In the W. Scott McLucas Studio Theatre
As a part of the New Works Summer Festival
Readings of 5 plays in 5 days, Spotlighting LGBTQ+ voices
By May Treuhaft-Ali
Directed by Colm Summers
Featuring Una Clancy, Roxanna Hope Radja, Joseph Jones, Maribel Martinez, Jenn Murray, and B Norwood
Shavon and Samaya meet at a Women of Color Maternity Group in Chicago and devise a plan to raise their children in rural Ireland. Their hopes of starting a new life are complicated when they discover that the land itself is haunted by a history that is not unlike their own.
*Tickets for this reading are free with a suggested donation of $10
Not recommended for anyone under the age of 14.
The inaugural New Works Summer Festival is part of Irish Repertory Theatre’s New Play Development Program, which includes table reads, staged readings, workshops and commissions from voices that fulfill Irish Rep’s mission and tell stories of Irish and Irish-American people of all races, genders, abilities, and orientations. The program will provide opportunities for playwrights to further develop their work and enable Irish Rep to discover new plays and musicals for future production.