ensemble theatre · producer · Ages 16+ · world premiere · 90 mins · United States of America

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Benevolence is a drama that guides the audience through three separate journeys taking place in different locations and periods of time. However, each of these three storylines is brought together by their characters’ aim to do good, to do the right thing – even though their actions may not be perceived this way from the outside.

The first story takes place in the late 80s where a young married couple goes through the post-honeymoon stage in their lives. Work and external pressures test their marriage and force the characters to fight for what they believe is the right thing to do.

The second story opens a window in the lives of a couple in their early 40s as they take a much-needed road trip through a small town near the coast of California. Set at a local diner in 2000, the audience gets to experience what a second marriage can look like when the couple has learned the mistakes of their first attempt at everlasting love. When faced with difficult decisions, we find out what exactly the characters define as “good intentions”.

The third and final story centers on a father and his passion and unique love for his only son. Having lived through a roller coaster of emotions, that range outside of what the average person would and should experience in a life time, the characters are inspired to live their lives by doing the right thing, by and for those intimately involved in their lives.

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