Goodness

Author(s): Michael Redhill
Recounts a trip Redhill takes to Poland to find out more about his great-grandparents who died in the Holocaust. Thwarted by witnesses unwilling to talk, he returns home via London where he is introduced to Althea, a survivor of an unidentified late-20th-century genocide. He is told, in confidence, a terrible tale of murder and injustice. Goodness is a tense drama that explores genocide through an intricate knot of flashbacks.
Format: Autobiographical drama
Cast Size:6
Notes:

Winner of the Best of the Edinburgh Fringe prize.

Snapshot

Original or Prominent Production:
Edinburgh Fringe Festival, 2006; Produced by Canadian company Volcano at Performance Space 122, East Village, New York, 2007; Toronto Theatre Centre, September 2009.
Nationality of Author: Canadian
Original Language: English
Publisher:

Coach House Books

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