Making its world premiere at Bas Bleu, “Hide Sky” depicts how a mother’s passing brings an estranged sibling home to the Florida Panhandle. Upon return, she confronts matters of love, faith and reconnecting with the brother and sister whom she left behind.
Experience a poetically realistic drama about coming through grief, the lies we tell each other in the name of family and religion, and how we can all begin again.
“Hide Sky” joins the list of works by distinguished playwright Caridad Svich, winner of a 2012 OBIE Award for Lifetime Achievement. Her plays have been featured at stages across the U.S. and abroad, including the Denver Center Theatre, San Diego Repertory Theatre, Teatro Mori (Chile), Artheater-Cologne (Germany), and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival/UK.
Directed by Sarah Zwick-Tapley, featuring Corinne Wieben, Kiernan Angley and Kryssi Miller. Scenic design by Brian Miller, lighting design by Grant Putney, costume design by Basia Czajkowska, properties Dasha Briqueleur, Stage Manager Lowrey Raines Moyer
Runs Jan 30 through Feb 28 2015
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