All Over – A Blues Play by Jamie J at the Wilmington Fringe Festival September 23-24

All Over – A Blues Play
by Jamie J. Brunson
90 Minutes
Copeland Room, Delaware History Museum
September 23, 2011 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
September 24, 2011 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm
September 24, 2011 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

ALL OVER answers the question: What would you say to the father that abandoned you, if you met him in Hell?” with live Blues music and poetic drama. In life, Red-Eyed abandoned his son Clive for a career as a Bluesman. Clive, determined to be a better man than his father, went to war promising to return home a hero. He didn’t. ALL OVER takes place in Red-Eyed’s room in Purgatory, where the Bluesman relives his life’s mistakes over and over again. When Clive dies suddenly, both men find themselves together again, stuck in Purgatory with a stranger called Usherman. Now the Bluesman must answer for leaving his only son. Both men will have to face what their decisions did to the women who loved them. Immediately following the play will be an audience talkback with the production team. There you can share with us your “Father” story.

Type of Performance
Drama
Musical
Intended Audience
All Ages
Parental Guidance
Includes
Adult Content
Adult Situations
African-American Themes
Women’s Themes

To Buy Tickets go to: fringewilmingtonde.com

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~ by jamiejbrunson on August 15, 2011.

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