This month I’ve been working on a one-act play at The ArtsCenter, in Carrboro, NC. Written by Michael A. Smith, and adapted from the book by Nancy Peacock, “Life Without Water”, is one of five plays presented at “Redbird”, a festival of new one-act plays by North Carolina playwrights.
My part in the production has been to create the images that will be projected from behind the screen, providing a changing backdrop for the story. Directed by Tom Marriott, with Marcia Edmundson and Jane Allen Wilson, the story is set in a farmhouse in 1970s Chatham County, NC. It deals with mothers, daughters, and memories.
This is one of my images used in the play.
I hope that you get a chance to attend the Redbird Festival.