Blind Spots

ensemble theatre · dalton-pawle productions · Ages 16+ · 1hr · United States of America

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April 25, 2018

Colette Freedman’s dark comedy, BLIND SPOTS, comes to the Hollywood Fringe Festival

In Colette Freedman’s BLIND SPOTS, politics become personal when the homophobic, reactionary president of a small New England college tries to quiet her sister’s poison pen by blackmailing her, leading to a showdown in which dark family secrets are exposed. The play is produced and directed by Constance Dalton-Pawle and will be presented at the Stephanie Feury Studio Theatre, as part of the Hollywood Fringe Festival, June 1st -22nd, 2018.
An acclaimed gay journalist. Her homophobic sister. Both have blind spots. Could it lead to … murder? Colette Freedman’s dark comedy, Blind Spots, is particularly relevant in our present political climate in which listening to differing opinions has become a lost art.
Sibling rivalry and one-upmanship reach sinister heights when two sisters with diametrically opposed beliefs clash in Blind Spots. The play is set in 2014 before the Supreme Court decision on gay marriage is handed down. Gretchen, a gay journalist who is going blind, becomes incens



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