 2nd Annual NYC Play Festival.His work has received awards in competitions such as New Century Writers’ Competition, Riverside Stage Company’s Founder’s Award Competition, Harvest Festival of New Plays at the Sonoma County Rep, the 1998 Writers’ Digest Writing Competition, the 1999 Writer’s DigestWriting Competition, and the Generic Theater Company’s Dog Days Festival. For three years, David has been a voting member for TheatreLA’s annual Ovation Awards. He has been a member of the Dramatists Guild since 1982, and recently joined the Play Selection Committee at the Long Beach Playhouse.

Betterland was first produced by the Long Beach Playhouse, Long Beach, California in 1999.

Kidnapping the Bride by Frank Moher

Comedy-Drama/ 3 Characters, 2 Women, 1 Man / Full Length, 90 minutes

Synopsis (from The Edmonton Sun): “Moher’s slice-of-life in the dead-end lane begins as a joke. Ex-boyfriend steals the bride from her own reception and hies her off to their old necking nest in the bush.

“When the bride’s younger sister, Evelyn, finds Gary and Terri settling old scores and belting back the booze, the plot twists from witty comedy into an unsettling, despondent tragedy of love blurred by the desperate need to escape.”From The Globe and Mail [Toronto]: “Moher’s dramatic strategy is to destroy the sympathy he has created for his working-class hero and to open up deeper questions about what is wrong between men and women.”

“A winning new play . . . as in his previous works, Moher shows his knack for sculpting genuine characters from stereotypes. We laugh at their inane wisecracks, flinch with their pains and we can almost taste the beer they guzzle . . . . This is a tightly written vignette, with no squandered phrases. But even when the situations are bleak and cruel, the playwright injects quick shots of wry wit.”
– The Edmonton Sun

“The best of three new plays I saw [at the PlayRites Festival] . . . . The writer skillfully manoeuvres the women onstage and off so that we clearly see the dilemma in which Gary finds himself . . . . . Moher brings the script to a close by revealing a heinous sexual episode from Gary’s past that succeeds instantly in destroying Terri’s love for him. This is a devastating moment, because the play until then has been a testimony to the tenacity of her love.”
– The Globe and Mail (Toronto)

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Playwright’s website: FrankMoher.com

About the Playwright: Frank Moher’s plays have been produced internationally, at theatres including South Coast Repertory (Costa Mesa, Calif.), Detroit Repertory Theatre, Round House Theatre (Silver Spring, Maryland), the Canadian Stage Company (Toronto), the Wellington Repertory Theatre (Wellington, New Zealand), Workshop West Theatre (Edmonton, Alta.), the Asolo Theater (Sarasota, Fla.), Alberta Theatre Projects (Calgary), Dodona Theatre (Prishtina, Kosova), The Mingei Theatre (Tokyo), and OmaDa Theatre (Athens, Greece). He has won a Los Angeles Drama-Logue Award for Writing (for Odd Jobs), the Edmonton Sterling Award for Outstanding New Play (for both The Third Ascent and Prairie Report,), and is published by both ProPlay and the Playwrights Guild of Canada. Frank has taught at the University of British Columbia and the University of Alberta (where he was a Distinguished Visiting Artist), and is currently an instructor in scriptwriting and journalism at Vancouver Island University. He has also worked professionally as a literary manager and dramaturg, and written for publications including The Globe and Mail, The National Post, Saturday Night magazine, The Georgia Straight, backofthebook.ca and salon.com.

Kidnapping the Bride was first presented by Alberta Theatre Projects, Calgary in January, 1991. It has been revised for posting on ProPlay.

Also by Frank Moher on ProPlay:

“Humorous and hard-hitting . . . . an often uproarious but ultimately disturbing play about realistic characters who are all dressed up with no place to go.”
– Edmonton Examiner

“An important play which deserves to be seen and talked about.”
– Edmonton Bullet