“Truth and Reconciliation” by Debbie Tucker Green
Accomplished young playwright Debbie Tucker Green has written and directed her latest new epic drama “Truth and Reconciliation”.
The play is being staged at the Royal Court, Theatre Local.
From Rwanda to Northern Ireland, Zimbabwe to Bosnia, answers are demanded, reconciliation hard to hear and the truth reluctant to be told.
“Truth and Reconciliation” will be performed in both the Jerwood Theatre Upstairs and at a real location in Peckham, London.
Green’s creative portfolio and accolades include the play “Random” performed at the Royal Court, Theatre Local and tour and “Stoning Mary”. Her other plays include “Generations” at the Young Vic, “Trade” for the RSC and “Dirty Butterfly” at Soho, London.
She won the 2004 Olivier Award for Most Promising Newcomer for “Born bad” at Hampstead Theatre. On film, she wrote and directed the short film, “Heat” and she has written and directed a film of “Random” for Channel 4.
The show runs from 1st to 24th September 2011 with tickets priced at £20. On Monday nights tickets are £10 for all shows. For further performance details, please log on to www.royalcourttheatre.com.
By Amanda Hall-Davis