A Play with Music
Evan Nicolson lives a simple, solitary life post-incarceration in a small Appalachian ex-mining town. The return of both his monstrous father and teenage best friend turns Evan’s lonely life upside down. Guilt, rage, and love collide in this new play with music by Joe Eason (1,000 Suns, Luck of the Draw). Directed by Noah Alfred Pantano (Standing On A Nail).
A small live band perform a score that is both haunting and uplifting as this story of regret and second chances unfolds. We deal with a legion of themes; poverty, addiction, generational trauma, repressed love, etc. but the theme that overrides all of these is the courage it takes to reach for others and break out of the bittersweet comfort of solitude.
This play has a queer creative team and queer characters and while it deals with the harsh realities of being gay in an impoverished rural community, the true defining features of the characters are their guilt, their rage, and their love.
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