ATTIRE
As long as you have clothes on, you can watch one of our shows.

ACCESSIBLE SEATING
Request special seating needs by calling the Box Office at 214-953-1055 in advance of your reservation in order to be accommodated.

CONTENT ADVISORY
Contains adult language  KDT Recommended age for all shows is 16
 

Alabaster
by Audrey cefaly

NNPN Rolling World Premiere

Directed by KDT Artistic Company Member Tim Johnson

“Sometimes a piece just glues you to your chair, makes you laugh, rips your heart out, and when it's done you want to hold the people you love tightly and not let go. ” -Tony Caselli/ New Play Exchange

The Play: A noted photographer sets out to explore the topography of “scars.” Her journey lands her in the mysterious realm of an undiscovered folk artist hiding away in North Alabama. ALABASTER is about an artist who lost her entire family (and nearly died herself) in an Alabama tornado. Three years since the devastation, JUNE has isolated herself, along with her goats WEEZY and BIB, on what remains of her family farm. JUNE is covered, from head to toe... with scars. She suffers from agoraphobia and crippling PTSD. She gets up every day and she feeds the goats, weeds the garden, and picks up her paintbrush. ALICE, a world-renowned photographer, has come to take pictures of JUNE for a series on women with scars. But ALICE is carrying scars of her own and IS desperately trying to outrun her own pain. The sexual tension between JUNE and ALICE is immediate and ever-present. But what they need from each other transcends the physical. What does it mean to be truly "seen?" How do we pick up the pieces? How do we move forward?

Ticket Prices
Opening Night: $30
Adult: $20 (Thurs/Sun) & $30 (Fri/Sat)
Student, Senior, KERA Discounts: $15 (Thurs/Sun) & $25 (Fri/Sat)

Subject to availability - Box Office Opens 30 Minutes Prior to Curtain

February 13- March 8, 2020

RUNNING TIME:
105 Minutes

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PARKING
There is an ample well-lit parking lot.

or call the Box Office 214.953.1055

What to Know:

LOCATION:
The Trinity River Arts Center
2600 N. Stemmons Freeway, Suite 180 Dallas, TX 75207