By Justin Amos
Directed by Tim Johnson
After being paroled, Gralin returns to the town where he used to live with the single-minded goal of establishing a “normal” life. He is assisted in this by George, his therapist, and Ashlee, his lover. And though Gralin makes progress, he continually finds himself shackled to his damning past.
Tim Johnson has been a company member with Kitchen Dog Theatre since 1997. He graduated from SMU with a BFA in Theatre and Naropa University with an MFA in Contemporary Performance. This is his second year directing for New Visions, New Voices.
A spring playwriting festival in its 19th season, New Visions, New Voices will present one performance each of seven full-length plays written by students graduating from the Division of Theatre. The festival is produced by SMU Associate Professor and Head of Theatre Studies Gretchen Smith.
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