The Trinity River Plays
December 5, 2010
2403 Flora Street , Dallas, TX
$17.50 - $74.50
The world premiere of a moving, powerful new work by Dallas playwright Regina Taylor, the acclaimed writer of Crowns and Drowning Crow, promises to be a theatrical experience of unparalleled drama not to be missed.
Fiercely independent Iris has made a successful life for herself as a journalist in New York City, but when her marriage fails, she begins to unravel. In search of solace, Iris returns to her mother's home in Dallas' South Oak Cliff. But her homecoming proves more confounding than consoling when her mother makes a shocking announcement. As long-buried famly secrets come to light, Iris must face her past and make some difficult decisions about the future.
Regina Taylor's The Trinity River Plays is a moving exploration of family, loyalty and betrayal. A co-production with Chicago's Tony Award-winning Goodman Theatre, this warm, humor-laced play goes on to its Chicago run after its debut in Dallas.
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