Edinburgh Fringe's Tambor Award Winner Goodness to Travel to P.S. 122

News   Edinburgh Fringe's Tambor Award Winner Goodness to Travel to P.S. 122
Michael Redhill’s play Goodness will get its U.S. premiere when it plays P.S. 122 March 1-11.

The play is from the Canadian theatre company Volcano, and is directed by the company’s founding artistic director, Ross Manson. Opening night is March 2.

The play won the 2006 Carol Tambor Award at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, which comes with a New York production at P.S. 122 with all expenses paid. The play also won a Scotsman Fringe First award.

According to press notes, the play "is a multi-layered exploration of genocide accompanied by a lush sound-scape of choral music from around the world."

The cast features Victor Ertmanis, Lili Francks, Tara Hughes, Jack Nicholsen, Gord Rand and Amy Rutherford. Music direction is by Brenna MacCrimmon, lighting design is by Rebecca Picherack, costume design is by Teresa Przybylski and sound design is by John Gzowski.

Redhill is the author of the novel "Martin Sloane," plus "Light-Crossing," a collection of poetry and "Fidelity," a collection of short fiction. His latest novel is "Consolation." Performance Space 122 is at 150 First Avenue, at 9th Street. For tickets call (212) 352-3101.

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