Arts Tuesday- Interview with Neil Hodda and Mary Rachel Brown
Valley Artists is proud to announce that its next major production will be the premiere of Australian playwright Noel Hodda’s latest work, The Sculpture Garden. The Sculpture Garden will be directed by Bob Philippe, who also directed – to popular acclaim – Valley Artists’ 2013 premiere of Noel’s play Across the Water, a story of age, loss, recriminations and regrets, acceptance and love.
The Sculpture Garden is the story of a young woman and a young man, of a sister and a brother, of a husband and a wife, and of a father and a daughter. “Everybody has secrets….”
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There is also the play of Mary Rachel Brown with an exciting story:
As a father’s death approaches, three siblings struggle to reconcile with their differing experience of the same man. Conflicting memories, rusted on family habits and arguments about who will do what at the funeral all create distraction from the painful truth. Parental love isn’t always fair. And keeping score on family history is a dangerous game.
In a special and rare move, Mary Rachel Brown revisits and rewrites her first play; an ode to the complexity of forgiveness and a searing and unflinching look at family, love and duty.
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