A Permanent Image by Samuel D Hunter

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A Permanent Image by Samuel D. Hunter
​Directed by James P. Darvas

Siblings Bo and Ally are back in their childhood home in Idaho for their father's funeral just a few days before Christmas. After staying away for years, they come home and find their mother Carol, has been drinking heavily since their father's death and has painted everything in the house white including magazines and the television. What Ally and Bo come to find out is their mother has a method to her madness as she shows them their dad's selfie video made just before he died.

A Permanent Image is loaded with surprises and known as a fusion between realism and the absurd. It's a tense exploration of the distance families put between themselves and what it takes to bring them back together.

Featured are actors Anna Sandor, Salomon Maya, Sandra Ruiz and Daniel Jaquez with direction by James P. Darvas assisted by Emily Candia

Dates: Feb 15, 16, 17, 22, 23, 24 Mar 1, 2, 3
Times: Friday & Saturday 8:00pm/Sunday 2:30pm.
Tickets: Adults $20, Sen/Mil./Stu. $18, Group $15 (8 or more) *Open seating, doors open 30 minutes prior to curtain. Please contact us for handicap accommodation. Free parking available in lot across street

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David MacDowell Blue
"This play seems far more akin to Edward Albee, his existential exploration of human questions. Who are we in this cosmos? What decisions and reactions emerge from the mysterious alchemy which makes up our lives? How much can one person's answers be of any aid to anyone else? And amid all this, one of the very last lines in the play resonates in to my soul and out to the stars. "I wish we knew each other better.""

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David MacDowell Blue
"This play seems far more akin to Edward Albee, his existential exploration of human questions. Who are we in this cosmos? What decisions and reactions emerge from the mysterious alchemy which makes up our lives? How much can one person's answers be of any aid to anyone else? And amid all this, one of the very last lines in the play resonates in to my soul and out to the stars. "I wish we knew each other better.""

sweet - David MacDowell Blue - Night Tinted Glasses - ...read full review