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In Your Image

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Overview

Produced by:
On The Square Productions
Dates:
February 10 - February 27, 2011
Run Time:
0 Hour, 0 Minute
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Showing in Theater

Show Info

By: Rob Benson
Directed by: Deborah Wolfson
With: Rob Benson, Roger Clark and John Michalski 

In a small town just outside Manchester, England, a man dies alone in his rubbish-strewn flat. His two sons, forced to pick over the remnants of his life, must confront the ghosts of their past before they can lay him to rest. 

In Your Image is a tautly drawn drama about the bond between two brothers broken by the father they never knew.

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Producing Company

On the Square Productions

On the Square Productions was formed by two alumni of the University of Wisconsin (Rachel McPhee and Jackie LaVanway) who pride themselves on their dynamic and fastidious abilities to create their own opportunities for creative and professional fulfillment.

On the Square Productions is dedicated to producing quality works with high production values, emphasizing ensemble and community. We strongly uphold the idea of actor impulse and primal emotion with support of both text and technique. Commitment to non-traditional casting and challenging traditional ideas of type will serve as our fundamental goals for venturing in to the New York theatre community.


Reviews

"Playwright Rob Benson (who also plays Warren) has created a tense, moving, character-driven story that taps into larger truths about family and fatherhood." - Sophie Gandle, BeaconPass

"Benson has crafted an interesting work with people that are fallible, vulnerable, and quite real. None of these characters are ones you’d particularly want to spend time with, but they’re fascinating to watch." - Epoch Times

"Benson has written a taut and emotionally powerful script." - NYTheatre