directed by Adrienne Boris
When Evaline’s baby daughter is taken hostage by her Master to ensure Evaline does not reveal the family’s hidden gold to Sherman’s Army, Evaline’s mistress, Rebekah, assures her that the child will be returned safely once the danger has passed. Meanwhile, Evaline is harboring Cobb, a poor rebel deserter and Brock, a wealthy, escaped Union officer. But unknown to Evaline, Cobb knows of the treasure and has come to find it to save his starving family, with or without Brock’s help.
Part of the Next Voices Festival, featuring four readings by our Next Voices Playwriting Fellows:
False Flag by Walt McGough – Saturday June 4 at 3pm
Jesus Girls by Lila Rose Kaplan – Saturday June 4 at 7pm
When Herod Came to Georgia by James McLindon – Sunday June 5 at 3pm
Dream House by Cassie M. Seinuk – Sunday June 5 at 7pm
New Rep’s Next Voices readings are free and open to the public.
Call the Box Office at 617-923-8487 to reserve your complimentary spot.
James McLindon’s play, Comes a Faery, was developed at the Eugene O’Neill National Playwrights Conference and will be premiered at the New Ohio Theatre by Nylon Fusion Theater Company this fall. His play Salvation was premiered by Hudson Stage Company, directed by Giovanna Sardelli and will receive its second production in New York by Nuance Theater this summer. Faith will be premiered by Local Theatre Company in Boulder, CO this fall. Distant Music has enjoyed eight productions around the country, most recently at the Stoneham Theatre in Boston. Mr. McLindon’s plays have been developed and/or produced at theaters such as the Abingdon, hotINK Festival, Irish Repertory, Lark Play Development Center, Samuel French Ten-Minute Play Festival, PlayPenn, Victory Gardens, Lyric Stage, Boston Playwrights Theatre, Great Plains Theatre Conference, Seven Devils Playwrights Conference, and Telluride Playwrights Festival. His plays have been published by Dramatic Publishing, Smith and Krause, Original Works Publishing (Dusk) and Level 4 Press. (Website)